Teaching assistantships (TAs) are appointed for specific courses by course instructors and paid directly through the UW. Priority for TA positions in the Department of Epidemiology is typically given to doctoral students in their second year and beyond.
Find a TA Position
Several of the larger, required epi methods courses, as well as some of the undergraduate epi courses, hire TAs every year. All open-hire opportunities for TA positions in the department are broadcast to students on a quarterly basis, and will also be posted here as they become available. Having performed well in the course, or having specialized skills or knowledge applicable to the course content, can be important factors in the hiring process.
- Teaching Assistant | EPI 588: Preparing Writing and Critiquing Scientific Research Proposals (25% FTE)
Apply by January 23, 2019
The student will be responsible for setting up the class slides and panapto recording for each class, maintaining the canvas website, posting and tracking student assignments, coordinating time/location for mock study sections to be held outside of class time, confirming speakers’ attendance, and other tasks as assigned by the instructors. To apply, provide a cover letter and CV to Larry Kessler (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Annette Fitzpatrick (email@example.com).
- Teaching Assistant | EPI 201: Outbreak Investigation and Response (25% FTE)
Apply by January 23, 2019
The student will be responsible for conducting quiz section meetings, facilitating discussions, holding regular office hours, tutoring students, and maintaining Canvas, among other tasks assigned by the instructor. To apply, provide a cover letter and CV to Janet Baseman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Publicly advertised TA opportunities from across the School of Public Health can be found on the SPH Student Funding and Opportunities webpage (UW NetID required).
Pay rates for TAs are determined by the Graduate School.
TA positions that total 20 hours a week for a quarter (or two 10 hour a week positions combined) cover tuition at the Washington state resident level (excluding fees). Out of state tuition can be waived if necessary.
Eligible TAs receive excellent health coverage – medical, dental, and vision care – through the Graduate Appointee Insurance Program (GAIP). Contact the program for questions about eligibility and enrollment.
If appointed, you are expected to abide by the Student Conduct Code and maintain good academic standing.
SPH pay rates for hourly Academic Student Employees are posted at http://sph.washington.edu/careers/hourly-pay-rates.asp.