Mount Saint Mary College is a private liberal arts college located in New York’s scenic and historic Hudson Valley, 60 miles north of New York City. With 2,700 students attending both day and evening programs, and a student-faculty ratio of 15-1, the atmosphere at the Mount is close and personal. The college offers over 50 undergraduate programs, including business, communication arts, education, health professions and social sciences, and graduate degree programs in business, nursing and education.
The Division of Math and Information Technology at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, New York is currently accepting applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor in Mathematics beginning August 2014. A Ph. D. in mathematics at the time of appointment is required.
The search committee seeks candidates who will complement the existing members of the mathematics department and are capable of teaching a variety of courses including upper-level and lower-level mathematics courses. MSMC places a priority on excellent teaching, dedication to scholarship and student engagement, and service to the college and community. In addition to teaching 12 credit hours of course work each semester, faculty members are expected to maintain active participation in research, college governance, and academic advisement. The committee is looking for candidates who can demonstrate innovative teaching, the use of technology within the curriculum, and a strong interest in undergraduate research.
Visit our website at http://www.msmc.edu/employment to submit an online application. Please include your curriculum vita.
A statement of teaching philosophy, a statement of scholarly interests, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation should also be sent to:
Mike Daven, Search Committee Chair
Division of Math & IT
Mount Saint Mary College
330 Powell Avenue
Newburgh, NY 12550
At least one letter should address the candidate’s teaching ability, and at least one letter should address the candidate’s commitment to research and scholarly activity. For full consideration, materials should be received by November 11, 2013.