GSI - CLCIV 101 (Fall 2022)

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Course Description


Appointing Academic Unit:  Department of Classical Studies

Anticipated Bargaining Unit Title:  Graduate Student Instructor

Anticipated Term of Appointment:  Fall 2022

Anticipated Appt. Effort: 50%

The Department of Classical Studies in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts at the University of Michigan seeks qualified applicants for a part time, one term position to begin August 29, 2022.  This position is pending final approval.

CLCIV 101 class is a Freshman Year Writing Requirement class and thus the students complete numerous writing assignments. 


Duties and responsibilities for this GSI position are teaching one in person discussion section of a course in Classical Civilization: CLCIV 101 – Introduction to Greek Civilization.  In addition to teaching and grading responsibilities the instructor will be required to attend all CLCIV lectures, hold office hours for students, provide appropriate syllabus and course materials electronically, attend weekly meetings with the faculty instructor and other GSIs.

Required Qualifications*

Enrollment in a graduate program in Classical Studies, Ancient History, Classical Archaeology or a related humanities field.

Desired Qualifications*

Knowledge of Greek civilization and history and experience teaching Classical Civilization courses at the college level.  Experience in teaching writing classes.

Contact Information


Decision Making Process

Applications will be evaluated based upon demonstrated subject matter expertise, successful performance in the classroom, and the needs of the department.

Selection Process

Review of applications will commence August18 and the anticipated date by which an offer will be made is August 22.

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