Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in mathematics at the assistant professor rank, to begin Fall 2019, pending budget approval.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in mathematics, applied mathematics, or statistics by 15 August 2019. Teaching experience, a strong commitment to education in a liberal arts environment, and an interest in pursuing collaborative research with undergraduate students will be considered desirable characteristics.
Preference will be given to those with research expertise that complements current departmental expertise, and to those with the interest and ability to teach a wide breadth of courses.
Duties include teaching at all levels of undergraduate mathematics; advising students; service on college committees; and maintaining an appropriate level of professional activity.
Each year the department graduates approximately 15 majors and 15 20 minors. As a significant number of math majors are dual majors, applicants with an interest and ability to mentor students in interdisciplinary undergraduate research projects will be viewed favorably.
While the department serves an important role in support of other disciplines, especially in the natural sciences, computer science, economics and finance, it also maintains an active program of preparing students for graduate study in mathematics, careers in teaching, and non-
academic careers such as those in the actuarial sciences. Applicants with both the commitment and demonstrated ability to attract and retain students from underrepresented groups are encouraged.
POSITION : One full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Mathematics at the rank of assistant professor
STARTING DATE : 1 July 2019
RESPONSIBILITIES : 1. Teach at all levels of the undergraduate mathematics curriculum including quantitative reasoning courses for non-
majors. 2. Assist students as an advisor in academic and career planning.
3. Maintain an active research program.
4. Perform the normal duties of a faculty member, including committee work and involvement in college-wide activities.
QUALIFICATIONS : 1. Ph.D. in mathematics, applied mathematics or statistics by 15 August 2019.
2. College teaching experience, preferably beyond the level of teaching assistant.
3. Research in an area that complements current departmental expertises.
4. Interest in and plans for pursuing collaborative research with undergraduate students
5. Breadth of educational background.
6. Strong commitment to student-centered education that emphasizes critical and creative thinking. 7. Ability to relate well to colleagues, students, and staff in a small-college environment.
a discussion of plans for undergraduate research projects; graduate and undergraduate transcripts; and three letters of recommendation.
For questions, please contact Professor Chuck Dunn, cdunn linfield.edu. Screening begins 1 December 2019. AA / EOE.
The mathematics department at Linfield College includes seven full-time, tenure / tenure-track faculty. While the department serves an important role in support of other disciplines, especially in the natural sciences, computer science, economics and finance, it also maintains an active program of preparing students for graduate study in mathematics, careers in teaching, and other non-
academic careers. The department graduates approximately 15 majors and 15 20 minors each year.
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