Visiting Instructor or Assistant Professor Position
The Department of Mathematics at the College of William and Mary seeks applications for a non-tenure eligible position at the Visiting Instructor or Visiting Assistant Professor level in Mathematics for the Spring 2014 semester. The teaching load is 3 courses for the Spring 2014 semester. We are interested in individuals with teaching experience in both introductory and advanced topics in mathematics. A minimum of a Masters, or ABD, in Mathematics or a related field by the time of appointment. The preferred applicant will hold a Ph.D. in Mathematics or a related field at the time of appointment (January 2014).
Applicants should submit application letter, CV, research statement and teaching statement to https://jobs.wm.edu (position number: F0819W). The site will also ask for the names and email addresses of 3 or more references (at least one concerning teaching). After submission, your referees will be contacted by us via email with instructions on submitting a letter of reference. Review of applications begins November 15, 2013 and will continue until an appointment is made. The College of William & Mary values diversity and invites applications from underrepresented groups who will enrich the research, teaching and service missions of the university. The College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The College of William & Mary conducts background checks on applicants for employment.
Tenure Track Position
The Department of Mathematics at the College of William and Mary seeks applications for a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level in Mathematics. We are interested in individuals with research and teaching expertise in Biomathematics or Biostatistics. Exceptional applicants at the associate and full professor levels and from other areas of Applied Mathematics will also be considered. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Mathematics or a related field at the time of appointment (August 10, 2014). Candidates should demonstrate excellence in research and teaching. The regular teaching expectation is 2 courses per semester with most classes capped at 35 students. Postdoctoral research experience is desirable, and previous experience in teaching and mentoring successful undergraduate and/or graduate research is preferred.
Applicants should submit application letter, CV, and research statement to https://jobs.wm.edu. The site will also ask for the names and email addresses of 3 or more references (at least one concerning teaching). After submission, your referees will be contacted by us via email with instructions on submitting a letter of reference. Review of applications begins October 15, 2013 and will continue until an appointment is made. The College is an AA/EO employer. Members of under-represented groups (including people of color, people with disabilities, veterans, and women) are encouraged to apply. The College of William & Mary conducts background checks on applicants for employment.
Applied Mathematics Faculty
Sarah Day, computational dynamics and topology, mathematical biology
Tanujit Dey, statistics
Ross Iaci, statistics
Rex Kincaid, operations research: optimization
Lawrence Leemis, operations research: stochastics
Chi-Kwong Li, matrix theory
Junping Shi, partial differential equations, mathematical biology
Anke van Zuylen, operations research: optimization
The Biomathematics Initiative at William and Mary is an interdisciplinary group of researchers working on topics in mathematical biology. More information may be found here: http://wmpeople.wm.edu/site/page/biomath
The Mathematics Department dates back to the original Charter of the College. Mathematics was represented by one of the six Masters or Professors, and when the full faculty was assembled in 1729, the original masterships were in Divinity, Philosophy, Oriental Languages, Mathematics, the Grammar School and the Indian School. The first professor on record was Hugh Jones, who was on the faculty from 1716-1729. He is the namesake of the present site of the department: the first floor of Hugh Jones Hall. More information about the Mathematics Department can be found at http://www.wm.edu/as/mathematics/
The College of William & Mary is the second oldest college in America, Chartered on February 8, 1693, by King William III and Queen Mary II of England. The College is one of only eight "Public Ivys" in the nation. The college is highly selective, offering a world-class education at an affordable price. U.S. News and World Report ranked the College as the sixth best public college in the country in 2011. There are 5,800 undergraduates and 1,925 graduate students attending the College. In the most recent freshman class, 79 percent graduated in the top ten percent of their high school graduating class. The 1,200-acre campus, which includes scenic Lake Matoaka and College Woods, is located in historic downtown Williamsburg, Virginia, adjacent to Colonial Williamsburg. More about the College can be found at http://www.wm.edu/about/index.php
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