Assistant Professor Position

 

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Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Mathematics & Statistics seeks an Assistant Professor to teach courses in mathematics and statistics. Specific courses include: Math 4111 Introduction to Analysis. The real number system and the least upper-bound property; metric spaces (completeness, compactness and connectedness); continuous functions (in R^n; on compact spaces; on connected spaces); C(X) (pointwise and uniform convergence; Weierstrass approximation theorem); differentiation (mean value theorem; Taylor's theorem); the contraction mapping theorem; the inverse and implicit function theorems. Math 4121 Introduction to Lebesgue Integration. Riemann integration; measurable functions; measures; Lebesgue measure; the Lebesgue integral; integrable functions; L^p spaces; modes of convergence; decomposition of measures; product measures. Math 5051 and 5052 Measure Theory and Functional Analysis I and II. An introductory graduate level course including the theory of integration in abstract and Euclidean spaces, and an introduction to the basic ideas of functional analysis.

 

Additional teaching responsibilities include: i) developing instructional plans for the courses and ensuring they meet college and department standards; ii) working with colleagues to develop or modify the curriculum for a degree or program involving a series of courses; and iii) assessing students’ progress by grading assignments, papers, exams, and other work.  The Assistant Professor is also responsible for conducting research, publishing original research, applying for grants to fund their research, and supervising graduate students.  PhD in Math or closely related field.  Application materials must include:  CV, list of publications, research statement, teaching statement, and at least three letters of recommendations with one addressing teaching credentials. 

 

This notice was posted electronically for a period of 10 consecutive business days, from March, 5 2021, to March, 18, 2021

 

Qualified applicants may submit their resumes to: Fiona Vaughn, Business Manager

Fax: 314-935-6839;  Email: Fiona.vaughn@wustl.edu.

Equal Opportunity employer M/F/D/V.

 

Alma von Gontard with the Office of International Students and Scholars posted this Notice.

 

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