University Mathematics Faculty

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POSITION SUMMARY: Provide student instruction from a Biblical-based worldview for undergraduate courses offered by the Math Department, passionately engage students to develop analytical and critical thinking skills, advise students on academic matters, perform service duties as needed within the department, and continue professional development as dictated by personal interests and the needs of the department.


  • Teach assigned courses (including class preparation, grading, and other related teaching activities)
  • Maintain and publish course syllabi and related content for each class
  • Regularly revise course content based on current research, trends, and/or student performance
  • Maintain regular, posted office hours to be available to students
  • Develop personal relationships in and out of the classroom with a goal of contributing to the professional, personal, and spiritual growth of the student; may also serve as student advisor
  • Participate in divisional/departmental meetings and activities (including curriculum development, serving on committees, etc.)
  • Support activities related to the academic school, division, and/or department
  • Maintain a thorough and current faculty portfolio
  • Engage in professional development activities
  • Participate in University service activities
  • Attend required meetings (including chapel, faculty/staff meetings, and convocations)


  • Possess knowledge of teaching field
  • Graduate degree in Mathematics (emphasis or experience in statistics preferred), will also consider other areas of expertise
  • Master's degree required, PhD preferred
  • Minimum of 18 graduate hours in Mathematics
  • Teaching experience preferred
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills (both oral and written) in the classroom and interpersonally with students
  • Demonstrate organizational abilities in teaching and classroom management
  • Possess the desire and ability to develop student competency in understanding how to use mathematical techniques (work problems), why they work (understand theory), and how to use the methods taught to solve relevant problems (apply the theory within a context)
  • Exemplify a biblical role model for students and colleagues

Required Education: Masters
Required Experience: One to two years related experience preferred
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