The Graduate Assistantship Program allows admitted graduate students the opportunity to gain valuable academic and workplace experience in exchange for a tuition waiver or stipend.
Research assistants are involved with literature searches, data collection, entry or analyses, proofreading manuscripts, formatting research posters, professional scholarly submission or co-authorship of literature.
Teaching assistants gain experience with course preparation, grading of assignments, guest lectures/facilitations, rubric data entry, online coursework development, or prepared presentations.
Graduate students are involved with student recruitment, database management, website review, website updates, or special projects.
Types of opportunities include research, teaching, and administrative assistantships and work in:
For additional questions and information, please contact the Office of Graduate Academic Affairs ([email protected]) or stop by Mercy Hall, room 221.
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