Diversity & Community Studies
Students interested in pursuing the GWS Graduate Certificate may also be interested in a graduate assistantship. While there are a few positions available across campus, most departments hire their "own" graduate students. The GWS is compatible with several other programs and our students have enjoyed appointments with them.
Students who live locally: As soon as your application is complete, you may want to explore one of those opportunities. All applications for GAships are made to the program itself. Please contact the individual indicated.
University Experience Program Graduate Assistant
Primary Duties Include: Working directly with the University Experience Coordinator to administer the Library Skills Component of the UE course to over 800 students during the fall semester that includes teaching Library Skills Workshops, grading projects, maintaining UE class rosters, maintaining the Library Skills Master Course Blackboard Site and aiding in the assessment of the Library Skills Component. Additional duties: regular office tasks, representing the department/UE program at recruitment events, and aiding the research needs of the departmental faculty. Contact: Sara McCaslin firstname.lastname@example.org 270-745-6103.
Gender & Women's Studies
Primary duties include: working with the GWS director in coordinating various research and other initiatives within the program; assisting with publicity for the events calendar; supporting GWS faculty. Potential for teaching in the second year with GWS graduate certificate. Contact: Dr. Dawn Hall; email@example.com; 270.745-8944.