This is a term Faculty Position. We are hiring multiple positions that may be either part or full-time to fulfill our course needs.
This is not a tenure-track appointment. It is a limited appointment for one year, with possible extension as needed by department.
Duties: Teaching and Advising: • For full time, teach the equivalent of three courses per semester (9-15 credits). • Demonstrate a high command of relevant subject matter • Have well- organized course plans • Deliver high-quality teaching to students • Work with colleagues to deliver consistent course experiences-including topics covered and depth of coverage • Maintain a consistent and positive teaching evaluation record • Advise students regarding coursework and broader academic or career goals, both inside and outside the classroom. • Possible course assignments include: * Math 103-Basic Math * Math 1005-College Algebra * Math 1250-Precalculus Math1296-Calculus I Math 1297-Calculus II # Math 3230-Differential Equations with Linear Algebra # Math 3298-Calculus III * Courses taught in hybrid lecture-lab format in the Securian Math Learning Lab using a combination of lecture and computer-based instruction # Courses taught with Mathematica lab component
Service: Participate in meetings, committees, and other service or outreach activities.
Required Qualifications: • Master’s degree from a regionally accredited university in mathematics or statistics or relevant field • One year of relevant teaching experience at the college level (graduate TA experience acceptable) • Effective written and oral communication skills
Preferred Qualifications: • Two or more years of relevant college-level teaching experience or professional experience in a relevant field • Experience in a variety of teaching methods- lecture, active learning, discussion, lab • Expertise using technology for teaching • Evidence of the ability to work effectively with diverse groups
Internal Number: 330117
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