Tenure-track Assistant Professors- Elementary Mathematics Education
(Grades PreK-5) (Log #23-004)
The Department of
Early Childhood and Elementary Education in the College of
Education & Human Development at Georgia State University is
seeking two full-time, tenure-track assistant professors in
elementary education (grades PreK-5) with expertise in mathematics
education. Georgia State is a Research I institution with
considerable emphasis on recruiting productive scholars.
Responsibilities: Each faculty member is
expected to maintain a balanced portfolio of research, scholarship,
teaching and service efforts. Primary scholarly responsibilities
include having an active and productive research agenda, including
publications of research and scholarly work, participation in
professional organizations and presentations at conferences.
Teaching responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and
graduate courses related to the mathematics education of elementary
students. Some teaching could be conducted at local partner school
sites. Additional responsibilities include mentoring graduate
students, supervising field experiences of students and serving on
departmental, college and university committees, as well as service
to the professional community.
Qualifications: Qualifications include: an
earned doctorate in early childhood and/or elementary education or
relevant field with a mathematics education focus; expertise in
standards-based mathematics instruction; and experience in and
commitment to working with diverse students in urban elementary
schools. Successful applicants will have three years of
professional experience with pre-K-5 students. Demonstrated
research through publications and presentations is a plus, along
with experiences teaching mathematics education courses in a
university setting. For one of the positions, the successful hire
is expected to have expertise related to mathematics education in
dual language immersion elementary school settings. For the other
position, the successful hire is expected to have expertise related
to mathematics education in urban elementary school settings.
applicants should submit: a letter of interest describing
qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae, an unofficial
transcript of highest degree earned, three letters of reference and
a one to two-page description of research plans accompanied by a
sample of recent scholarly writing that is not the dissertation but
can be a dissertation chapter. Email application materials to
La'Twan Roddey at COEECEJOBS@gsu.edu. Inquiries
should be addressed to Susan Auslander,
Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more
information about the department visit their website.
Review of applications will begin September 15, 2021 and
continue until the positions are filled. The positions are
available beginning Fall Semester, 2022.
Georgia State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and does not discriminate against applicants due to race,
ethnicity, gender, veteran status or on the basis of disability or
any other federal, state or local protected class.