The Department of Mathematics has occasional openings for members of our adjunct faculty. The courses most often available for adjunct assignments are in the areas of finite mathematics, calculus (including integrated calculus) and discrete mathematics. Candidates with a masters degree in mathematics and successful experience teaching courses in those areas should send a letter of interest that highlights qualifications and a resume (no recommendations at this time) electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 17-person Department of Mathematics serves undergraduate majors and non-majors with a variety of courses in mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics and actuarial science. The Center for Applied Mathematics is located within the department and supports faculty and student research on a variety of applied projects.
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