*Open until filled - Lecturer
1. Postdoctoral Appointments
3. Graduate Teaching Assistantships
4. Letter of Appointment (LOA) Positions
5. Math Grader
6. Math Tutor
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Nevada, Reno invites applications for postdoctoral positions to start in Fall 2013, subject to availability of funds. While candidates from all areas of mathematics and statistics are welcome to apply, at least one appointment will be in the area of statistics. Preference will be given to other areas which are already represented in the department. Candidates will be expected to contribute to the research and teaching mission of the University. These are 12 month contracts annually renewable for a maximum of three years. Appointments typically carry a 2-2 teaching load. Individuals are also expected to come to the department with a research plan, ideally one that meets with existing strengths within the department, and to pursue publications linked to this research plan. Salary is competitive for postdoctoral positions at similarly Carnegie-ranked institutions, as well as other Tier I universities ranked on the U.S. News list of colleges and universities. These positions are open to candidates who have completed a doctoral degree. All positions require a PhD in mathematics, statistics or equivalent by August 15, 2013.
Screening of applicants will begin 05/15/2013 and continue until positions are filled. EEO/AA Women and under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.
Applicants should submit a cover letter outlining their areas of research interest and teaching experience, curriculum vitae and three letters of reference. At least one of these letters should specifically address teaching.
Interested applicants should submit their materials through www.unrsearch.com or through a combination of www.mathjobs.org and www.unrsearch.com. If you submit the materials through www.mathjobs.org, it is important that you also go to www.unrsearch.com to complete your contact information and the optional Affirmative Action data form.
More information on this position can be viewed at:
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO—Reno, NV
The University of Nevada, Reno invites application for position of Chair, Department of Mathematics and Statistics. We seek a dynamic individual with demonstrated leadership abilities who will build on departmental strengths, recruit outstanding faculty, promote scholarly initiatives – especially in terms of externally supported grant efforts – and be an advocate to both internal University and external constituencies. The Chair must be familiar with and supportive of “core math instruction” across a typical University campus. The ideal candidate will be active in the mathematical sciences profession, knowledgeable about diverse career paths, and able to prepare highly-qualified students for graduate and professional schools. Applicants must have a PhD and scholarly record meriting appointment as a full professor. The area of specialization within the discipline is open.
The department currently has 29 full-time positions, with 20 either tenured or tenure track. Academic programs leading to the award of the B.S./B.A and M.S./M.A. in Mathematics and Statistics are well subscribed with over 100 majors and approximately 40 graduate students. After several years where the University faced cuts to programs, the department and University are poised for growth. A PhD program proposal has been developed and the new Chair would guide that proposal to completion. We expect future faculty and post-doctoral hires. All tenured and tenure track faculty maintain active research programs across a range of disciplinary sub-areas with current multi-faculty strengths in C* Algebras, Topology, PDEs and Geo-Statistics. More information about the department and its faculty can be found at http://www.unr.edu/math.
The University of Nevada, Reno is a major teaching and research oriented land-grant University. The campus extends across 290 acres conveniently situated in Reno and just 30 miles from Lake Tahoe. Fishing, sailing, swimming, hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing, golfing, camping and horseback riding are all exceptional and less than half an hour away in the Sierra Nevada Mountains or surrounding desert recreational areas. Inc. Magazine rated Reno as the “#1 Place to Do Business.” The state of Nevada has no income tax, comparatively low property tax and competitive faculty tuition benefits for university employees and their dependents.
Interested applicants should submit their materials through
or through a combination of
Please submit a cover letter with particular emphasis on your administrative and research experiences, curriculum vitae, and a list of five academic references. If you submit the materials through www.mathjobs.org, it is important that you also go to www.unrsearch.com to submit a CV and to complete your contact information and the optional Affirmative Action data form.
Duties include teaching undergraduate courses, coordination of multi-section courses, participation in program assessment and mentoring of graduate student instructors. In addition, the College of Extended Studies will be hiring for teaching positions from this recruitment. These positions would be for teaching remedial math. Teaching load would be four 3-credit classes as well as coordination of remedial math courses.
Required Qualifications: Masters Degree in a mathematical science; record of excellence in teaching lower division courses, evidence of which may include extent and variety of classroom teaching experience, student evaluation of instruction and letters of reference; and excellent communication skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience teaching large lectures of pre-calculus and calculus classes and experience as a multi-section course coordinator.
Interested applicants should submit their application and materials through https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/10651
Submissions should include: Cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching statement, unofficial transcripts, evidence of excellence in teaching, names with contact information of three references. AA/EOE.
The Department of Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Nevada, Reno offers a Master of Science degree with an emphasis in Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or Statistics. Teaching Assistantships pay $14,000 per academic year with tuition and fee waiver. In addition, graduate students are eligible for scholarship awards up to $4,000 on a competitive basis. Opportunities for additional earnings my be available for summer research and instruction.
To guarantee full consideration, the deadline for applications for the spring semester is Nov. 1, and the deadline for the fall semester is March 1.
Direct inquiries to:
Department of Mathematics & Statistics (0084)
University of Nevada
Reno, NV 89557-0084.
Or e-mail the Math and Stat Graduate Director.
The Department of Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Nevada, Reno often needs part-time temporary Letter of Appointment teaching positions. Minimum qualifications are normally a masters degree in a mathematical science or related field, demonstrated excellence in teaching mathematics, and expertise in the subject matter of the courses to be taught. We are particularly interested in those on leave from other institutions who have strong research records compatible with the interests of continuing faculty in the department. Salaries begin at $815 per semester credit hour, but may be considerably higher depending on experience and qualifications. Applications will be kept in a pool for one year, after which they will expire. Positions may be filled at any time as needed from this pool. Send a letter of application, a resume, and the names and phone numbers of two references who can attest to your teaching ability to: LOA Pool, Mathematics Department /084, University of Nevada, Reno, NV 89557. AA/EOE.
Download the application (PDF), please submit it to the staff in office DMS 314.
Tutors and Supplemental Instruction facilitators are needed for
mathematics and statistics courses. For more information, go to this link.