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Engr Physics Teaching Asst Application
EP Teaching Asst Application
The EP Dept Chair and faculty determine which instructors/courses may have an open TA position. Usually only a limited number of positions are available.
The purpose of this application is to standardize how information is collected from applicants; to provide a central repository the Dept Chair and faculty can access for review; and to provide data tables related to TA support.
Please supply the following information to be considered for an EP teaching assistantship. The Dept Chair and related faculty will review and assign TA positions. If approved, the Dept will forward an appointment letter outlining the position percentage, time period, and rate of pay.
Last Name, First Name, Middle Name
HOME ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT
What Dept are you officially associated with?
WHO IS YOUR FACULTY ADVISOR?
FACULTY ADVISOR'S EMAIL ADDRESS
SEMESTERS COMPLETED AT UW
TEACHING ASST INTERESTS
Choose by semester or full academic year
MAJOR AREA OF STUDY OR INTEREST
Indicate which department program best fits your knowledge and skills.
EP Dept courses usually supported by Teaching Assts
EMA 201 Statics
EMA 202 Dynamics
EMA 303 Mechanics of Materials
EMA 540 Experimental Vibration and Dynamic System Analysis
Describe courses you are interested in and why.
Summarize your teaching, grading, lecture, tutor or related experience. Indicate how familiar you are with course content.
Note: The SPEAK Test is the institutional version of the Test of Spoken English (TSE), which is administered by the Educational Testing Service. The SPEAK test measures oral proficiency. Students may find a sample test at
. UW campus SPEAK Test information and test dates can be found at:
To teach you must pass this speak test or score a 26/30 on the speaking portion of the iBT TOEFL test or equivalent.
You are required to pass the SPEAK test before being considered for an appointment.
I need to take the SPEAK test
Have taken and will submit a copy of the results
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