I am writing you to let you know about an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students, graduate students, instructors, or adjuncts in your department who may be interested in summer employment as a mathematics teaching assistant or instructor with the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) summer programs. CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. Information regarding our summer programs can be found at cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer.
I appreciate you taking the time to forward the information below to undergraduate and graduate students and instructors/adjuncts in your department, and posting this announcement on your job board.
Amber Wagner Gaines
Program Manager, Summer Academic Programs
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
Summer 2018 Employment Opportunities:
Math Instructors and Teaching Assistants
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is seeking instructors and teaching assistants for our summer programs. CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. Positions are available at residential and day sites at colleges, universities, and schools on the East and West coasts, as well as internationally in Hong Kong. (For a full list of sites, visit cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/sites_dates.html.)
We are currently seeking individuals with expertise in a number of mathematics-related subjects, including:
•Combinatorics and Graph Theory
•Paradoxes and Infinities
•Theory of Computation
A full list of mathematics courses can be found at cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/courses/math_computer_science.html.
Why teach for CTY?
•share your passion for mathematics with highly motivated and talented students
•be a part of an intellectual community
•develop your teaching skills in a supportive, collegial environment
•work alongside dedicated educators from around the world
•limited class size (15 students), plus an instructor and assistant for each class, ensures a low student-teacher ratio
•competitive salary plus room and board at our residential sites
2018 Program Core Dates*
•Session 1: June 21 – July 14, 2018
•Session 2: July 14 – August 4, 2018
*Some sites run one week later than these dates. For a full list of locations and dates, please visit cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/sites_dates.html.
Terms of Employment
•Starting salary for two sessions is $4,800 – $6,000 for instructors and $2,400 for TAs
•Room and board are provided at residential sites. Travel assistance is provided to Hong Kong.
· Teaching assistant candidates are generally graduate or undergraduate students with experience tutoring or as a TA.
· Instructor candidates generally have independent classroom teaching experience, graduate coursework, and at least a bachelor’s degree.
•Instructor and Teaching Assistant positions: cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer/positions
•Employment with CTY: cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer
Please fill out an online application at cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The university promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.
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Dear Professor, Advisor, Faculty or Staff,
The Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) runs a unique summer program for undergraduate students. The Research in Industrial Projects for Students (RIPS) provides an opportunity for exceptional students in math and related disciplines to work in teams on real world research projects proposed by a sponsor from industry or a national lab. Sponsors have included Google, Symantec, Los Alamos National Lab, the Aerospace Corporation, Los Angeles Police Department, Arete, IBM, and many others. The RIPS web site at http://www.ipam.ucla.edu/rips/ gives the full details including a link to the online application. We encourage all bright, young students to apply, especially women and minorities.
This is an educational and very exciting two month program near the heart of Los Angeles at one of the premiere educational institutions in the United States. If accepted the program covers the student’s travel, housing and most meals, and offers a generous stipend. Students immerse themselves in research and learn how to deal with real world problems.
In addition to RIPS in Los Angeles, IPAM will offer RIPS-Hong Kong in 2018 in partnership with the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. This is an exciting opportunity for U.S. undergrads to work with students from Hong Kong / China on projects sponsored by companies based in the region. English is the only language required for participation. The format is the same as RIPS-LA; two American and two Chinese students will form a team.
The deadline for applications is February 12, 2018. Please refer your students to the site and encourage them to apply. (Note: graduating seniors are eligible for all programs; international students may apply for RIPS-LA only).
I have attached a PDF poster with this email. If you’d like to request copies of this poster or for more information on RIPS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 310-825-4755.
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
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There will be a Spartan Part-time Career Fair on Nov 13 2017 in the Student Union Ballroom. Cheers, Brad J
Math Department professor
Juggling Club supervisor
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA 95192-0103
On Tuesday, students’ registration appointments were posted in their MySJSU accounts. Just FYI, attached are the registration time slots that were posted. Also attached is a MySJSU message that is going out today to undergraduate students about the important registration dates. (Remember- MySJSU and the spring 18 registration process is closed from 5pm on 11/16 to the morning of 11/20.)
As you meet with and communicate with students, some things to remind them about are:
•To register right at their registration time slot (or as soon as possible if they are in class/at work). To definitely register before 11/16.
•If they have financial concerns, they need to go talk to the Bursar’s office about fee deferral. They should not postpone registration because this could ultimately cost them a lot more in late fees or extended semesters of tuition if they don’t get in needed classes.
•Right now is the time to check for holds on their account and to address them.
•Right now is the time to make sure they have looked at MyRoadmap and MyProgress and know the full set of classes they need to take in spring. http://www.sjsu.edu/mygps/
•They can use MyScheduler to set up their schedule and “shopping cart” before their registration appointment and then just submit it when their time slot comes up. (They don’t want to do it too far in advance in case sections fill up.) http://www.sjsu.edu/mygps/
•They can only wait list up to 5 units. If they need to wait list additional units, they need to contact their department chair. (Also, remember our goals is to get them in the class, not simply on the wait list. If you see long wait lists for a class, please talk to the department chair.) Remind them that the wait list goes away after the last day of regular registration (Jan 21st).
Let me know if you have questions or issues.
Dr. Cayco has just scheduled one section of Math 143C for the spring semester but says that she can open another one if need be. If the first section of Math 143C is full and you would like her to open another section just make sure to sign up on the wait list for the first section. Cheers, Brad J