May 3, 2021

The STARS Program in the College of Engineering is looking for a graduate student Chemistry TA for next year.  The full details can be found on Handshake:

STARS supports highly motivated Washington state residents from low-income backgrounds and underserved high schools to graduate with degrees in engineering and computer. STARS provides a comprehensive set of resources and services to a select cohort of roughly 30 students per year. The program is intensely rigorous and takes a “no-holds barred” approach to working hard to achieve personal, academic, and professional success. Our Chemistry TA plays a pivotal role in this results-centered program. Serving as the STARS Chemistry teaching assistant provides an excellent opportunity for a graduate student interested in sharpening their teaching skills as the program provides guidance and regular feedback. It is also an excellent way to have a meaningful experience to describe in a diversity statement for future faculty candidates.

The program is seeking a TA to support STARS students in our supplemental workshops for chemistry. Qualified candidates will demonstrate competency in chemistry. Preference will be given to Ph.D. students interested in developing excellent teaching skills, promoting diversity in STEM fields.