The following are typical semester assignments corresponding to a 100% appointment:
Two evening LET courses with grading
Two daytime lectures plus one associated discussion
Three CSE Calculus discussions, which meet three hours per week each
Four standard discussions that meet two hours per week each
Duties include preparing for and meeting during lecture and/or discussion sessions, keeping office hours, grading assignments and tests (daytime lecturers do not typically grade homework and quizzes), communicating with other instructors, recordkeeping, and proctoring.
Office hours: One hour per week for every hour in class. Exception: CSE Calculus discussions meet three hours per week, and two office hours per week are expected.
Other Expectations: Cooperating with the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Undergraduate Office, and Instructional Evaluation Committee, and completing the departmental questionnaire concerning coordination between discussion leader and lecturer for each course. Teaching specialists and lecturers are expected to help proctor and grade final exams, and to be available to meet until final exams have been graded, final grades have been determined at a final grade meeting, final grades have been submitted online, and grade records have been submitted to the Undergraduate Office.
Required: Masters or Ph.D. in Mathematics or related field.
Internal Number: 326458
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