Additional Teaching Opportunities
Graduate students in the Division of Art History have the opportunity to teach as instructor of record.
- The applicant must be an ABD (all but dissertation) doctoral candidate in good standing with a record of successful teaching assistant experience. A brief letter of endorsement from his/her Dissertation Adviser must accompany the TA application form indicating interest in teaching as an instructor of record.
- Guidelines from the College of Liberal Arts and the Graduate College require that courses taught independently by graduate students must be restricted to undergraduate enrollment. Therefore, the Art History faculty only consider lower-division courses.
- Graduate students can only propose courses that are not being taught by an Art History professor in any given semester.
- Teaching appointments as instructors of record will not be finalized until the Art History faculty has reviewed and approved a detailed syllabus from the graduate student.