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Instructional Student Assistant, Department of Anthropology
Description: Graduate Students needed to assistant Anthropology faculty teaching Upper Division Anthropology General Education classes. Responsibilities may include some or all of the following: (1) read and evaluate student papers; (2) Proctor examinations; (3) evaluate student assignments; (4) evaluate student examinations: (5) maintain /submit student records (grades) (6) show videos/films to the class. We are looking for ISAs to assist in the following courses:
- 305: Individual and Culture
- 308: Women, Sex Roles, and Culture
- 310: Language In Culture: Anthro Linguistics
- 315: Third World Culture
- 319: Prehistoric Archaeology
- 326: Introduction to Folklore
Qualifications: Must be actively enrolled in Master' degree program in the Department of Anthropology at CSUN. Must demonstrate substantive understanding of the topic of course to which assigned.
To Apply: Interested students should submit a letter of inquiry indicating the course (s) for which they are applying and describing their academic preparation in that area of study. Applicants should also submit a short CV or resume highlighting their educational background and previous work experience that is relevant to the ISA position. Please request a letter of recommendation from a CSUN Anthropology faculty member, to be sent directly to the address below. Send your application to:
Dr. Cathy Costin, Chair
Department of Anthropology
Sierra Hall 232
California State University, Northridge
Review of applications begins August 15, 2014.