Employment Opportunities

Undergraduate and Graduate Teaching Assistantship Positions

Application Deadlines

Fall 2020 applications are closed, all positions have been filled
Spring 2021 applications open in mid-November

Position Description

Undergraduate and Graduate students may apply for Teaching Assistant (TA) positions. TA's are typically scheduled to work 10 hours per week, but can vary depending on the position.

Students in this role provide general assistance to faculty in conducting their course work and facilitating a positive student learning experience.  The work typically involves activities such as grading assignments, conducting discussion/lab sessions, and holding office hours.  The specific responsibilities for each position will be assigned by the instructor.  

These courses listed below are anticipated to be offered for the fall semester, and not a guarantee a TA position will offered. Positions are always dependent upon budget and actual enrollment.

ENGR:1100 Intro to Engineering Problem Solving / *discussion
ENGR:1300 Intro to Engineering Computing (IEC) / *discussion
ENGR:2995 Intro to IA & Machine Learning
BME:2200 Systems, Instrum, & Data Acquisition / *lab
BME:2210 Bioimaging & Bioinformatics / lab
BME:2400 Cell Biology (lab attendance not required)
BME:2500 Biomaterials & Biomechanics / *lab
BME:2710 Engr Drawing, Design, & Solid Modeling
BME:4310 Computational Biochemistry
BME:5101 Biomaterials and Implant Design (formerly BME:5435)
BME:5210 Physics of Medical Imaging / Medical Imaging Physics
BME:5430 Biotransport
BME:5441 Numerical and Statistical Methods for Bioengineering
BME:5445 Stem Cells in Regenerative Engineering
BME:5520 Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics
BME:5530 Artificial Organs & Circ Implants Design
BME:5610 Musculoskeletal Biomechanics

*Multiple sections, you will be given the opportunity to indicate your availability for each section

Before you Apply

Before applying for a specific course, confirm you are available for the course times. You will be asked to provide the semester you completed the course, the instructor, and the grade you received, for all courses you apply. You will be asked one brief short answer question, to describe your interest in being a teaching assistant, with an opportunity to include any skills or experiences that lend themselves well to the position. 

Apply Now

Online Application (closed until mid-November)

If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Wait.