Graduate Assistantship Openings
Graduate students that meet the minimum requirements and are interested in applying for a graduate assistantship should follow the proper steps to completing an application:
1. Contact your academic department for any openings
2. Fill out a general graduate assistantship application and turn it in to the Office of Graduate Education, 333 Wells Hall
3. View published openings of graduate assistantships listed below and contact the office directly if interested
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Courtney Noland, Coordinator of Domestic Graduate Recruitment at 270-809-5304.
The Racer Writing Center
The Racer Writing Center is currently seeking applications for graduate assistantships to work 20 hours per week as a writing consultants. All candidates must meet university guidelines for graduate assistants. Candidates should possess strong academic writing skills, including in-depth knowledge of mechanics, style, and argumentation, and work well with others. Writing consultants primarily spend their time working with clients (undergraduates, graduates, faculty, and staff) in helping to improve their ability to write effectively. In addition, writing consultants also perform tasks like data input, record keeping, and client scheduling. Scheduling is somewhat flexible and includes daytime, evening, and weekend hours and is arranged by the center's director and assistant director. Interested applicants should send a one page statement outlining their qualifications, area of study, and suitability for the position, as well as a writing sample which should be emailed directly (as an attachment) to Dr. Josh Adair, Racer Writing Center Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for application is April 30, 2014.