TA Assignments 2020-21

Fall 2020

*Tentative assignments, changes may be made*

Spring 2021

*Tentative assignments, changes may be made*

Summer 2021

*Tentative assignments, changes may be made*

NOTES:

Some of the above assignments may change.

  • ?denote assignments that are questionable, e.g. due to enrollment uncertainty
  • * denotes a first year graduate student
  • † denotes a special TAship for a 2nd - 5th year grad student
  • Italics denotes the TA has yet to confirm the appointment

 

IMPORTANT: 

All TAs and TFs are expected to be available during the full duration of the semester to which they are assigned, either Sept. 8 - Dec. 23, 2020, Jan. 11 - April 23, 2021, or May 3 - June 18, 2021 as well as through the awarding and submission of final grades. Please be sure that vacation or travel plans do not overlap with these dates, or with final exam and course grading periods. See the Registrar's website for the full Academic Calendar, including University holidays.

While TAs must be available for the full semester, TAs are not required to be on campus for courses that are being taught remotely. If you can safely complete your TA work from home, please do so. If you need to visit campus, please check in with the Psych Department Office to get up-to-date guidelines on how that may be done safely. If hybrid courses are permitted for the Spring 2021 and/or Summer 2021 semesters, remote work for some TAs will still be allowed as long as some aspect of the course's instruction remains online.

In addition, all TAs and TFs are expected to attend the TA Orientation meeting on September 3rd, 2020 at 3:00pm.

Responsibilities and privileges of TAs are outlined on the TA Resources Page. Please familiarize yourself with these well before the start of your TAship and discuss them with your course instructor. Learn how to operate the electronic classroom before your first class meeting. Graduate Teaching Fellows should also read the Graduate Student Teaching Guidelines.