ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (TT) AT MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE, CUNY
The Mathematics Department at Medgar Evers College, CUNY invites applications for a tenure track position in Mathematics (Statistics) at the rank of Assistant Professor. We seek a dynamic candidate with a strong background in both mathematics and statistics interested in contributing to the development of a nationally relevant program in mathematics focused on diversity and equity.A primary responsibility for this position will include contributing to the development of a new undergraduate program in statistics along with innovative courses that can be offered across the academic units at the college. The responsibilities of the position will also include maintaining an active research agenda, teaching courses in mathematics and statistics, advising undergraduate students, directing undergraduate research projects, and other duties as assigned by the Department.
Named for the famed civil rights activist Medgar Wiley Evers, Medgar Evers College is a senior college of the City University of New York. The College is located in the vibrant Crown Heights section of Central Brooklyn.The College and the Mathematics Department are committed to building and sustaining a culturally diverse faculty, staff, and student body. MEC is an institution in which excellence in teaching and research is highly valued.
Candidates should have an earned doctorate in Mathematics, Statistics, or a related field and a strong commitment to inclusive excellence and demonstrated experience working with diverse populations. The candidate should have a promising record of scholarship, teaching and community engagement.
The preferred candidate will have, in addition, an established or emerging interest in college access and preparation in mathematics, innovative instructional technologies, development and support of community partnerships, faculty professional development, and matters related to the retention and persistence in mathematics for students of color and students living in poverty. I.e., the successful candidate should have a strong interest in connecting mathematics education across P-20 settings and in working with community stakeholders.
CLOSING DATE: August 27, 2017