We are now accepting applications to become an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) in CSE115 and CSE116 for the 2023-24 academic year. The UTA position is a paid hourly position. Each semester of being a UTA, you will also earn 1 credit for CSE495 Supervised Teaching,
As a UTA, your responsibilities may include activities like:
* Teaching labs and recitations;
* Running review sessions;
* Holding office hours;
* Answering questions posted to Piazza;
* Proctoring exams; and
* Attending weekly staff meetings.
Students will be hired into the CSE115/CSE116 UTA pool and may be asked to assist in either course. While UTAs are assigned to 1 course each
term, they may change the course they assist between terms.
There are a few standards to apply. To be eligible for this position, you must be:
* in good academic standing at the University and within department
* complete CSE116 by the start of Fall 2023; and
* plan on enrolling as an undergraduate at UB for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Please note that there is no minimum grade required nor do you have to have a minimum number of credits. For many of the students we hire,
being a CSE115/116 UTA is their first experience as a TA or tutor; past experience is welcome, but not required.
If this sounds fun, interesting, and rewarding, please complete this application form before the April 21th deadline. After reviewing all of the applications, some candidates will be invited to schedule and give a short demonstration of their teaching for an audience of current instructors and UTAs. Those demonstrations will be held during finals week with offers made in the following week.
If you have any questions, or need any additional information, please email
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HYPER addresses challenges in aerospace travel and energy production, advancing the fundamental knowledge needed to overcome technical barriers limiting hypersonic flight. The 10-week program will be held this summer from May 21st – July 29th, 2023. Participants will gain hands-on research training in challenges such as: utilizing advanced manufacturing techniques for high-value components, integrating in-site monitoring of stress-strain evolution, developing novel methods for improved internal cooling and heat transfer effectiveness, and mitigating flutter through advanced rotor dynamic control. Many of these challenges rely on approaches that cut across disciplines and research techniques.
We are actively recruiting a diverse group of participants from a variety of universities. These students will:
• Conduct hands-on research guided directly by a faculty mentor and their graduate student(s)
• Interact with a diverse multidisciplinary team of researchers
• Visit the NASA Kennedy Space Center and various aerospace companies
• Participate in professional development workshops
• Gain in-depth training on numerical simulation software ANSYS
• Prepare for graduate school and a research-based career
Each HYPER REU participant will receive a summer stipend of $6,000, on-campus housing, and a travel allowance to and from Orlando, Florida. To learn more about the program, please visit our website at cater.cecs.ucf.edu/hyper/ or view the HYPER REU flyer (linked and pictured below).
Assisting new students in their transition to college at UB?
Building connections with peers and staff across campus?
Growing your individual leadership skills?
Making unforgettable memories?
Apply to join the 2021 Orientation Leader team! Orientation Leaders have the opportunity to share their unique UB stories with the incoming class and make an impact at the start of their journey by showing new students that they are supported; they can find others who share their identities, goals, and passions; and they matter and belong.
Summer Orientation 2021 will be a virtual program. Orientation Leaders will live on campus with their teammates this summer in order to have equal access to the technology/resources they need to successfully facilitate the program, as well as have opportunities to form connections with peers and staff!
The position is paid at a rate of $15.00 per hour for a total ranging approximately from $2,000 to $3,000, paid throughout Summer Orientation and Welcome Weekend. Please note: this is a pre-tax amount.
You will find detailed information about the position on UBLinked. You can apply by completing this application on UB Linked, which includes a Big Interview video activity — so don’t wait until the last minute because you will need to film part of your application!
We’ll be accepting applications through March 17 at 11:59 p.m.We welcome all undergraduate students, from all majors and backgrounds to apply.
For questions, please contact Val Luutran in Orientation, Transition and Parent Programs, email@example.com.
Office of Academic Integrity Student Ambassadors (OAISAs) are undergraduate and graduate students who work with the Office of Academic Integrity and exemplify the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility and courage in the learning and research processes. OAISAs play an integral role in promoting academic integrity on campus and professional integrity in the work field. The OAISA is a paid position. The Office will only consider completed applications. Completed applications have both a resume and a document with application question responses. Deadline for applications is March 13, 2020 at 5 PM.
OAISAs are students who:
Have UB Pride Understand the importance of having integrity, academically and professionally Want the opportunity to be involved on campus Display initiative Are professional and can provide mentorship to peer-students Can maintain strict confidentiality Can commit up to 5 hours/week to the position
Must be able to commit for a full academic year (Fall 2020 and Spring 2021) Must be available for an orientation during Spring 2020 semester and training the week before Fall 2020 semester begins (Dates: TBD) 2.5 GPA minimum
As a result of being an OAI Student Ambassador, students will gain: Leadership experience Opportunities to practice and improve their critical thinking abilities Hands-on practical experience (communication, outreach, event planning, writing/citation) Insight into the application of academic policy in higher education
Student Ambassador Roles and Responsibilities:
Participate in OAISA orientation and training Attend regularly-scheduled meetings Promote academic integrity at student move-in, welcome week, and exam time Develop and execute promotional campaigns to improve the awareness of academic and professional integrity on campus Engage with students through the OAI’s social media accounts Communicate to students about the value of integrity at UB and beyond (e.g., speak to classes, chalk the campus at exam time, coordinate study breaks with integrity messaging, etc.) Plan events around student needs related to academic integrity (e.g., time management workshops, stress reduction, limits of collaboration presentations, etc.) Provide 1-on-1 and group assistance to students on topics such as proper citation techniques (APA, MLA, Chicago), paraphrasing, referencing, and more Serve on adjudication committees to consider student appeals Present to groups and/or meet with students about the policy and corresponding processes Model integrity for peers both on and off campus
All applications will be submitted on UB Bullseye powered by Handshake.
Please include: An updated resume A Word document with answers to the following questions:
Why do you want to become an OAI Student Ambassador?
What experiences do you feel have prepared you to be an OAI Student Ambassador? In the response, please specify what roles and responsibilities most interest you and why.
With an unlimited budget, briefly describe one program or idea to promote academic integrity on campus?
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