The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at California State University, Fresno invites creative and innovative applicants for a tenure-track, academic year faculty position as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education. Fresno State is committed to serving our region’s culturally and ethnically diverse student population by providing cutting-edge and collaborative educator preparation programs that advance equitable learning opportunities for current and aspiring PreK-12 educators. Our new colleague will teach the PreK-8 mathematics pedagogy course within our Multiple Subject credential program. Depending upon their areas of interest/expertise and departmental needs, opportunities may be available to serve on thesis or dissertation committees and to teach and/or develop credential and graduate courses in educational technology, transdisciplinary curriculum design for PreK-12 classrooms, culturally and linguistically sustaining pedagogy, child and adolescent development, and ethnic studies pedagogy.

In addition to teaching credential and graduate courses, our faculty are expected to be engaged in scholarship (research, writing for publication, presenting at conferences, and seeking grant funding). Service benefiting the department, school, university, community, and profession is also an important faculty expectation. Active participation in regional and statewide PreK-12 mathematics/STEM education initiatives and networks, as well as mathematics teacher leadership development projects will be encouraged and supported.

Learn more—and find application instructions—at the full announcement, here.