Full time, tenure-track position in Educational Foundations (mathematics emphasis) at the graduate level.
The successful candidate will have teaching responsibilities, which may include on-campus, off-campus, and online teaching. The candidate must maintain office hours on campus to advise and work with students (including doctoral candidates), collaborate with faculty, participate in program initiatives (i.e., program coordination, assessment and accreditation of programs, outreach, student recruiting/retention), attend meetings, and plan/develop courses including professional development. Participation in scholarship, research, professional societies, and service activities is expected.
An earned doctorate in education (ABD considered), or a related field, from an accredited institution. Teaching experience or licensure in mathematics education required. Additional experience and/or licensure in interdisciplinary curriculum encouraged. Interest or experience in the teaching of Algebra or higher, statistical analysis, educational foundations, technology integration, and online teaching preferred. Applicants should have an active research agenda and interest in working with doctoral candidates.