Teaching Opportunity for Undergraduates!

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.

BISP 195 Info Session