Description, Responsibilities, and Qualifications
This position will support the TE360 (Lectures in Engineering Entrepreneurship) class required of all Engineering City Scholars, which is a program that brings Grainger College of Engineering students to Chicago for a semester-long internship program.
- Assist with teaching 1 section of TE 360 (approximately 30 students)
- Travel every Thursday to Chicago for class meeting
- Meet weekly with TE360 instructors and City Scholars staff
- Post and moderate weekly online discussion questions
- Prepare weekly guest presenter bios and relevant readings
- Manage grading and assignments on Canvas
- Conduct professional development training and activities for students
- Ability to be in Chicago on Thursdays from 10:30am-1:30pm during the academic semester
- Graduate student at the University of Illinois in a program that has not been designated as cost-recovery or self‐supporting
- Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong ability to work on a self-directed basis, as well as, collaboratively
- Native English speaker or a qualifying score of the TOEFL iBT, iELTS, or the English Proficiency Interview (EPI)
- Graduate student in Grainger College of Engineering
- Higher education teaching experience
- Experience mentoring undergraduate students
- Interest in entrepreneurship and technology
Compensation is commensurate with current University of Illinois policies on graduate student stipends and waivers.
Evaluation of qualified applicants will begin immediately and continue until a candidate is selected. Interested candidates should submit a resume/CV and short letter of interest outlining how you meet the posted qualifications.
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