Do you want to work in the Spanish Department?
Check out the different types of employment that the Spanish Department offers.
A Teaching Assistant’s duties are to prepare and conduct bi-weekly drill sessions (Tuesdays and Thursdays for 65 minutes) that provide students with additional oral practice, to be available outside of the sessions for those students seeking help, and to correct quizzes and exams that have been prepared by the professor.
While the Teaching Assistants do receive instructions from the coordinator and advice from the professor teaching the class, they are in charge of their own section. It is a job that requires intelligence, imagination, dedication and maturity. They are trained, observed, evaluated and coordinated weekly by Diane Pearsall, Senior Lecturer in Spanish and the Coordinator of the Spanish Teaching Assistants.
Interested in this position? Send an e-mail to Diane Pearsall
Student workers are students employed to work with a faculty member in the department. This work may involve grading, helping with a faculty member's research, copying, etc.
Student workers may also be employed in the Dept. Office doing various office duties given by the Administrative Assistant or various faculty.
Interested in this position? Send an e-mail to Mary Tatge