Math Prospective Rotating Military Faculty

Math Prospective Rotating Military Faculty

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The Department of Mathematical Sciences is committed to maintaining a top undergraduate mathematics faculty. Our unique mission requires that we maintain a faculty that is a blend of military and civilian professionals from all walks of life. We are an equal opportunity employer, and are always actively recruiting qualified minority and women applicants.

If you are a military officer seeking a rotating faculty position within the Department of Mathematical Sciences, use the CAC-enabled link for TEACH ( to initiate your application and begin the process of joining our team.

You are highly encouraged to reach out to the military Personnel Officer at the contact info below in order to determine ACS feasibility based on your career timeline.

For PhD ACS, please see the current board letter here

Our military faculty includes both rotating and permanent positions. Our rotating military faculty consists of active-duty captains, majors, and lieutenant colonels. You can apply to join the rotating military faculty through the Advanced Civil Schooling program (Masters or Ph.D.) or through a direct assignment. Our permanent faculty positions are for lieutenant colonels and colonels with their Ph.Ds.

For more information, please contact the military Personnel Officer at or by phone (845) 938-8133 or DSN 312-688-8133.

What would I be teaching?

The Department continually seeks talented faculty who are experts in the disciplines that comprise our majors and minors – applied statistics and data sciences, mathematical sciences, operations research – and are committed to enhancing the education and development of cadets.

What are some opportunities to advance in my career?

The Department of Mathematical Sciences's Research Centers offer a robust selection of research, scholarship, collaboration, and professional development opportunities to help our faculty remain at the forefront of their disciplines.

Application packets are due by 1 November

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Rotating military faculty consists of of active-duty captains, majors, and lieutenant colonels. An assignment to West Point as a rotating faculty member requires officers to submit an application through the CAC-enabled TEACH system

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For more information, please contact the military Personnel Officer at or by phone (845) 938-8133 or DSN 312-688-8133.

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The mission of the Department of Mathematical Sciences is to educate and inspire cadets in the mathematical sciences so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the Army Values and to support the development of cadets and faculty for careers of professional excellence and service to the Nation as officers in the United States Army or leaders in their profession.

Other Opportunities

It takes a team to ensure the U.S. Military Academy at West Point can fulfill its mission to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets.  There are roles for military and civilian faculty to teach cadets and for those both in and out of uniform to ensure the systems and processes required to operate a military installation and college campus are in place and running efficiently.