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Deane Yang

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Registered: 12/8/04
Good calculus teachers
Posted: Mar 1, 2002 1:45 PM
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I'm sorry about misusing this mailing list, but I can't
resist the opportunity. It is apparent that most of the
participants of this list both (a) understand calculus
really, really well and (b) are exceptional teachers.
Each one of these qualities is rare enough; the intersection is
very hard to find.

We will probably be hiring more instructors for next year.
These are non-tenured long term positions.

If there is anyone who finds it necessary to move to New
York or, God forbid, actually wants to move to New York
and is looking for a teaching position in mathematics,
please let me know. As long as you have the qualities (a)
and (b) above, we do not care what degrees you do or do not
have. We promise not to hold it against you if you have
a Ph.D. in mathematics or are a research mathematician.

You can find a little more information
about our instructorships on our web site, www.math.poly.edu.

If you have no particular desire or need to live in or near
New York City, please stay where you are. Moving to New York on
a salary less than a million dollars a year is an really
unpleasant experience.


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