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Assistantship Clearinghouse

The Assistantship Clearinghouse lists assistantships available to graduate students at the University of Illinois. Please note that most assistantships are awarded by academic departments directly to their own students. This clearinghouse lists positions for which departments or other campus units seek additional applicants. Because posting change, please check frequently.

Units wishing to post available assistantships may use the online form.

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Research Assistantship – 25%-50%

Description: The Career Center (TCC) seeks a Research Assistant to serve as a member of the Research and Assessment Team, assisting with data analytics projects. This individual will compile, organize, analyze and report data related to the assessment and evaluation of programs and services...

Research Assistant for Career Services Assessment

The Career Center Research Assistantship – 25% - 50%

Description:       The Career Center (TCC) seeks a Research Assistant to serve as a member of the Research and Assessment Team, assisting with data analytics projects. This individual will compile, organize, analyze and report data related to the assessment and evaluation...

TA for 100-level Spanish

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Teaching Assistantship – 33-50

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is seeking a TA who can teach basic Spanish for us in Fall 2020. We can offer a 33% to a 50% appointment, with the possibility of rehire in the Spring. Appointments of 33% and higher will include a tuition and fee waiver. Duties include teaching, grading,...

M.S Research Assistantship: Fisheries eDNA Metabarcoding

Prairie Research Institute Graduate Assistantship – 50%

The Collaborative Ecological Genetics Laboratory at the Illinois Natural History Survey is seeking 1 MS student to conduct research quantifying fish communities in the Upper Midwest via genetic metabarcoding of environmental DNA (eDNA) samples. The student will be expected to develop, implement,...