Graduate assistantships at the Schreyer Institute
Do you love teaching? We do, too. Our graduate instructional consultant assistantships provide extensive training in instructional consulting and faculty development.
What are the benefits of an assistantship at SITE?
- Advanced training in teaching and learning practices
- Experience in providing consultations to faculty and graduate students
- Enhance your competitiveness for the academic job market
- Prepare for a potential career in instructional consulting and faculty development
Conditions and Requirements
- Must enjoy teaching
- Must have one or more semesters of autonomous teaching experience
- Passed all aspects of Comprehensive Exams before May 15, 2018. Comprehensive Exams are taken after the Candidacy Exams and after completing all graduate coursework; see “Comprehensive Examination”
- Already met the two-semester residency requirement and be currently in-residence; see Ph.D. “Residence Requirement”
- Maintain full-time academic status; see “Continuous Registration”
- Agree to register for only full-time SUBJ 601 thesis preparation credits in your graduate degree program; see details under “Continuous Registration”
For more information, see our Conditions and Requirements Form.
If you're interested
- Contact Chas Brua for more information and application materials.