New York watershed courses need teaching assistants
This Sustainability Undergraduate Program Applications are being accepted to support the two-day fall course SDEV 4550, “Watersheds in New York City: From Community Displacement to Collaboration and Climate Adaptation.”
Applicants must be full-time graduate students at Columbia University currently enrolled in a degree-granting program. Students worked an average of 10-20 hours per week before the two-day program (although this may vary throughout the semester), 10 hours per day on 1-2 October and 20 hours on 12-10 October . twenty one.
Only postgraduate applications are accepted.
Please submit a cover letter stating your interest in the position and resume (both in PDF format) here go through September 15.
SDEV 4550 | The New York City Watershed: From Community Displacement to Cooperation and Climate Adaptation
Instructor: Professor Paul Calais
- Prep Session: Wednesday, September 28, 4-6 p.m.
- Course Dates: Saturday 1st October – Sunday 2nd October
A graduate student is required to support the preparation and delivery of the two-day field course. Candidates will work closely with Professor Calais to successfully implement the programme on 1-2 October 2022.
Successful candidates will have great attention to detail, the ability to work with minimal supervision, and experience in supporting classes. Preference will be given to students who have previously attended the program.
Under the supervision of the professor, the candidate will help prepare the logistics of the class and assist with its implementation. Tasks will include but are not limited to:
- Distribute materials to students
- Answer student inquiries
- Be the second reader/rater for the assigned final paper, due October 12
- Other tasks required to support course preparation and implementation
Must be a full-time graduate student:
- Excellent organizational, communication and leadership skills;
- great attention to detail;
- Must be able to manage tasks and time with minimal supervision;
- Demonstrated interest and knowledge of the watershed community or the Catskill Mountains is preferred, but not required.