Undergraduate Teaching and Learning Assistants in the Chemistry Department are students who have excelled in their Chemistry classes and are interested in helping other students learn.

Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (UTAs) primarily assist with course logistics (e.g. proctoring, grading). UTAs can support active learning in class if they have completed, or are actively enrolled in, CHM4942: Instructional Experiences for Undergraduate Chemistry.

Undergraduate Learning Assistants (ULAs) provide support to students in courses that involve active learning (e.g. problem solving sessions, flipped classroom, team-based learning, problem-based learning, etc.). All ULAs are required to complete, or be actively enrolled in, CHM4942: Instructional Experiences for Undergraduate Chemistry.

 

Applications / Deadlines

Fall 2024 CHM4942 applications deadline: rolling.

Questions?

Contact UTA / ULA Coordinators