Graduate Teaching Opportunities

CRES Graduate Lectureships - Application for 2021-2022 has closed

CSRPC invites graduate students from any department to apply to teach a self-designed course on the topic of race/ethnicity. Please note that you will be required to upload your own detailed course syllabus along with your application. You may submit multiple course proposals/syllabi along with your application. Interdisciplinary courses are welcome. Courses may be at the introductory or advanced level.

Eligibility: Advanced graduate students (Ph.D. candidates with at least one chapter of the dissertation written) in any discipline at the University of Chicago are encouraged to apply. Students applying to teach in other departments may not teach the same course for CSRPC during that academic year. All applicants must have completed their preliminary exams (or equivalent) by October 1, 2021.

Salary:  For those who started before Autumn 2016 - $5,000-$6,000 depending on status. For those who started Autumn 2016 or after - TBA. 

 

CRES BA Preceptor - Application for 2021-2022 has closed

The CRES BA preceptor assists undergraduate CRES majors with their BA thesis papers/projects. The preceptor teaches a two quarter-long BA Colloquium (in Autumn and Winter Quarters) designed to introduce students to a range of qualitative research methods and to help determine which method would fit a research project of their own design in the field of race and ethnic studies. In Spring Quarter, the preceptor hosts office hours and provides feedback to CRES majors. 

Eligibility: Advanced graduate students (Ph.D. candidates with at least one chapter of the dissertation written) in any discipline at the University of Chicago are encouraged to apply. Students applying to teach in other departments may not teach the same course for CSRPC during that academic year.

Salary: $7,500-$9,000 (for the entire 2021-2021 academic year), depending on status. Office space in the CSRPC will be provided as well. 

 

Colonizations Lectureships and Internships - Application deadline TBD (Winter 2021)

(applications managed by The College)

Colonizations, one of the core Civilizations sequences for undergraduates is mananged by CSRPC, but the College runs the internship/lectureship application process. An internship in this sequence is a one quarter commitment. Interns and lecturers may come from any department, but must be working in an area of study related to the subject matter covered in the sequence. Graduate students must have completed a teaching internship before applying for a lectureship.More information about the responsibilities can be found here. Please check their website for updates. 

Eligibility: Teaching Internships are open only to UChicago PhD students. UChicago PhD students must have completed a teaching internship before applying for a lectureship.

Salary: Standard College salary based on graduate student status