The Department of Mathematical Sciences is searching for several tenure-track faculty.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Actuarial Science.
We invite applications for a tenure-track, nine-month faculty position in actuarial science beginning August 2024. A full description of the job responsibilities, desired qualifications, and application procedure: More Information.
Direct link to the online application (screening will begin on December 1, 2023):
Two or more Assistant or Associate Professors of Mathematics and/or Mathematics Education.
We invite applications for tenure-track, nine-month faculty positions in the mathematical sciences beginning August 2024. A full description of the job responsibilities, desired qualifications, and application procedure: More Information.
Direct link to the online application (screening will begin on January 4, 2024):
The Department of Mathematical Sciences consists of 29 tenured or tenure-track faculty, as well as more than 30 full- and part-time non-tenure-track faculty. In addition to the Actuarial Science program, the Department offers an undergraduate degree in mathematics with concentrations in business, computation, life sciences, physical sciences, secondary education, and statistics; an undergraduate certificate program in sports analytics; and a master’s degree in mathematics. Over the last ten years, the department has graduated 55 undergraduate and 10 graduate majors each year on average.
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Additional information about the Department of Mathematical Sciences, the University, and the surrounding area can be found by following the links on our website!
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