Assistant / Associate Professor
Faculty » College of Arts & Science
Posted Friday, May 24, 2019

JOB TITLE:  Assistant / Associate Professor
HIRING SUPERVISOR: Department Chair  
DIVISION:  Arts and Sciences
DEPARTMENT: Math/Computer Sciences
TYPE:  Full-Time

JOB DUTIES:  The Mathematics & Computer Science Department invites applications for a full time tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Mathematical Sciences to start in the Fall 2019 semester. The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics, and have a passion for working with undergraduates on research and mathematical projects and competitions. He/ she will be a gifted teacher and active scholar/ researcher.  The ideal candidate will teach mathematics courses at all levels, oversee student projects and modeling competitions, develop courses and curricula, help recruit and retain an increased number of majors, and remain active and up-to-date in your research field.  Scholarship can focus on pedagogical, applied, or theoretical research, publication and participation in peer reviewed professional conferences. Teaching responsibilities can range from Calculus 1 up to graduate level courses. Our primary mission is developing exceptional undergraduates through faculty engagement in collaborative student research, faculty use of active teaching techniques in the classroom, and faculty oversight of interdisciplinary student project teams. Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Doctoral degree (Ph. D.) in Mathematics or closely related field.

Lawrence Technological University (LTU) conducts pre-employment screening on initial candidates for all positions, which may include but is not limited to, a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, license, certifications, and/or verification of work history.

Lawrence Technological University is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Applicants should submit a resume, three references with contact information, and statements of teaching philosophy to Contact Professor Patrick Nelson, Chair at if you have any questions.