Tenure-Track Assistant Professor – Mathematics Education

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Georgia State University

The Department of Middle and Secondary Education (MSE) in the College of Education and Human Development at Georgia State University is seeking a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor in mathematics education. Georgia State University is a Research 1 institution with considerable emphasis on recruiting and retaining productive researchers and scholars and exemplar teachers. Home to the Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, the MSE department is a diverse faculty group of leading researchers and outstanding teachers who come from countries around the world committed to bettering the human condition. The mission of the MSE department is to engage in research and scholarly activity, teaching, and service in urban environments with people from multiple cultural, ethnic, and linguistic backgrounds. MSE faculty, staff, and students work collaboratively with people in schools, communities, and organizations in Atlanta and around the world. Committed to innovation and creativity and to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and practice, MSE faculty, staff, and students strive to realize the vision of pluralism, equity and social justice where individuals have equitable access to meaningful learning opportunities throughout their lives and the chance to apply knowledge and skills for the greater good. (http://mse.education.gsu.edu/about/)

Review of Applicants Begins: 
Monday, November 5, 2018
Contact Name: 
Mrs. Gwendolyn Kearney
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