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The Department of Mathematics anticipates hiring additional full- or part-time lecturers for the Fall 2013 semester for the Stillwater and Tulsa campuses, contingent on funding and size of enrollment. Lecturers teach classes such as college algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and courses for prospective K-8 teachers. The minimum qualifications are a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, secondary education with mathematics emphasis/specialization, or a closely related area, as well as prior teaching experience at the secondary or college level. A master’s or doctoral degree in mathematics or mathematics education is preferred. Lecturers teach from one to four classes. Compensation for the semester is $3200-$3700 per course and depends on qualifications.
To apply, please send a cover letter and vita to the Associate Heads, Department of Mathematics, 401 MSCS, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, or inquire via e-mail.
The OSU Department of Mathematics anticipates hiring undergraduate assistants for a supplemental instruction (SI) program in Calculus I in Fall 2013. The goal is to give students extra practice on important mathematical concepts that arise in Math 2144. Duties of the assistants include preparing for and leading two 50-minute supplemental instruction sessions per week, attending all class periods of one section of Math 2144, meeting regularly with instructional staff, attending training prior to the fall semester, and completing any other related duties as assigned by the instructors of Math 2144. The workload will be around 10 hours per week, and we will pay $12 per hour. There may be some SI assistant openings for other calculus courses as well. All positions are contingent on the availability of funding. Please see the attached documents if you are interested in applying.
The Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University invites applications for three tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level, beginning fall 2013. The Department seeks accomplished individuals who can enhance the research and educational mission of the department. Applicants should have outstanding research potential and have made major contributions beyond their doctoral research. Candidates should be committed to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education; the usual teaching load is 6 hours per week.
We are recruiting for two Clinical Faculty positions as part of the Department's Success in Undergraduate MathematicS (SUMS) initiative. These positions will begin in fall 2013. Clinical Faculty are an integral part of our efforts in teaching and coordinating entry-level mathematics courses.
The Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University invites applications for the position of Director of the Mathematics Learning Success Center (MLSC). This is a non-tenure-track faculty position offering an initial three-year appointment with annual review. Primary duties are to oversee the MLSC, an 8000 square foot tutoring and computer assisted learning center which offers drop-in and scheduled learning resources for mathematics courses ranging from college algebra up through differential equations and linear algebra. The MLSC Director will hire undergraduate coordinators and undergraduate tutors and will develop training programs for new tutors, in coordination with the faculty. The Director will also develop innovative programs to support instruction and enhance student learning and success in mathematics.
The Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University invites applications for four Clinical Instructor positions. These are non-tenure-track faculty positions offering an initial three-year appointment with annual review.
The Department of Mathematics of Oklahoma State University invites applications for two tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level beginning fall 2012. The Department seeks accomplished individuals who can enhance the research and educational mission of the department. Applicants should have outstanding research potential and have made major contributions beyond their doctoral research. Candidates should be committed to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education.
The Department of Mathematics of Oklahoma State University invites applications for two temporary postdoctoral positions beginning Fall 2012. Applicants should have completed their Ph. D. within the last five years. These are one-year appointments, which if funding is available, may be renewed for a second year. The duties include research and teaching, with a typical teaching load of 6 hours per semester. Mathematicians with research interests close to those of the permanent faculty may receive preference.
One letter of recommendation should appraise the candidate's teaching abilities. Full consideration will be given to applications received by November 15, 2011. However, we will continue to accept and consider applications until the positions are filled.
The Department of Mathematics invites applications from tenured faculty members at the level of full Professor for the position of Department Head. Candidates should have an established record of success in teaching, mathematical scholarship, and professional service, and should possess outstanding interpersonal and communication skills. Experience with the procedures used by the Department of Mathematics and the College of Arts and Sciences for hiring, promotion, and tenure actions is desirable.