GTA Announcement and Application 2013 - 2014
GTA ANNOUNCEMENT AND APPLICATION
2013 - 2014
The student must be in good standing in a PSU graduate program and have a background that draws upon a field of international expertise. This expertise may include but is not limited to former coursework, specialization, or a major/minor in fields such as Anthropology, History, Political Science, Geography, Sociology, etc. An undergraduate major in INTL is a particular advantage. Experience studying abroad or living abroad is beneficial. Familiarity with D2L is also a strength. The successful applicant will be a student taking a minimum of 9 graduate credits during the next academic year, 2013-14.
The TA will assist the professor of the INTL 201 and 395 courses as needed in the following ways: reading papers and/or portfolios; grading, maintaining office hours, and keeping attendance. The TA may be asked to lead group discussions and give in-class presentations. The TA must be available for work an average of 12-hours per week for this .30 FTE appointment. Duties are such that hours worked may be less than 12 per week at the beginning of a term and more than 12 per week near the end of the term. The TA will attend INTL 201 (4 credits) each term and read all required texts for these classes. In addition, in winter quarter the TA will attend the INTL 395 (1 credit) colloquium. In the spring they will be the TA for two INTL 201 courses, but the work will be lessened so that the total hours per week remains the same.
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APPLICATION is available HERE
For more information please contact the International Studies office at 503-725-3455