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The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of Manhattanville College invites applicants for the position of full time, tenure track Assistant Professor, to begin Fall 2013 depending on budgetary approval. The selected candidate will teach 21 credits (6 courses) per academic year, teaching both upper-level and introductory courses. All mathematics courses are currently capped at 25 students each. We run a weekly math club, and our Putnam team has ranked in the top 70 over the past 3 years. Please see our department page for an overview of our current course offerings and major requirements. (http://www.mville.edu/undergraduate/academics/majors/mathematics-and-computer-science.html)
Candidates must have an earned Ph.D. in Mathematics by August 2013. Additionally, the successful candidate will be expected to be comfortable with the appropriate use of technology in modern pedagogy. The ability to teach courses in computer science or physics is also desirable. Manhattanville is in the process of revising its general education curriculum, and the selected candidate will be expected to participate in this process alongside the rest of the department. Applicants must submit (1) cover letter, (2) CV, (3) teaching statement, (4) research statement, (5) three letters of recommendation, at least two of which address teaching, all via mathjobs.org. We will be interviewing candidates at the Joint Meetings in January, so please indicate whether you will be in attendance. We will begin reviewing applications on November 30, but we will accept applications until the position is filled.
Candidates must apply via mathjobs.org