Teaching faculty position
The Department of Mathematics at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking Teaching Professors at the rank of Lecturer, Assistant Teaching Professor, Associate Teaching Professor, or Full Teaching Professor depending on qualifications. A master's degree is required, a Ph.D. is preferred. Rank will be based upon degree and experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Interest and documented expertise in teaching precalculus and calculus are essential.
Candidates must be ready to contribute to the development of new or existing courses, and to service roles in the Department. Applicants must complete the Penn State application and must submit an application through Mathjobs.org with the following materials in order for the application to be complete:
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- At least three reference letters (two of which should address in detail the candidate’s abilities as a teacher)
- Teaching Statement
This is a term appointment funded position for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.
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