TAs and LTTAs assignments

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Spring 2014 TA assignments (UW NetID required. DO NOT  "request access," instead consult the two links above if needed, or watch the SIGNING OUT of gmail video (you may need to resize your window to view the entire video screen)).

  • Jan 8, 2014: All Math TAs should have their Spring 2014 TA assignment. 

  • April 7, 2014: COMING SOON: request for your FALL 2014 schedule and preferences. DON"T MISS IT!


LTTAs: (Limited Term Teaching Assistants)

LTTA hiring for FALL 2014 will begin on the 2nd week of August 2014. Information on how to apply will be posted on this page. We expect over 200 applicants for about 35 LTTA positions

  • Current UW Madison Graduate students only

  • LTTAs who have successfully worked for the UW Math Dept before will have priority 

  • UW-Madison SPEAK TEST is required (ask YOUR home dept to sign you up for the test) 

  • TA/LTTA training will take place the week of August 25 to 29, 2014. 

This is a very fluid process up until the 1st day of classes, unfortunately, as undergraduate students register for (or drop out of) TA sections and as research funding (or other TA positions) for graduate students materializes or evaporates in late August. 

  • We rehired 40% of our Fall 2013 LTTAs for SPRING 2014. LTTA assignments began Jan 8, 2014. 

GRADERS: A few grading positions will be available, typically on the 2nd week of classes once enrollments have stabilized. These grading positions are paid an hourly wage and require submitting time sheets. Most  grader positions require advanced knowledge of Mathematics since they are typically for advanced Mathematics courses. 

NOTE: Make sure that you are qualified for the position before applying. Consult the course description and be ready to provide evidence that you are qualified to grade for the particular course. Most of these positions are for advanced mathematics courses (junior, senior or graduate level for math majors) that require mathematical education significantly beyond that of a typical undergraduate engineering degree.

Available grader positions (1/9/2014):

  1. No positions posted yet

 


The following links may not be up to date:

Further Background information about LTTAs

General information for Math TAs

Information about the Math Dept Graduate program