Becoming a Biology teaching or laboratory assistant

2016-2017 Instructors and TAs for BIO 2129/2130

Instructors and TAs for BIO 2129/BIO 2130 (Anatomy and Physiology), 2016-2017
Back row L to R: Katie Ahearn, Annie Miller, Carla van Rooyen, Claudia Zarcula, Tara Yanez, Dr. Janet Bester-Meredith
Front row: Dr. Elena Brezynski, Grace Andrews, Chelsea Gold, Anne Rasmussen, Zoe Shelton.

Students play an important and valuable role in supporting the many labs taught in the Biology department.  Students can serve as teaching assistants, working with faculty to assist in running the lab, answering students' questions, and grading assignments.  Students can also serve as laboratory assistants (or "preppers"), preparing the media, reagents and supplies needed for each lab.

Students who are interested in becoming a teaching or laboratory assistant may approach the course instructor, and/or submit an application to the Biology Laboratory Coordinator (in Eaton 212). Applications are generally accepted starting in registration week for the following quarter.