The UGIA position is specifically for lab instruction and restricted to undergraduate students only. UGIAs may work up to 25 hours per week (20 hours per week for international students) and are paid $9 an hour for the first semester which increases to $10 an hour for subsequent semester. Job duties include the following:
- Attend 1 safety protocol meeting at the beginning of the semester
- Attend 1-2 hour weekly prep meeting on Friday afternoon
- Instruct assigned physics lab sections and record attendance
- Grade pre-lab and lab assignment and return weekly
- Hold 1 hour of office hours per lab section taught
Labs to teach:
- 1110 Conceptual Physics
- 1115 Algebra Based Mechanics, Thermodynamics
- 1125 Algebra Based Waves, Oscillations, Electricity, Magnetism, Circuits
- 1430 Calculus Based Mechanics
- 2425 Calculus Based Waves and Heat
- 2435 Calculus Based Electricity and Magnetism
**If you have completed 1430, you are eligible to teach 1115. If you have completed the whole calculus sequence, you are eligible to teach any lab. Please follow up with Dr. Stephen Ray at email@example.com for more information.
Student workers fulfill multiple roles in the Department of Physics. These individuals usually work directly with faculty on funded research projects. Student workers can be graduate or undergraduate, work up to 25 hours per week (20 hours per week for international students), and the pay ranges from minimum wage ($7.25 per hour) up to a maximum of $14 per hour. Individuals interested in this type of employment should follow up directly with faculty they are interested in working with to see if any positions are currently available in that research group.