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Tad Watanabe

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Mathematics Education Position Opening
Posted: Oct 25, 1995 7:33 PM
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MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
TENURE-TRACK POSITION AVAILABLE

TOWSON STATE UNIVERSITY


Tenure-track assistant professor in mathematics education
starting Fall Semester 1996. Teach 12 hours per semester of
undergraduate courses. A doctorate in mathematics
education and a commitment to quality teaching and research
are required. In addition, a bachelor's/master's degree in
mathematics or equivalent is required. Preference will be
given to applicants with teaching and research experience in
elementary and/or secondary mathematics education. The
ability to teach calculus and upper level mathematics courses
is desirable, but not mandatory. Salary will be
commensurate with experience and background. Send vita,
three letters of recommendation, and complete official
undergraduate and graduate transcripts by February 22,
1996 to Dr. Mike Krach, Chairman, Search Committee,
Mathematics Department, Towson State University, Towson,
Maryland, 21204. Inquiries about the position should be
sent to krach-r@toe.towson.edu or by phone, (410) 830 -
2977. Towson State University is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer and has a strong
institutional commitment to diversity. Women, minorities,
persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to
apply.





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