Assistant Lecturer

Job description

Lecturers at the University of Toledo have the primary role of teaching lower division courses in Mathematics and Statistics to students from every department and major. In addition, they provide valuable services that revolve around that teaching mission, including course development and coordination and provision of tutoring assistance and training in teaching. Lecturers also serve on the committees that plan and assess these courses. Some Lecturers teach at higher levels as needs arise and qualifications permit.
In Statistics, we also anticipate the lecturer at this level will also be able to participate in the undergraduate programs and in the Statistical Consulting Service.

Education and experience:
Graduate Degree in Mathematics or Statistics
Proficient with the use of technology in teaching mathematics.
Prior University teaching experience.
Experience with multi-section lecture/recitation

Communication and other skills:

Excellent communication skills, with the ability to engage students and creating a successful and stimulating learning environment
Creative teaching skills, including but not limited to active learning, inquiry based learning, distance learning and the use of technology in order to improve the pedagogical impact
Available, respectful and that has the highest professional standards in regard to interactions with students    


Upload Curriculum Vita, Teaching and Research Statements AND
Applicants must also arrange for three (3) letters of recommendation e-mailed to:
[email protected]  




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Job No: 0600452
Posted: 4/13/2018
Application Due: 6/12/2018
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