December 18, 2014: One new TA position has become available for the Winter 2015 term. Dr. Colleen Davison is looking for a graduate TA for her EPID 829, Foundations in Global Health course. The course will be held Mondays 1:30-4:30 in the Carruthers Hall classroom from January 5 – March 30, 2015. There will be no class on February 16 (Reading Week).
- Marking the evidence briefs and infographic assignments (with guidance and rubric from instructor).
- Marking the exam with guidance and master template from instructor.
- Attending and participating in all lectures unless otherwise discussed.
- Assisting with the facilitation of the class Facebook group including directions for students, moderation and trouble shooting, creating and posting the weekly questions, encouraging students and assessment of student participation
Interested graduate students should submit a copy of your Queen’s transcript and a description of your academic accomplishments, relevant experience to Lee Watkins (email@example.com) by Friday, January 9, 2015
October 1, 2014: One new TA position has just become available for the Fall 2014 term. Dr. Ana Johnson is looking for a graduate TA for her EPID 807 class.
Duties: The professor and the TA will work together to: 1) plan, prepare, co-ordinate lectures and group assignments, lead and facilitate any review sessions; support and encourage student participation in group exercises with the goal to reinforce comprehension of the health economics concepts introduced during class and through readings; 2) assist students in developing their group projects and papers; 3) grade assignments and exams; 4) have office hours available to provide assistance to students on an individual level basis; 5) possibility to assist in teaching depending on training and interest; 6) assist professor in managing the Moodle platform (posting, forum, quizzes).
Dedicated time: 8 hours per week. Remuneration is $37.88 per hour.
Skills desired for this position: excellent communication skills and ability to work well with others.
Interested graduate students should submit a copy of your Queen’s transcript and a description of your academic accomplishments, relevant experience to Lee Watkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, October 3, 2014.