About the College of Arts and Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences (CoAS) delivers a time-honored
liberal arts education paired with Drexel’s renowned focus on
applied learning. Our research and scholarship explore contemporary
issues with an eye toward improving the common good. With a breadth
of disciplines in the natural sciences, social sciences and
humanities, and a focus on the now, the College is the perfect home
for curious scholars who seek to apply their learning in the
service of humanity. Our undergraduate programs, Co-op experiences
and Community-Based Learning courses give students a broad-based,
hands-on education that prepares them to make an impact
immediately. Our graduate programs take a rigorous yet practical
approach to advancing knowledge. Our faculty members are dedicated
teachers and gifted scholars who publish groundbreaking research on
the world’s most pressing issues.
The mathematics department at Drexel University is a close-knit,
energetic and diverse group. The Bachelor of Science and Bachelor
of Arts in Mathematics provide a healthy foundation of abstract
reasoning, applications and computing. With the Doctorate and
Master of Science in Mathematics, the department is focused on
developing the next generation of mathematicians. Comprised of
internationally recognized researchers, the Department of
Mathematics faculty specializes in several areas of mathematics,
including mathematical biology, combinatorics, matrix and operator
theory, geometry, optics, probability, numerical analysis and
partial differential equations.
The Department of Mathematics at Drexel University invites
applications for an adjunct teaching position, possibly renewable.
Drexel University is a private, urban university, with over 12,000
full-time undergraduates and over 9,000 professional and graduate
students and is well-known for its co-operative education program.
The Mathematics Department offers undergraduate, masters and PhD
- Teach required number of credit hours per 10-week quarter.
- Hold regularly scheduled office hours in the Math Tutoring
Center and meet with students outside of class, as needed.
- Give prompt, regular feedback to students about their academic
- Maintain communication with the department head or course
coordinator regarding any course or student issues.
- Report mid-term and final exam grades.
- Perform other similar duties as assigned.
Applicants are required to hold a MS or PhD in a Mathematical
Science or related field, and to be able to demonstrate excellence
in teaching mathematics.
Special Instructions to the Applicant
Please make sure you upload your CV/resume and cover letter when
submitting your application.
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