Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014 FACULTY POSITIONS IN MATHEMATICS: Applications are invited for two tenure-track mathematics positions starting in Aug 2015.

Applications are invited for two tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor positions in Mathematics. A priority is in the area of numerical analysis or computational mathematics for one position, and the preference for the second position is broadly in the area of mathematical analysis, including applied mathematics. Highly qualified applicants in other areas which complement current research interest of the department will also be considered. Requirements include a doctoral degree and strong potential for research as well as a commitment to effective undergraduate and graduate teaching. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. Positions will begin August, 2015. Mississippi State University, a Land-Grant University, is designated by the Carnegie Foundation as a “very high research activity university” and is listed as the largest university in Mississippi. The Department offers a Ph.D. degree in Mathematical Sciences and is highly research oriented. Further information may be found at All supporting material should be submitted electronically through Supporting materials should include a complete résumé with detailed research accomplishments, summaries of research plans and teaching philosophy, a completed AMS Standards Cover Sheet ( and three letters of recommendation. One letter of recommendation should address the candidate’s teaching. In addition, a cover letter should be submitted through addressed to: Len Miller, Mathematics Search Committee Chair, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Mississippi State University. Each applicant must also complete the online “Personal Information Data Form” located at To access the form, select “Create Application” and choose “Personal Information Data Form”. Screening will begin November 1, 2014, and will continue until the positions are filled. Mississippi State University is an AA/EOE employer.


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