NOTE: Most positions in the mathematical sciences, including many of the ones listed here, are advertised in Employment Information in the Mathematical Sciences (http://www.ams.org/eims).
Alpena Community College has a full time entry-level (continuing contract track) faculty position starting in Fall 1999. Bachelors and masters degrees in mathematics are required, and teaching experience and computer competence are preferred. Deadline for applications is February 1. Apply to Sandra L. Libka, Director of Human Resources, Alpena Community College, 666 Johnson Street, Alpena, MI 49707.
Central Michigan University needs an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education and someone at that level or higher in Statistics (http://www.cst.cmich.edu/units/mth/fsearch.htm).
Grand Valley State University has several new positions for next academic year. Qualifications, deadlines and further information about a position in mathematics can be obtained from the department Web site (http://www.gvsu.edu/mathstat/). Information about the openings in statistics can be obtained by writing to the Statistics Search Committee or by sending an e-mail to the Chair of the Department (email@example.com).
Kettering University anticipates an opening in Applied Mathematics at the Assistant Professor level.
Michigan Technological University has an opening for a tenure track Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics or Discrete Mathematics. Candidates should have a PhD, strong research potential, and a commitment to excellence in teaching. There is also an opening for an Assistant Professor in Industrial Mathematics. Candidates should have a PhD in an area of Applied Mathematics with contacts and/or experience in industry. The successful candidate will be expected to strengthen and continue to develop the department's ties with industry. Applicants should have strong research potential and a commitment to excellence in teaching. For both positions, appointments begin on August 30, and review of applications begins on January 18. Contact the department for more details.
Oakland University has two math-related openings. First, they need an Assistant Professor in mathematics and mathematics education (http://www.math.oakland.edu/mathed.html). Second, they need a chairperson for the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (http://www.secs.oakland.edu/cse-search).
Siena Heights University expects to fill an assistant professor position beginning August, 1999. The successful candidate must be willing to teach real analysis, be a leader in innovative teaching, and monitor student research. Contact the department for more details.
University of Michigan-Dearborn has a tenure-track position in mathematics education to be filled for Fall 1999. The position will be posted on the department's Web page (http://www.umd.umich.edu/casl/math).
University of Michigan-Flint is interested in expanding into applied mathematics and invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level starting Fall 1999. For details, see their Web announcement (http://www.flint.umich.edu/Departments/math/OpenPosition.html) .
Wayne State University has two openings for next year. Contact the department for more details.
Western Michigan University seeks applicants for two tenure track positions in algebra at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall 1999. Preference will be given to candidates whose research interests are in finite group representations, group rings, group algebras, or algebraic number theory. The department also expects that several renewable two-thirds time instructor positions will be available beginning Fall 1999 for students pursuing a doctoral program in mathematics education or in collegiate mathematics. Their Web site (http://www.wmich.edu/math-stat/positions/) has more details.
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