STUDENT EDITOR POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Nursing Dean's Office - Academic Programs
Student Peer Editors Needed, All Academic Quarters
Position to begin immediately
Reports to the Academic Services Coordinator to provide peer editing for students who request editing services for their academic assignments.
- Student editors can edit student assignments, academic papers, scholarship/fellowship applications or other SON student role related work.
- Student editors provide assistance with general paper organization, grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, flow of ideas, and simple APA format.
Demonstrated expertise in editing and writing academic and scientific papers. Previous editing experience is preferred.
Maximum 8 hours per week (20% effort). Student editor can accept or reject assignments based on schedule and own workload
$16.22 per hour
Linda M. Sawyer, PhD, RN, CNS
Telephone: 415-502-7632 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Assistants (T.A.)
Teaching Assistant (T.A.)
N262 B : Utilization of Research in Evidence-Based Practice
Winter and Spring Quarter 2014
Position, Effective Dates, Time required, and compensation
- February 3 2014 – March 30, 2014 Hourly (without remission) (weekly hours are flexible)
- March 31-June 13 50% (20 hours/week) with tuition remission
Winter - Course development on Moodle
Spring –TA for an online course
- Advanced Moodle skills are desireable.
- Assist with development of online course and PowerPoint presentations
- Access internet resources
- Monitor participation, discussion board activity and content, contribute to discussion, monitor exam functionality on Moodle
- Assist in activity and homework feedback and grades
- Answer student email questions and discussion board questions
- Maintain gradebook
Previous teaching experience preferred. Previous experience with Moodle is desireable
Spring Class time: variable – asynchronous online course format
Contact: Janine Cataldo, PhD, APRN-BC, FAAN
Teaching Assistant: N 262A Advanced Scholarship in Research — Winter, 2014
N 262A is a core research course offered for 150 - 200 first year Masters students. The 10-week course includes 5 in-class lectures with optional small group seminars offered to follow-up on the lecture content and review the homework assignment. There are 5 weeks of a ‘flipped’ classroom with required seminars led by faculty or TAs. The TA will lead weekly seminars for the 10 weeks. The review seminars are led by the teaching assistant (TA) and include discussions on the lecture content and homework assignments in a small group setting. The TA-led seminars will be offered Wed. 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. and Wed. 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
The TA manages and updates the CLE Moodle site, provides ongoing support and tutors students who need assistance. The TA works closely with Abbey Alkon, RN PNP PhD, and Laura Wagner, PhD, RN, GNP, co-Faculty-of-Record, to develop homework questions, exam questions, rationale for multiple choice questions and discussion topics relevant to the course. The TA position requires 25% effort (130 hours per quarter) and supports tuition for the Winter 2014 Quarter.
If interested in the TA position, send a cover letter detailing prior research and teaching experience and resume by December 1, 2013 to
Laura Wagner (email@example.com).
N 270 Advanced Health Assessment
Research Assistant (R.A.)
UCSF Interprofessional Education Instructional Improvement Grant