Eliza (Z.-H.) Michalopoulou, Chairperson
The primary responsibility, as a Lecturer, is to teach 12 credits each semester of undergraduate and/or graduate courses in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Teach courses in Mathematics, including Calculus, Differential Equations, Discrete Mathematics, Statistics and Probability, Mathematics of Finance and others as assigned by the Department Chair.
Maintain regularly scheduled office hours to provide tutoring and serve as an assistant coordinator of some courses when assigned, which involves the supervision and management of several sections of a course. Participate in course and program development, as required. Participate in student events and external outreach activities, as required. Provide service to the department, university and community, as required.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses particularly in Probability and Statistics.
Must abide by the university's core values which include excellence, integrity, civility, social responsibility, diversity and communication.
Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, or related field. Collegiate level teaching experience.
Ph.D. in Statistics or Mathematics preferred. An individual with expertise in Statistics or an interest and ability to support the Mathematics of Finance and Actuarial Science concentration of the B.S. in Mathematical Sciences strongly preferred. Successful completion of SOA and CAS exams a plus. At the university's discretion the education and experience prerequisites may be excepted where the candidate can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the university an equivalent combination of education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for success in the position.