Graduate Assistantship

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Deadline to Apply:

Friday, December 15, 2017, 5:00pm


United States

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The successful candidate will be a graduate student in Science Education (Curriculum and Instruction) where they will work for 5 hours per week as a research assistant. They will work for 15 hours per week primarily as a teaching assistant for RPTM 325 (Environmental Interpretation) in the fall; in the spring, they will be a teaching assistant for RPTM 430 (Environmental Education Methods and Materials) and a short-semester course, RPTM 297G (Maple Harvest Festival). The logistics of working between campus and Shaver’s Creek means that use of personal car for transport will be required. 

How to Apply:

Application Procedure: For more information on graduate studies and application processes see:

Further information: Please direct questions to Dr. Julia Plummer (Science Education), or Dr. Lucy McClain (Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center),