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Undergraduate TA Position in Principles of Anatomy and Physiology

General Information:
 
This is an anatomy and physiology course that meets the liberal education science with lab requirement. It is taken by a student body ranging from freshman to seniors who are enrolled in many different colleges at the U of MN. The course is typically held in both fall and spring semesters. Labs meet once a week for 2 hours, and the maximum lab size is 12 students.
 
Duties:
  • Teach undergraduate biology labs (give a short lesson and assist students in carrying out lab activities and experiments) 
  • Weekly grading of student papers
  • Maintain moodle gradebook
  • Attend mandatory weekly TA meetings
Note: Attending course lectures not required
 
Qualifications:
  • Junior or senior undergraduate
  • Major in life sciences/kinesiology/nutrition
  • Significant amount of science coursework completed-including an anatomy or physiology course
  • Good communication skills
  • Preference will be given to candidates who are available to teach 2 or more lab sections per week, who can teach for the entire academic year (both fall and spring), and who can demonstrate any type of previous teaching experience
 
Hours per week: will vary by number of lab sections you teach
 
Hourly rate: according to undergraduate pay scale
 
Application instructions: Please send a cv/resume and letter of interest by 4-28-2013 to Katherine Phillips (phil8620@umn.edu) for guaranteed consideration.
 
Contact:
Katherine Phillips
Lab Coordinator
326 Burton Hall
612-624-8691