The Department of Mathematics has 25 tenure system faculty, 13 lecturers, about 60 graduate students, and 220 majors. Our graduate degree offerings include a Ph.D. in Mathematics as well as M.A. and M.S. degrees. Undergraduate offerings include B.A. and B.S. degrees in Mathematics, with or without teacher certification. Additional information about the department is available at math.unt.edu.
Assist with the instruction of labs and recitation sections in large enrollment entry-level mathematics courses, particularly those aimed at supporting TSI-incomplete students co-enrolled in credit-bearing entry-level mathematics courses; supervise, mentor, evaluate, and counsel undergraduate teaching assistants and tutors; work with faculty to continually improve the curriculum and technology used in labs and recitations supplementing large enrollment entry-level mathematics courses; coordinate with the learning center to design interventions to improve student success, particularly for student poplulations that do not arrive at UNT "college ready."
Additional Posting Details
Master’s Degree in related field and two years of related experience; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Working knowledge of equipment and instrumentation appropriate to the nature of the lab and/or the discipline, and of supplies including operation, set-up, storage, and maintenance.
- Working knowledge of instructional applications related to the laboratory and/or the discipline.
- Ability to make effective presentations of experiments or software, and provide instruction in laboratory techniques, use of equipment, use of software, procedures, and safety rules.
- Ability to supervise work performed by others.
The preferred candidate will possess the following additional qualifications: * Degree in Mathematics, Mathematics Education, or closely related field. * Five years of teaching experience at the high school or college-level.