University of Dayton, Department of Mathematics

Position ID: UODayton-ASSTPROF [#14647, PDE2019]
Position Title: Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Position Type: Tenured/Tenure-track faculty
Position Location: Dayton, Ohio 45469, United States [map]
Subject Area: Partial Differential Equations
Starting Date: 2020/08/16
Application Deadline: 2019/11/26help popup (posted 2019/09/30)
Position Description:    

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The Department of Mathematics at the University of Dayton seeks applicants with expertise and skills in partial differential equations for a tenure track position at the assistant professor level starting August 16, 2020.  The successful candidate will maintain an active research agenda and seek opportunities to collaborate with researchers within the department, the university and the wider community.  They will also be expected to teach three courses per semester, participate in the life and development of the Department of Mathematics, and work with students from diverse backgrounds both in the classroom and on research and capstone projects as opportunities arise.  Applicants must have active and ongoing research in an area of partial differential equations (MSC 35).  Applicants must also possess effective written communication skills and have the potential to become an effective teacher of mathematics.  Applicants must complete all requirements for a PhD in Mathematics by July 1, 2020.   

Application Process
For a complete list of preferred qualifications and to apply, see
A complete application consists of a cover letter, CV, a statement of research agenda (maximum 3 pages), a statement of teaching philosophy (maximum 2 pages), a listing of all courses the applicant has taught, an unofficial graduate school transcript confirming the graduate degree, where appropriate, and three letters of recommendation.  Teaching abilities must be addressed in at least one letter and research abilities must be addressed in at least one letter.  If available, applicants are encouraged to submit summaries of recent teaching evaluations.  Applicants whose PhD has not been conferred at the time of application must submit a statement from
their degree-granting department indicating the anticipated timeline for completion of the degree. Applications are due by November 26, 2019 (the application website closes at 11:55 PM EST). All letters of reference are due 14 days after the candidate has started the application process. 

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The University of Dayton is a top tier, Catholic research university with offerings from the undergraduate to the doctoral levels.  Founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, the University is a diverse community committed to advancing the common good through intellectual curiosity, academic rigor, community engagement and local, national and global partnerships. Guided by the Marianist educational philosophy, we educate the whole person and link learning and scholarship with leadership and service. 

Informed by its Catholic and Marianist mission, the University is committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Informed by this commitment, we seek to increase diversity, achieve equitable outcomes, and model inclusion across our campus community. As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, we will not discriminate against minorities, women, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, or on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.

The University is also pleased to provide support for spouses of prospective and newly hired faculty through its dual career program. While we cannot guarantee placement, we serve as an effective resource and support system for your spouse. Information can be found at   

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