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Lecturer in Mathematics

Harvard University
Job Description and Details: 
Lecturers work side by side with other faculty on teaching, developing, and supporting sections of entry-level calculus courses through multivariable calculus and linear algebra. The lecturer should also be able to teach a non-sectioned course independently and possibly a graduate level course. The teaching load will be two courses each semester. The student audience for the undergraduate courses will be predominately non majors. Most of the undergraduate classes are taught interactively. The position is for one year.
Doctorate in mathematics is ordinarily required by the time the appointment begins. The successful applicant should have experience teaching mathematics at the undergraduate level. -
Additional Comments: 
Please submit the materials listed below through MathJobs ( Priority will be given to applications received before February 1, 2016. 1. Cover letter. 2. Curriculum Vitae 3. Names and contact information of three to five references (three letters of recommendation are required, and the application is complete only when all three letters have been submitted) 4. Teaching Statement. 5. Teaching Portfolio (This might include a sample lesson, or assignment, or handout, and a link to a bit of videotaped teaching.)

Computer Science Department Teaching Track Position at Carnegie Mellon University

Applications are invited for a teaching-track position in Computer Science, beginning Fall 2016. This is a renewable, career-oriented position with an initial appointment for three years. We seek highly qualified applicants with a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and the ability to teach at all levels in the undergraduate curriculum.

Teaching-As-Research Mid-Project Presentations

Every year, we showcase what grad students and postdocs throughout the country are doing to become better STEM teachers. These students take on year-long research projects designed to understand what works in the STEM classroom, what doesn't, and why. Today, they gave us an update on where their research stands. We heard from students studying everything from plant biology to statistics, looking at everything from flipped classrooms to wording on tests. Read More »

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