CPSC 2019 Fall ULA Application
Thank you for your interest in joining as a CPSC teaching assistant ULA for Fall 2019!
Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Because staff allotments are not finalized until the end of shopping period, that is usually when the last positions are filled. Not every class listed on this application will necessarily ultimately hire ULAs.
Note that CS50/CPSC 100 and CPSC 201 have completed their hiring.
Pay is $18.50 Most classes will expect between 7.5 and 10 hours of work per week, primarily consisting of grading, office hours, and a staff meeting. Some classes may hire graders at $15/hr instead of ULAs. If you have any other questions, comments, or concerns, please e-mail the relevant instructor of record.
Remember, interviewing and hiring decisions are made by the instructor of record for each class, subject to final class size, and approval by the department and the TF office. You may only serve as a ULA for one course each semester (university-wide), and may work at most 19.5 hours/week in all campus jobs combined. First-years are not eligible to be ULAs and master's students are not eligible in their first semester.
Major (or likely major)
Current overall GPA
There is no minimum GPA requirement to apply, nor a specific grade cutoff for the classes you wish to TA
Please check all of the classes you would be interested in applying to be a ULA or TF for. All are paid roles. You may apply for courses even if you have not taken them.
N.B. If you are interested in applying to work for a different CPSC course in Spring 2019, please visit and bookmark
, which will ultimately provide additional information.
CPSC 150 - CompSci&ModrnIntellctualAgenda - Gelernter, David
CPSC 183 - Law, Technology, & Culture - Rosen, Brad
CPSC 202 - MathematiclToolsForComputerSci - Angluin, Dana
CPSC 223 - DataStructres&ProgrmmngTechnqs - Glenn, James
CPSC 257 - Real-World InformationSecurity - Slade, Stephen
CPSC 276/376 - Intro Digital Humanities - Brown, Benedict
CPSC 323 - SystemsProgramng&ComputerOrgzn - Eisenstat, Stanley
CPSC 334 - Creative Embedded Systems - Petersen, Scott
CPSC 422/522 - OperatingSysDesign&Implemntatn - Shao, Zhong
CPSC 427/527 - Object-Oriented Programming - Fischer, Michael
CPSC 431/531 - Algorithmic Computer Music - Petersen, Scott
CPSC 436/536 - The HW/SW Interface - Bhattacharjee, Abhishek
CPSC 437/537 - Intro to Database Systems - Silberschatz, Abraham
CPSC 446/546 - Data and Info. Visualization - Rushmeier, Holly
CPSC 453/553 - Machine Learning for Biology - Krishnasway, Smita
CPSC 454/554 - Software Analysis&Verification - Piskac, Ruzica
CPSC 455/555 - Economics and Computation - Cai, Yang
CPSC 459/559 - Building Interactive Machines - Vazquez, Marynel
CPSC 460/560 - TheoreticalMethodsInComputrSci - Bridy, Andy
CPSC 462/562 - Spectral Graph Theory - Spielman, Daniel
CPSC 463/563 - Algorithm via Continuous Optim - Vishnoi, Nisheeth
CPSC 469/569 - Randomized Algorithms - Aspnes, Jim
CPSC 472/572 Intelligent Robotics - Scassellati, Brian
CPSC 474/574 - Comp Intelligence for Games - Glenn, James
CPSC 475/575 - ComputatlVision&BiologPerceptn - Zucker, Steven
CPSC 610 - Tpics in Cmptr Sci and Law - Feigenbaum, Joan
CPSC 634 - Building an Internet Router - Soule, Robert
CPSC 679 - Movie&Game Physics Simulation - Kim, Theodore
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