One-Year Visiting Assistant Professor Position
Furman University invites applications for a one-year visiting position in mathematics at the assistant professor level, for the 2012-2013 academic year, to begin in August 2012.
Teaching responsibilities will include calculus, finite mathematics, and one sophomore-level course. The possibility also exists for the candidate to teach a first-year seminar in a topic of your choosing. The candidate will teach 3 courses in the fall semester and 2 in the spring semester. Furman is committed to keeping class sizes small -- the average class size across the university is 18-20.
Candidates must have the Ph.D. (by June 2012 at the latest) and show strong evidence of excellence in teaching. Preference will be given to candidates who also show a commitment to a research program in the context of an undergraduate institution. Furman is a selective, independent, liberal arts university of 2,700 students. The department offers majors in mathematics, mathematics-economics, and computer science-mathematics. Only undergraduate degrees are offered. There are usually approximately 40-45 majors and scholarship recipients at any given time.
Position announcement and materials required for an application are indicated on this site. Applications made through mathjobs.org
are the only ones that will be considered. Please address your interest in a one-year position in your cover letter. The deadline for applications is February 29th for full consideration. Questions can be addressed to Mark Woodard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Furman University is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty.