Teaching Fellow Needed for IGA 516/SOC 180: Law, Science and Society in America

Professor Sheila Jasanoff, Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Harvard Kennedy School, is looking for two teaching fellows for her spring class, Law Science and Society in America. The class meets on Monday and Wednesday, 10-11am, with a weekly section to be arranged.

The course description can be found here: http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k97354&login=yes TFs are required to attend lecture and listen actively. All TFs are responsible for teaching at least one section, holding one office hour per week, and attending weekly TF meetings. TFs will also assist in development of course assignments, section plans, and exams. TFs will grade assignments and the final exam which takes place in early to mid-May.

Applicants should work well as a team and individually to accomplish course goals and prepare materials by specific deadlines. Applicants should also have good communication and public speaking skills in addition to a desire to mentor approximately 15‐18 undergraduate students. Teaching experience is desired, particularly at the undergraduate or graduate level.

Interested students should contact Professor Jasanoff at  sheila_jasanoff at harvard.edu and/or Shana Rabinowich, STS Program Administrator, at  shana_rabinowich at hks.harvard.edu. Compensation will be the standard GSAS salary rate for Teaching Fellows for 2013‐14.

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