The University of Lynchburg is an independent, co-educational,
residential university, founded in 1903, located in the Central
Virginia foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The School
of Sciences invites applications for a full-time,
tenure-track position in mathematics and statistics to start August
The department of mathematics is a student-centered,
collaborative team with an excellent record of preparing students
with a variety of backgrounds for graduate school, and employment
in education and industry. We seek an individual with exceptional
potential as a teacher and scholar who can contribute to our
undergraduate programs and complement existing departmental
- Teaching courses in mathematics and statistics.
- Collaborating with colleagues on curriculum development.
- Supervising student research projects, service to the
University and community, and engaging in scholarly activity.
Generous paid vacation, personal days, and paid sick time and
family leave, comprehensive insurance (medical, dental, vision,
etc.) and retirement plans, flexible spending account, tuition
remission, life and long term disability insurance, and
more about employment benefits at the University of
- The normal teaching load is 12 hours per semester consisting of
general education and upper-level courses.
- Prolonged periods standing or sitting at a desk.
- A PhD in mathematics and at least 9 hours in graduate
statistics or applied statistics is required.
- The candidate must possess a record of teaching, scholarship
and service commensurate with the appointment.
- A primary interest in teaching and mentoring undergraduates at
a liberal arts institution is required.
We seek candidates who are committed to the University of
Lynchburg’s efforts to create an environment that fosters a
student-centered environment, develops the breadth of knowledge
associated with liberal education, respects and supports diversity,
equity, and inclusion, values and celebrates diverse faith
traditions, and sustains close working relationships among faculty,
staff, students, alumni, and community partners.
How to Apply
Submit the following:
- Formal letter of application.
- Statement of teaching philosophy as it pertains to a liberal
- Description of current research interests ane how
undergraduates can be incorporated.
- Statement on your approach to inclusive curriculum and
diversity in higher education.
- Copies of graduate transcripts.
- Names and contact information of three references.
All information must be submitted electronically as a single pdf
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue
until the position is filled. The selected candidate must
successfully pass a background check that is satisfactory to the
The University of Lynchburg is committed to diversity within
its community and welcomes applications from persons of color,
women, Indigenous/aboriginal people of North America, persons with
disabilities, the LGBTQIA+ community, and others who may contribute
to the further diversification of the University of Lynchburg
The University of Lynchburg is an equal opportunity