Women's Studies Program Graduate Assistantships
Each year, the Women's Studies Program recruits graduate students from other graduate programs on campus to serve in support of the instructional mission of the Program. Preference is given to students with an undergraduate degree in Women's Studies or who are pursuing a graduate WS minor. Graduate Assistant recruitment and hiring may be for 10-20 hours per week and for one semester or an academic year based on the availability of funding and Program need. Candidates with some background in Women's Studies are preferred. Applications accepted throughout the year.
Priority for Graduate Assistant support is given to face-to-face courses with relatively high numbers of enrolled students, including WS 201G and WS 202G. Graduate Assistants may also become involved in courses taught online. Graduate Assistants work closely with WS instructors on a variety of instructional support activities that may include (but is not limited to) grading, grade management, proctoring, preparation of materials, content delivery, class facilitation, course-related research, and course evaluation. Every effort is made to support the professional development and other interests of Graduate Assistants as duties and responsibilities are negotiated.
If you are interested in a Graduate Assistantship in the Women's Studies Program, please complete the application and submit this form along with a cover letter, one letter of reference, and a current STAR degree audit to: Dr. Laura Anh Williams at: FAX: 575-646-6096 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For further info call Dr. Williams at: 575-646-5712.
Application, Letters, and STAR Degree Audit Due: April 22, 2013