Graduate Assistantships, including Research Assistantships and Graduate Teaching Assistantships are one way for graduate students to finance their educational studies at Florida Atlantic University. Assistantships are intended to attract high-quality, degree seeking students and provide them with professional experiences while at FAU that will prepare them for their future work.
The process of obtaining an assistantship is competitive. Assistantships are available in many academic departments and administrative offices, although availability varies by the field of study, type of degree, and degree level. Students interested in applying for an assistantship should contact their graduate programs directly.
Current opportunities are listed below. For more information, visit the Graduate College.
Dr. Colin Polsky, Director of FAU’s Center for Environmental Studies, has an opening for one or more Ph.D. students to serve in a Research Assistant role starting fall semester 2015. This NSF project examines how people and societies adapt to changing environmental conditions. Skills in quantitative and qualitative reasoning are needed. A background in both social science and natural science is helpful. Contact Dr. Polsky at email@example.com. (Posted January 2015)
The Math Labs are looking for undergraduate math lab tutors for the fall semester. A minimum GPA of a 3.0 is required along with an assessment in the area in which you will be tutoring. Any further questions, please contact Sonia Kimbrough, Math Lab Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Math Learning Center is hiring undergraduate tutors. Tutors must do well on an exam in the topic they wish to tutor to gain an interview. We will hire in only the Spring and Fall semesters, not the summer. Any further questions, please contact Brittanney Amento, Assistant Director Math Learning Center and eTutoring at email@example.com.