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Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (UTA) are employed in many undergraduate CS courses (15900,17700, 18000, 24000, 25000, etc.) . UTAs assist Faculty & Staff in daily course operations, and provide instructional aide to course students. UTAs may Grade course content, create/troubleshoot course content, hold office hours, conduct laboratory or PSO sessions, and perform clerical/administrative tasks. Duties and responsibilities may vary based on course and instructor. Interested applicants should have previous course experience with a B or better , previous TA experience is preferred , intermediate working knowledge of course tools and terminology. A Minimum commitment of 5 hours a week.

Starting pay is $9/hour.

Interested students should apply here:


Summer 20 UTA Application


Fall 20 UTA Application


(Courses TAs fill up fast, so don't wait too long)


Summer Bridge Teaching Assistant The Computer Science Bridge Program is a two-week program in August to teach the fundamentals of programming and the Java programming language to incoming freshmen who have little to no experience with coding. The Bridge Program will run from Aug. 3 - Aug. 14. Applicants should be able to work for the entire duration of the program. TAs for this position will be required to work in lab environments for four hours a day. Meals are paid for, housing is not. An ideal candidate for this position should be proficient in Java and enjoy or have a passion for teaching others, particularly those with little to no experience.

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Applications close on March 6

Summer Bridge TA Application


Last Updated: Mar 23, 2020 4:43 PM

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