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SPRING 2021 GTA Application Form


APPLICATION DEADLINE 5 pm, Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Spring 2021 Schedule of Classes requiring teaching assistants

Spring 2021 schedule of Classes Requiring Teaching Assistants

Introductory Biology Courses (approximately 20 GTAs)
Julie Campbell, Laboratory Program Director, will assign the GTAs for
BIOL 100: Principles of Biology
BIOL 102: Principles of Biology Laboratory
BIOL 150: Principles Molecular & Cellular Biology
BIOL 152: Principles of Organismal Biology

Anatomy Courses (6 GTAs)
Victor Gonzales, Laboratory Program Director, will assign the GTAs for
BIOL 240: Fundamentals of Human Anatomy
BIOL 241: Anatomy Observation Laboratory
BIOL 442: Human Anatomy Dissection Laboratory

Majors & Upper Level Courses (? indicates that GTA assignment depends on number of student enrolled and availability of funding)
BIOL 350: Principles of Genetics (3 GTAs)
BIOL 412: Evolutionary Biology (4 GTAs)
BIOL 428: Introduction to Systematics (1/2 GTA?)
BIOL 583: Herpetology and lab (1/2 GTA?)

The number of GTAs assigned to a course depends on enrollment and availability funding and is subject to change. Specific information about the courses listed here can be found on the “Office of the University Registrar’s” website, Schedule of Classes (https://classes.ku.edu/Classes/ExternalDisplay.action).

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that EEB has implemented a deadline for withdrawing from Spring 2021 GTA assignments in order to prevent scheduling problems caused by withdrawals close to the start of classes. The last day for students to withdraw from their GTA appointment is Monday, January 4, 2021. Any requests for release from GTA duties after the January 4, 2021, deadline will not be granted. Mentors and students are urged to meet well in advance of the deadline to determine whether a student will be funded through a GRA or GTA position.

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