Currently there is one open position:
Tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level beginning August, 2013. A Ph.D. in mathematics is expected; expertise in computational and/or applied mathematics is preferred. The department has 21 full-time faculty members in mathematics, computer science, and statistics. We offer a multidisciplinary Master's program in computational mathematics as well as undergraduate majors in mathematics and computer science. We also strive to accommodate each faculty member's teaching preferences, including the creation of new courses. Tenure-track faculty members are expected to perform well both in the classroom and as researchers. The maximum expected teaching load is three courses per semester, with pre-tenure sabbatical and other potential reductions available to support research.
Applications should be made at mathjobs.org. Full consideration will be given to applications received by December 5, 2012 that include a cover letter addressing how the applicant's career goals align with the integration of teaching and research at Duquesne.
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