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Mathematics and Computer Science: Assistant Professor of Mathematics - 000711 & 000712

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Richmond, a highly selective, private, undergraduate liberal arts institution, invites applications for two tenure-track positions in mathematics at the level of assistant professor to begin August 2017. We will consider candidates with any background in theoretical or applied mathematics.

The Department offers degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Mathematical Economics and supports the University’s Integrated Science Minor. The successful applicant is expected to commit to highly effective teaching at all levels of the undergraduate curriculum and to maintain a vigorous research program that has the potential to engage undergraduates in meaningful research outcomes. A Ph.D. in mathematics is required and must be completed by the August 2017 start date.

Applicants should click "Apply Now" at the top of the page. Applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, a curriculum vita, a statement describing their teaching experience and interests, a statement describing their research agenda, and names of three references who will receive an automated email asking them to submit their reference letters. Candidates are asked to highlight in their cover letter their potential to further the Department’s efforts to attract and support students from populations underrepresented in mathematics. Applications received by November 1, 2016 will be guaranteed full consideration, while those received after that date will be accepted until the position is filled.

The University of Richmond is committed to developing a diverse workforce and student body, and to modeling an inclusive campus community which values the expression of difference in ways that promote excellence in teaching, learning, personal development, and institutional success. Our academic community strongly encourages applications that are in keeping with this commitment. For more information on the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science resources, and related information, see