Colorado School of Mines (Mines) invites applications for the following positions in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics:


The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at the Colorado School of Mines invites applications for instructors for introductory level coordinated courses in the department. These courses include MATH 111 Calculus I, MATH 112 Calculus II, MATH 201 Probability and Statistics for Scientists and Engineers, MATH 213 Calculus III Multivariable Calculus, MATH 225 Differential Equations, and MATH 307 Introduction to Scientific Computing (with MATLAB programming). Adjunct faculty are hired per semester, have opportunities to teach up to three or four courses each semester, and will have use of a designated office space (possibly shared). All the listed courses are taught in a coordinated setting which includes use of the common homework and exams, as well as a common course calendar and learning objectives. At a minimum, adjunct faculty participate in group grading for course exams and will perform other grading duties depending on the course. All course materials and student communications are managed using the learning management system Canvas. Questions regarding the position can be directed to Dr. Mike Nicholas, AMS Associate Department Head and Teaching Professor, by emailing



The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics (AMS) at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado invites applications for a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship position to begin (subject to availability) in August 2023. The position is a two-year appointment (based upon satisfactory performance in the classroom) that can be renewed by the department for an additional year. The Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow is expected to teach 16-19 credits (4-6 courses) per year. While the primary teaching responsibilities will be in the core mathematics sequence (Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations), there will also be an opportunity to teach outside of the core curriculum (Intro to Prob/Stat, Intro to Scientific Computing, Linear Algebra, Intro to Proofs). Each postdoc is assigned a teaching mentor from the AMS faculty who guides the fellow in professional development as an educator. Postdocs will collaborate with AMS faculty in the improvement and delivery of core courses with an emphasis on active learning. Please contact Dorie Chen, Human Resources, with any questions. View the full job opportunity here.

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