The Department of Mathematics and Physics at Colorado State University-Pueblo is seeking a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Mathematics to begin August 2017. We invite applications from all qualified candidates who will provide high quality teaching across a range of undergraduate mathematics courses, mentoring of students in undergraduate research projects, sustain a productive program of scholarly activity appropriate to an undergraduate teaching department, and appropriate service contributions.
The Department of Mathematics and Physics is part of the College of Science and Mathematics which offers four undergraduate programs and a Master's of Science program. There are 18 full time faculty members in the department, with 9 holding Ph.D.'s, and the rest at master's level. The college's offerings reflect the mission of the University by integrating small class size, independent work with faculty and applied activities.
* Ph.D. in Mathematics, or in Mathematics Education with a strong mathematics background
* Ability and commitment to contribute strongly to departmental projects, current curricular needs and mentoring of undergraduate students in a) K - 12 teacher preparation or b) the undergraduate mathematics major in general.
* Demonstrated commitment and ability to motivate, educate, and mentor students from a range of cultural and educational backgrounds similar to that of Colorado State University - Pueblo, in mathematics majors' courses and in service courses.
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All responsibilities of faculty members at CSU-Pueblo are in accordance with the Faculty Handbook. The Faculty Handbook is the authoritative guide on specific requirements with regard to teaching assignments, scholarly activity, research, and service.
An Assistant Professor of Mathematics will teach baccalaureate-level courses, and possibly statistics courses, mathematics courses for prospective K-12 teachers, or possibly master's level courses in mathematics. Teaching responsibilities include preparing and presenting course materials; administering appropriate tests; evaluating student outcomes; preparing, administering and grading assignments; and assigning final grades, as well as contributions to departmental curricular revision and development. Scholarship responsibilities include a range of activities such as research and publication, professional consulting, interdisciplinary research collaborations, and reviewed grants, as part of a coherent and productive program of scholarly activity in mathematics, statistics or mathematics education. Service contributions and assignments appropriate to the assistant professor level are expected, which contribute to the self-governance and improvement of the Department, the College, the University, and professional societies within the discipline, and to student recruitment and growth.