The Materials Science and Engineering department hires GSI’s for fall and winter term for discussion and lab sections, and occaisionally will hire for lecture sections.
Job postings with available sections are posted on this website, circulated by e-mail, and paper copies are posted on the 2nd floor of Dow outside the student lounge and 3rd floor of the H H Dow building outside room 3062, and outside the Graduate Student Coordinator’s office in room 3062 H H Dow.
Information about department GSI postings across the university can be found at the following website: http://www.umjobs.org/search
|Fall Term||Winter Term|
|Posting date||April 1||October 1|
|Applications Due||May 15||November 15|
|Hiring decisions made||June 15||December 15|
Postions for Winter 2013:
Available courses: MSE 220 (Boukai), MSE 220 (Yalisove), MSE 250 (Wynarsky), MSE 360 (Halloran/Wynarsky)
- General duties include: class contact (teaching a discussion or lab section); attendance at lectures; preparation of lesson plans, class notes, instructional materials; grading; meetings; office hours; examinations; grading.
- Appointments are estimated to range between 25% (1 section) and 35% effort (2 sections).
- Minimum qualifications include: background in engineering or sciences; graduate student in good standing; satisfactory score on ELI evaluation (International students only).
- Selection criteria includes: progress toward degree, previous experience; specific knowledge of the course.
- Qualified candidates are selected by a committee comprised of Peter Green, MSE Department Chair, John Kieffer, Graduate Committee Chair, Joanna Millunchick, Undergraduate Committee Chair and Richard Robertson, Undergraduate Advisor.
Job postings will be available April 1 for fall and October 1 for winter. Applications are due by May 15 for fall term, and November 15 for winter term. Most hiring decisions will be made by June 15 for fall and December 15 for winter. Notification of hiring decisions will be made to all applicants within fourteen (14) calendar days after the selection process has been completed. Unsuccessful applications will be retained for consideration in the event that there are last minute openings. Upon request, any applicant denied employment will receive, within fourteen (14) calendar days, a written explanation of the reason(s) for denial of employment, unless he or she states a preference for an in-person interview with the hiring agent(s).
Please submit your application and resume to Renee Hilgendorf at firstname.lastname@example.org
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