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Graduate Student Teaching Application Form

Please carefully follow the instructions and provide all information requested. Submit this form by the due date, which were specified to you in an email inviting you to apply for a teaching position.

* Required Field

*Semester/term for which you are applying to teach:

*First Name:       *Last Name:

*USF Email address:

*Phone number(s):

*Faculty advisor's name:      *Email address:   

*Area of concentration:

*Year of admittance:

*Year in the Ph.D. program:

*Are you an international student?

*Do you have or will you have before the semester for which you are applying a master’s degree in psychology, or a master’s degree in a different field AND 18 hours of graduate coursework in psychology?

*Do you have a certification to teach online?

*Teaching Preferences (See Dr. Noll's GTA Course List spreadsheet for details):

Course-Relevant Experience
Rank Role Course Title Teaching Training/
Research
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*If none of your listed preferences are available, do you wish to be considered for other courses?
If yes, please explain:

*Do you have or anticipate any other form of support (e.g., fellowship, scholarship, research or teaching assistantship, I/O or clinical paid placement in the community) for all or part of the appointment period for which you are applying?

If yes, please explain:

Comments:
 

Before submitting this teaching application, please discuss with your advisor on record your teaching preferences and other anticipated forms of support you provided above. Your advisor will receive an email copy of your teaching application.

By submitting this form, I certify that I have previously discussed my teaching preferences and other anticipated forms of support with my advisor and I am submitting this request for a graduate teaching assignment with my advisor’s explicit approval.


   

Please contact Shaine Blanco at smblanco@usf.edu for technical problems.