Graduate Teaching Assistants

Faculty and students in Environmental Studies are supported by a handful of Graduate Teaching Assistants each semester. This page features contact information for our current GTAs, as well as information for prospective applicants.

Qualified graduate-level applicants (or students in the process of applying to graduate studies here at KU) will receive a stipend and alleviation of their tuition for the semester of employment. Health benefits are available. Before applying, please read the official Environmental Studies Program GTA Hiring Policy to see if you qualify for a position. The Program's GTA Hiring Policy is in compliance with the Provost's eligibility requirements and the certification of eligibility of graduate teaching assistants. For more information, please visit the Provost website.
 

 
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Environmental Studies Program, Fall 2018: EVRN 332, Spring 2019: EVRN 320
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Environmental Studies Program, Fall 2018: EVRN 140, Spring 2019: EVRN 142
Stacy Hendricks
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Environmental Studies Program, Fall 2018: EVRN 460, Spring 2019: EVRN 615
Lindley Hall, room 319
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Environmental Studies Program, Fall 2018: EVRN 140, Spring 2019: EVRN 142
Wescoe Hall, room 3639
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Fall 2018: EVRN 460 Field Ecology, Spring 2019: EVRN 615 Senior Capstone Project
Lindley Hall, room 420

Morgan is a Geography MS student in the Department of Geography & Atmospheric Science. This is her second year as a GTA for EVRN 460 and EVRN 615.


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