Enrolled Graduate Student Schedule Request Form 2019-20

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Background Information
Files must be less than 200 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
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Course Preferences
Please list the courses you would like to teach in the 2018-19 academic year, in order of preference. You can find a list of applicable courses at the end of this form.
Note: Non-Funded Graduate Students/GA's may teach no more than 2 sections each semester.
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Scheduling Availability
Indicate all of the days and times you are able to teach for each semester. Instructors can expect to alternate between MWF and TuTh schedules each semester. Every effort will be made to accommodate scheduling preferences, but individual requests may have to yield to departmental demands.
Note:For Fall & Non-Funded Graduate Students/GA's only
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All Courses
Having noted your preferences above, please select all of the courses you are interested in teaching for the 2019-20 academic year. Note that not all courses will be offered every semester and course offerings are subject to change.
Please note: the assignment of 2 discussion sections equals one full course.
ENGL101 course assignments are made in consultation with the Director of Academic Writing.
From time to time enrolled graduate students do teach in the Professional Writing Program (ENGL390-398). These assignments usually are made on an ad hoc basis in consultation with the director of Professional Writing. Should you be interested and feel you are qualified to teach one of these courses please indicate your interest and include the particular course(s) of interest within the comment box above.
Creative Writing course assignments are made by the Director of Creative Writing in consultation with the Associate Chair and are generally reserved for MFA students.
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Summer and Winter Terms
Please check each term you would like to be considered to teach. You must be comfortable with and have experience teaching in online and blended formats.
     
This form should be completed by enrolled graduate students in the following categories: funded PhD students; funded MFA students; MA students funded on partial TA-ships; and PhD, MFA, and MA students who have already have or are about to come off of funding packages and want to be considered for teaching assignments. Generally, students who enter the MA program without funding are not eligible for teaching assignments.

If you are confident that you will graduate from your program in May 2019 and want to be considered for teaching in 2019-2020, you should complete the separate scheduling request form for Professional Track Faculty (PTK). If you have questions about the category that applies to you, please contact the associate chair (Zita Nunes) or the assistant director of scheduling (Michele Drummond).

Graduate student teaching assignments are determined by several factors: a student's year in the program, declared preferences, and teaching history; and departmental priorities and needs. In general English PhD students teaching for the first time can expect to teach ENGL 101. We endeavor to provide all students with a variety of teaching experiences and courses across the years of a student's academic program. For example, a PhD student who has taught stand alone 200-level courses over several semesters can expect to be assigned ENGL 101 in a subsequent semester.

Please submit this form no later than Friday, February 1, 2019.

     
Please print out a copy of your completed form for your records prior to selecting the submit button on the bottom of this form because you will not be able to return to it.
     
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