TA POSITION FOR APBI 415 W2 JAN-APR 2024 NEEDED
APBI 415 January to April 2024
Email contact information –email@example.com
This course will introduce students to animal behavior, application of principles and research methods of animal behavior, practical problems in the care of farm, companion, wild, and research animals; and in animal training and human-wildlife conflict.
Use detailed marking guides to mark class assignments, projects and final presentations. Submit the verified marks to the instructor. Be available for occasional office hours at particular times prior to assignments/projects being due and be able to correspond by email when needed. Meet with students after assignments have been returned to refer unresolved queries about grading to the instructor. Assist with posting lectures and assignments to canvas and other communications. Attend some of the lectures to assist instructor with activities during the lecture.
Minimum qualifications and skills
Education and knowledge requirements: Preference may be given to graduate students in Applied Animal Biology and/or candidates with good understanding of animal behavior and/or research methodology. Certificates in any continued education in counselling methods/skills will be considered as an asset.
Skills: Ability to correspond effectively with the instructor and to ask questions when uncertain about grading responsibilities. Very good organizational skills. Ability to maintain accuracy and attention to detail (marking assignments, entering data into spreadsheets). Ability to communicate effectively with the students with their questions. Ability to navigate Canvas and Zoom very well to assist with tasks associated.
Few more details about the course:
Course code – APBI 415 001
Delivery – In person, Location: Neville Scarfe building, Room#200
January 2024 to April 2024
Weekly Schedule – Tuesdays & Tuesdays, 11am-12:30pm
If interested please apply through the LFS TA Application, email me above and provide a recent CV.
Jane (Yanne) Stojkov, DVM, PhD (He/Him)
Faculty of Land and Food SystemsUniversity of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC Canada