Hope College
Department of Mathematics

Three tenure-track positions

The Hope College Department of Mathematics invites applications for three
tenure-track positions, pending administrative approval, to begin Fall 2003.
Two positions are open to applicants from all areas of mathematics, while the
third is designated for a statistician. Candidates at all ranks will be
considered. PhD required. Primary responsibilities include teaching (typically
5 courses per year) and research (including working with undergraduates).
Hope College is a co-educational, residential liberal arts college (2,934
students, 234 FTE faculty), and is affiliated with the Reformed Church in
America. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to combine teaching
excellence with scholarly activity, and should be committed to the character
and goals of a liberal arts college with a Christian perspective. Given the
unique mission and ecumenical character of Hope College, we encourage
applicants from a broad range of Christian denominations and traditions.

Hope College is located in Holland, Michigan, an attractive community near
Lake Michigan within three hours of Chicago and Detroit. Visit
http://www.math.hope.edu/ for more information on Hope College and Holland.

Send a resume, unofficial transcript, a statement of teaching philosophy, and
three letters of recommendation (at least one addressing teaching ability) to:
Search Committee
Dept. of Mathematics
Hope College
Holland, MI 49422-9000
Electronic correspondence can be sent to mathsearch@hope.edu.

For the two mathematics positions, applications received by December 13, 2002,
will be given full consideration. For the statistics position, review of applications
will begin November 15, 2002, and will continue until the position is filled.

Hope College complies with federal and state requirements for non-discrimination
in employment. Applications are strongly encouraged from women and minority persons.