Education and Allied Studies
- Hours and Wages – 10-20 hours per week in exchange for tuition and fees (excluding graduation fee) for up to 9 credit hours in the fall and spring semesters (a total of 18 credit hours) and a stipend paid twice per month (September-May).
- Qualifications – Full-time, matriculated, degree-seeking graduate student in a School Psychology or Education program. Graduate assistants must be able to work 10-20 hours per week during the day- mornings and afternoons. Those working other jobs full-time, or doing full-time student teaching, would not be able to meet the requirements for this position. Applicants need to be flexible, self-motivated, reliable, and be able to work on campus when needed during the day. Previous experience in a research class, or doing research, is preferred.
- Responsibilities – The graduate assistants support faculty with their research, teaching, or service work. This may involve a number of different roles depending on the needs of the faculty member, such as copying, doing literature reviews, collecting data, entering data into computer programs, transcribing interview tapes, analyzing data, and assisting faculty with program accreditation work. Assistants may also be asked to support faculty members with their classes, or complete some of their work hours in field sites outside of the university.
Dr. John Rausch