|Part-Time Faculty - Instructors for Mathematics|
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April 17, 2013
Positions: Instructors for Mathematics
Department: Mathematics Department
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is currently seeking adjunct instructors to teach one or more sections of our Math courses, Math for Liberal Arts and Precalculus, in the Fall 2013 semester. The scheduling of these sections is flexible.
Math for Liberal Arts Students
This course is intended as an invitation to anyone who, while not interested in developing a technical facility in calculation, is interested in gaining an appreciation of the methods and scope of mathematics. The emphasis will be on topics not usually covered in a general algebra - trigonometry sequence. The approach will be conceptual, rather than computational.
The purpose of the course is to broaden and strengthen the student's high school mathematics background and to prepare for the study of calculus. Topics will include algebra and functions including exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions.
Instructor requirements include:
Position: Professional Development School Liaisons
The School of Education of Manhattanville College is currently seeking three Professional Development School Liaisons for Fall 2010. These are Part-Time Positions working at one of the School of Education's Professional Development Schools.
A Professional Development School Liaison is employed part-time by Manhattanville College, yet spends most of his/her time at the school site. This person is given 3 credits each semester to supervise student teachers and 3 credits each semester to serve as a liaison between the College and the school district site. This person receives a total of 12 credits each academic year. This person must be available to be at the school 2 full days each week.