How to Apply
Mandatory: Please answer the following questions as part of your application.
- How is ‘intergroup relations’ important to your graduate studies?
- What is your experience working with intergroup relations?
- Describe your facilitation / teaching experience.
- Why do you want to teach with IGR?
Please upload the following in ONE document when applying online.
- Your answer to the questions above
- a vitae/resume
Please send the following direct to Lori Sherman at email@example.com
- a U.M. academic transcript, course evaluations from any courses taught,
- a letter of recommendation from a faculty member in your department.
The Program on Intergroup Relations is seeking graduate student instructors for two Fall Term courses: UC 320/Psych 310/Soc 320 Training for Intergroup Dialogue Facilitation and UC 321/Psych 311/Soc 321 Practicum for Intergroup Dialogue Facilitators. These two courses first train and then support, respectively, the student peer leaders who facilitate in IGR’s premiere intergroup dialogue program.
IGR GSIs are part of a dynamic teaching team of instructors and practitioners who meet weekly to plan and implement the course strategy. GSIs are equal partners in the grading, teaching, and evaluation of students in these courses. The GSI position is a 50% appointment.
Currently enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Michigan. Ability to effectively teach and evaluate undergraduate students.
Knowledge of intergroup relations, social justice education and/or experiential learning is strongly preferred.
Direct inquiries to Lori Sherman - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Decision Making Process
All applications will be submitted for review to lGR faculty/staff members. After review of applications, a short list of interviewees is developed and interviews are conducted. Each candidate is interviewed by two IGR faculty/staff using a protocol of questions. Decisions will be made and offers extended by the end of November/ early December. Applicants are notified at each point in the process.
Selection criteria include merit, teaching experience, and experience working with intergroup relations. Decisions will be made and offers extended by the end of March 2019.
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