EVPP 110/111 Teaching Assistantship position available
The Department of Environmental Science and Policy has a lab instructor (TA) position available for the Spring 2016 semester to teach EVPP 110/111. Please see the job description and the TA application (expired link removed). If you are interested, please email the completed and signed application with a current resume to Dr. Kim Largen, the course coordinator, at email@example.com and copy Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org since Sharon will be initiating the contract. The position is a ½ semester position that pays $7,250 for the entire Spring 2016 semester with 6 credits of in-state tuition waivers. Out of state PhD students will receive in-state tuition. Out of state MS students will only receive 6 credits of in-state tuition.
The deadline to send this is very, very soon. Please have your application sent by Monday, January 11, 2016.