Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a TA? The Division of Biological Sciences will host an information session describing how undergraduates may participate in a program offering practical teaching experience under the mentorship of a Biology course instructor.
If you are interested in earning academic credit (in some cases applicable toward major requirements) as an Undergraduate Instructional Apprentice (commonly referred to as a TA) while enrolled in BISP 195, Introduction to Teaching Biology, you will want to attend.
If you have at least a 3.00 GPA, will have 90 completed units by the end of the Fall 2014 Quarter, and will be a registered UCSD Undergraduate student in the Winter 2015 Quarter, BISP 195, Undergraduate Instructional Apprenticeship may be for you!
To learn more, attend the Information Session next Thursday:
Thursday, October 23, 2014
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Bonner Hall 2130
Attendance at the information session is not required for participation in BISP 195. General information about UGIA opportunities can be found here: http://biology.ucsd.edu/education/undergrad/student-opp/instructional-asst/undergrad.html
Students who successfully complete one quarter of BISP 195 are eligible to be paid for future service as an Undergraduate Tutor, if selected for positions in subsequent quarters.