Teaching Assistants (TA) are chosen by the faculty member teaching the course each semester. Below you will see the list of courses we offer teaching assistantship positions in both the fall and spring semesters. Some courses are only offered one semester, while others are both. If you are interested in being a TA please contact the faculty member teaching the course and fill out the TA application above and turn it in to Lindsay Hutchins.
International students will be required to meet an additional language requirement. For additional information on the English Language Proficiency Exam and requirements, contact the Data and Research Services office.
All TA’s are required to complete the Teaching Assistant Training and Evaluation Program (TATEP). To meet the University Level training requirement, all TA’s will be required to attend the Teaching Assistant Institute (TAI) sponsored by the Center for Teaching Excellence. Training for new TA positions are held each fall and spring semester. For additional information, students may contact the Center of Teaching Excellence for a complete schedule.
Forms are due by June 1 for Fall and December 1 for Spring.
If you have any questions please contact Lindsay Hutchins.
25% positions not eligible for tuition waivers.
|RENR 205||Fundamentals of Ecology||Fall: Mariana Mateos|
|Spring: Jacqueline Grace|
|302||Natural History of the Vertebrates||Fall: Kevin W. Conway, Jessica Light|
|Spring: Lee A. Fitzgerald, Gary Voelker|
|311||Ichthyology||Fall: Kevin W. Conway|
|315||Herpetology||Spring: Lee A. Fitgerald|
|335||Natural History of the Invertebrates||Fall: Norman Dronen|
|401||General Mammalogy||Fall: Jessica Light|
|Spring: Thomas E. Lacher, Jr.|
|402||General Ornithology||Fall: Michael L. Morrison|
|Spring: Gary Voelker|
|403||Animal Ecology||Fall: Bill Grant|
|Spring: Masami Fujiwara|
|408||Techniques of Wildlife Management||Nova J. Silvy|
|410||Principles of Fisheries Management||TBA|
|444||Aquaculture I||Spring: Delbert Gatlin|
|447||Aquaculture II||Fall: Delbert Gatlin|
|RENR 215||Fundamentals of Ecology Lab||Reserved for Diversity Fellows|