Math Upper Level CA Application, spring courses

Please submit this form by the Sunday of Thanksgiving break. You will hear back in late December or in early January if you are selected.

Please resubmit this form if your plans or preferences have changed. Only your most recent submission will be taken into account.

Submissions received after the Sunday of Thanksgiving break will be reviewed only if needed.

For questions about upper level CA positions, see here: http://www.math.harvard.edu/upperlevelcas/

Contact: Rosalie Belanger-Rioux (rbr@math.harvard.edu).

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Your First and Last Name *

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Your Concentration / Department (or your best guess if you have not declared yet)

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Which spring course(s) would you like to be a CA for?

Please select only those that apply, indicating just one course as your "Top Choice".

Top Choice

Very Interested

Somewhat Interested

Math 22b

Math 23b

Math 23c

Math 25b (preference is given to the fall CAs for this course, but you can apply in case we need someone)

Math 55b (preference is given to the fall CAs for this course, but you can apply in case we need someone)

Math 102

Math 110

Math 112

Math 113

Math 117

Math 118r

Math 123

Math 129

Math 130

Math 132

Math 137

Math 141b

Math 154

Math 155r

Math 157

If you feel you are qualified for being a CA of a spring graduate level course, please list that course(s) here. Note: undergraduates are rarely chosen for such jobs, but if the need were to arise, we'd love to know about you.

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Please list your relevant experience, if any.

Have you CA'd before, and if so which course(s). Have you tutored or taught in other ways, in math or other subjects?

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What math courses have you taken / are you taking? What grades did you get?

Please mention all lower and upper level math courses, and your final letter grade for each. You can also mention stats, applied math or other courses you think make you a stronger candidate.

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In a few sentences, tell us why you are interested in this job!

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Your house

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