[ugrads] Summer Teaching Opportunities in Math and Computer Science
fasshauer at iit.edu
Fri Dec 15 17:16:52 CST 2006
Incidentally, there MAY BE something similar in the works here for IIT
students (possibly within the IPRO framework) to work with Chicago Public
Associate Chair and Director of Undergraduate Studies
Department of Applied Mathematics
Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago, IL 60616
Office: Engineering 1, Room 208A, email: fasshauer at iit.edu
Phone: (312) 567-3149 or fass at math.iit.edu
Fax: (312) 567-3135 URL: http://math.iit.edu/~fass/
From: fac.all-bounces at math.iit.edu [mailto:fac.all-bounces at math.iit.edu] On
Behalf Of Fred J. Hickernell
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 5:12 PM
To: AMATH Undergrad IIT; AMATH Graduate Students IIT
Cc: AMATH All Faculty IIT
Subject: Fwd: Summer Teaching Opportunities in Math and Computer Science
Dear students, For your information. Fred
Begin forwarded message:
From: CTY Summer <ctysummer at jhu.edu>
Date: December 15, 2006 3:09:45 PM CST
To: ctycarlos at jhu.edu
Subject: Summer Teaching Opportunities in Math and Computer Science
Dear Department Chair, Program Director and/or Coordinator:
I am writing to let you know about an excellent summer employment
opportunity for your graduate and undergraduate students who are interested
in teaching math or computer science. The Johns Hopkins University Center
for Talented Youth summer programs provide intensive course work in the
liberal arts to talented pre-collegiate students ages 8 to 18. We have a
strong math and computer science program that includes courses in both the
theoretical and applied fields of the disciplines.
Details of our instructor and teaching assistant positions are below. I hope
you will take the time to forward the electronic posting below to graduate
and undergraduate students in your department. If you have any questions,
please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via email at
ctysummer at jhu.edu or by calling 410-735-6185.
Mathematics and Computer Science Chair
CTY Academic Programs
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES
Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth
We are seeking enthusiastic math and computer science instructors and
teaching assistants to instruct in our summer programs for gifted
elementary, middle, and high school students. CTY offers intense, 3-week
academic programs for highly talented students from across the country and
around the world.
Residential site locations around the country: California, Hawaii,
Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode
Island. Day site locations in the Baltimore-Washington and Los Angeles
Session 1: June 21-July 14
Session 2: July 14-August 4
Instructors and teaching assistants can work one or two sessions.
CTY staff work with exceptional students, make contacts and friendships with
dynamic colleagues, and gain valuable teaching experience in a rigorous
Include Algebra, Geometry, Problem Solving & Reasoning, Applications &
Modeling, Cryptology, Probability and Game Theory, Number Theory,
Introduction to Robotics, Fundamentals of Computer Science. For a complete
list of history courses, including course descriptions and sample syllabi,
please visit http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment/math_cs.html.
Instructors start at $1,970 to $2,970 per 3-week session.
Teaching assistants earn $1050 per 3-week session.
Room and board is provided at our residential sites.
TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION AND LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS AND SITES:
Please visit http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment, or contact us at
410-735-6185 or ctysummer at jhu.edu.
Johns Hopkins University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Fred J. Hickernell, Professor and Chair
Department of Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of Technology
E1 Bldg Rm 208, 10 West 32nd Street, Chicago, IL 60616
Email: fred at math.iit.edu, Web: www.iit.edu/~hickerne
Office Phone: 1 312 567 8983, Office Fax: 1 312 567 3135
Cell Phone: 1 630 696 8124
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