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Georgetown BLA program seeking a Statistics instructor for Fall 2024

April 29, 2024 8:57 PM | John Curtis (Administrator)

The Georgetown U. BLA Program is searching for an instructor for MATH 1040: Probability and Statistics. The BLA Program is a Bachelor's degree program for incarcerated students facilitated by the Georgetown Prisons and Justice Initiative at Patuxent Institution in Jessup, MD. MATH 1040 introduces students to statistics and is a required course for BLA students. The instructor must hold PhD or MA in a relevant discipline (math or social science), with a preference for instructors with a doctorate. The instructor need not have an appointment at an academic institution.   

Fall classes run from September 3rd to December 9th. Each course meets twice a week for two hours per session, and they generally have teaching times available M/W or T/Th in the morning and afternoon, with some scheduling flexibility. The pay is $8,000 for the semester.

BLA students take classes in a cohort of about 20-25 students for the first years of the program, and form a tight-knit intellectual community. Anyone incarcerated in MD is able to apply to the program, and the students are incredibly dedicated and engaged. 

If you are interested or have questions, please contact Emily Hainze or Katy Ryan.

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