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"Richard Stewart, Ph.D." <[log in to unmask]>
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Daily eNews for CMNS Students <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Microbiology Learning Assistants--Fall 2016

Description:
We are looking for knowledgeable and enthusiastic undergraduates to help us
teach General Microbiology (BSCI223) and Principles of Microbiology (BSCI283)
in Spring 2016.

Check out:  BSCI348A = Microbiology Teaching Practicum

ULA’s (STUDENTS IN BSCI348A):
-earn 3 credits
-work side-by-side with a Graduate Teaching Assistant to help students learn
microbiology in lab
-work with faculty to develop and implement new teaching strategies.

TO APPLY – send an email to Dr. Stewart at [log in to unmask]

Subject line: microULA

In your email provide:
   - your gpa,
- the list of BSCI courses that you have completed (or are enrolled in),
- a brief statement describing why you would like to be a UTA and why you
think you will be good at it,
- lab sections offered in Fall 2016 that would fit your schedule (check the
schedule of classes).

SELECTION PROCESS:
-Students must have completed BSCI223 or BSCI283 with a grade of A or B+ and
overall gpa of >3.2
-Third and Fourth year students with a strong desire to develop skills in
microbiology and communication will be favored.
-Positions are filled on a rolling basis; earlier applicants have a better
chance of finding a lab section that fits their schedule.

Although this internship is not a paid position, ULA's from previous years
found this to be a valuable experience for many reasons.


Contact Person: Richard Stewart, Ph.D.
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Contact Phone Number: 55475

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