Computer Science TA Application Fall 2017
Please fill out this form to apply to be a teaching assistant for the Fall 2017 semester. As always - one of the best things you can do when applying to TA is to talk directly to the professors you are interested in working with!

We will begin looking at applications around April 24, but will continue to hire through the first week of classes.

CS Department TA Hiring Policy:

1) Students with prior experience being a TA for the CS department (either for pay, credit, or volunteer) will be hired for pay whenever possible. Students can opt to add credit or volunteer extra hours if they so wish, but it is our goal to pay all returning TAs.

2) Students with no prior experience being a TA for the CS department should sign up for 1 credit of CS 2910 after being hired, which will account for 3 hours of TA effort per week for the semester. Faculty have the option of paying new TAs for work beyond these 3 hours if funds permit.

3) Students are allowed to TA for more than one course if they are given more than one offer.

4) If a student accepts a second TA position (either in our department or without), it is the student's responsibility to inform both professors of their intention.

5) The student must declare which position takes priority in the case of conflicting events (grading parties, office hours, meetings, etc.) and what the distribution of hours and duties will be for the two classes. The professor has the right to withdraw any employment offer after the student makes this declaration.

6) TAs can work over 10 hours per week on TAing duties if the hours are needed and available. Students must have one of the hiring professors send an email copying a) Dean Harriott, b) Beth Shannon, and c) other CS hiring faculty requesting permission to go over 10, but no more than 20, total hours working at the University.

CS 2910 - CS Education Practicum will not have set meeting times like other courses. It will be flexible to work with your schedule. Note that brand new TAs to the department should take this course; returning TAs may take it again if they prefer credit to pay. Note also that CS 2910 (CS Education Practicum, taken by TAs) ≠ CS 2190 (Computer Science Seminar, taken by 2nd-year BSCS majors).

Computing ID
i.e. mst3k
Your answer
Name
Last Name, First Name
Your answer
Graduation Year
Major
Required
Are you a work-study student?
Current CS Grades
(For your grade, just choose the letter band that your grade appears in - i.e B+/B/B- all should be marked B)
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B
C
D
F
Taking Now
Not Taken
CS 1XXX or AP
CS 2102
CS 2110
CS 2150
CS 3102
CS 3205
CS 3240
CS 3330
CS 4102
CS 4414
CS 4630
CS 4640
CS 4710
CS 4720
CS 4730
CS 4740
CS 4750
CS 4753
Positions
Rank up to 5 positions you are interested in. 1 = Top Choice
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2
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CS 1110
CS 1112
CS 1113
CS 2102
CS 2110
CS 2150
CS 3102
CS 3205
CS 3240
CS 3330
CS 4102
CS 4414
CS 4457
CS 4501 (Network Sec)
CS 4501 (Smart Worlds)
CS 4501 (Info Retrieval)
CS 4501 (Software Testing)
CS 4501 (Internet Scale Apps)
CS 4501 (Cyber Physical)
CS 4501 (Sullivan)
CS 4620
CS 4630
CS 4640
CS 4710
CS 4720
CS 4730
CS 4740
CS 4750
CS 4753
Which courses have you been a TA for?
If you have been a TA before, how many semesters have you worked?
Your answer
Which professors have you been a TA for before?
Your answer
Do you intend to enroll in CS 2910 next semester?
Note that brand new TAs to the department should take this course.
Why are you interested in being a TA?
Tell us more about yourself!
Your answer
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