Professor Lisa Mantini Elected MAA Governor

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) recently announced that Professor Lisa Mantini has been elected to a three year term as governor of the Oklahoma Arkansas section of the MAA. The section governor represents the section on the Board of Governors of the MAA. This is the main policy making and governing body of the organization. Professor Mantini succeeds the current section governor, Professor Jill Guerra of the University of Arkansas, Fort Smith, who will complete her term  June 30. This is the second time Professor Mantini has served as section governor. She was previously governor July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2005.

Assistant Professor Positions Available for Fall 2014

The Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University invites applications for two tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level beginning fall 2014. The Department seeks accomplished individuals who can enhance the research and educational mission of the department. Applicants should have outstanding research potential and have made major contributions beyond their doctoral research. Candidates should be committed to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education.

Two OSU Professors Named Fellows of the AMS

The American Mathematical Society (AMS) recently introduced a program of honoring some members as Fellows of the AMS. Professors William Jaco and David Wright of the OSU Mathematics Department were selected as members of the first group of Fellows. More details about this can be found in a featured article on the OSU News. A description of the selection process can be found on the AMS website.

Mathematics Learning Success Center

Established in 1985 to serve undergraduate mathematics students, the Mathematics Learning Success Center remains one of the nation's most prominent mathematics tutoring centers. The facility strives to meet all the extra-classroom needs of undergraduate mathematics students.

Please see the new page for the MLSC and the page for Success in Undergraduate MathematicS (SUMS).

Lecturer positions

The Department of Mathematics anticipates hiring additional full- or part-time lecturers for the Fall 2014 semester for the Stillwater and Tulsa campuses, contingent on funding and size of enrollment. Lecturers teach classes such as college algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and courses for prospective K-8 teachers. The minimum qualifications are a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, secondary education with mathematics emphasis/specialization, or a closely related area, as well as prior teaching experience at the secondary or college level. A master’s or doctoral degree in mathematics or mathematics education is preferred. Lecturers teach from one to four classes.  Compensation for the semester is $3200-$3700 per course and depends on qualifications.

To apply, please send a cover letter and vita to the Associate Heads, Department of Mathematics, 401 MSCS, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, or inquire via e-mail.

WebAssign Self-Enrollment for OSU Calculus

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