The Department of Mathematics is not currently filling this position due to a university hiring freeze. However, we are still accepting applications through Mathjobs and will begin review once given permission to fill the position.
The Department of Mathematics at Texas State University has one opening for a lecturer position to begin Spring 2020.
The initial appointment will be for the Spring 2020 semester with the possibility of renewal subject to performance review and funding availability. The successful applicant is expected to teach four courses each semester. At least a Master’s degree in Mathematics or Mathematics Education or a closely related field is required; however, a Ph.D. in Mathematics or Mathematics Education is preferred. Candidates whose degree is in a closely related field must meet SACS accreditation standards to teach in a mathematics department.
A complete application consists of: a letter of interest, a current curriculum vitae, a statement of your teaching philosophy, transcripts from all degree-granting institutions, and at least three (3) letters of recommendation addressing teaching ability. Submit applications through mathjobs.org. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for the screening process, however official transcripts must be on file before an offer is extended.
Candidates who submit complete applications by Friday, November 8th, 2019 will receive full consideration. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
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