Academic Student Employee (ASE) Positions for Summer Session
Listed below are the projected number of ASE positions for 2014 Summer Session. These numbers are projections and are not a guarantee of the number of positions available.
Students interested in ASE positions should contact the individual departments for application procedures.
For regular Academic Calendar positions, please visit the ASE Positions main page.
Art 0 Hannah Pederson Digital Arts & New Media 1 Felicia Rice Film & Digital Media 2 Jenny Brown
History of Art & Visual Culture
1 Ruby Lipsenthal Music 1 Laura McShane Theater Arts 2 Angela Beck
American Studies Donna Davis Feminist Studies Melanie Wylie History 5 Cindy Morris History of Consciousness Melanie Wylie Languages Carolyn Stevens Linguistics Ashley Hardisty Literature 6 Stephanie Casher Philosophy 3 Hollie Clausnitzer Writing Pamela Edwards
Astronomy & Astrophysics 0 Maria Sliwinski Biology 9 Department Chemistry & Biochemistry 18 Janet Jones Earth & Planetary Sciences 0 Jennifer Fish Ecology & Evolutionary Biology 7 Debby Inferrera Mathematics 12 Kyle Blocker Microbiology & Environmental Toxicology 6 Allyson Ramage Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology 0 Teel Lopez Ocean Sciences 0 Lezlie Ward Physics 11 Michele Yoskovich
Anthropology 4 Fred Deakin Economics 8 Sandra Reebie Education 2 Gina Wilkins Environmental Studies 5 Lin Weyers Latin American & Latino Studies 1 Dana Rohlf Legal Studies 4 Dana Rohlf Politics 3 Dana Rohlf Psychology 11 Heather Henderson Sociology 8 Ann McCardy
Applied Mathematics & Statistics 4 Tracie Tucker Biomolecular Engineering & Bioinformatics 2 Tracie Tucker Computer Engineering 1 Emily Gregg Computer Science 7 Tracie Tucker Electrical Engineering 0 Emily Gregg Technology & Information Management 0 Emily Gregg
Kresge 1 College Office
Division of the Arts
Division of Humanities
Division of Physical & Biological Sciences
Division of Social Sciences
Jack Baskin School of Engineering
DESCRIPTION and MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
An ASE appointed as a Teaching Assistant is assigned responsibilities for the term of the appointment that include, but are not limited to the following duties: attending the assigned course, conducting section meetings, holding regular office hours, reading and grading student papers, homework, and examinations, drafting narrative evaluations in a timely manner, etc.
Specific responsibilities for individual courses are available from the faculty supervisor, college, or department.
The minimum eligibility qualifications for an ASE assigned as a Teaching Assistant are: registered UCSC graduate student at the time of employment and good academic standing.
An ASE appointed as a Teaching Fellow is responsible for the conduct of the entire instruction of a course under the general supervision of a faculty member including the preparation of student narrative evaluations. The ASE is also responsible for other “normal” teaching-related duties, i.e., holding regular office hours, being available to advise students, attending faculty meetings/orientation, etc.
The minimum eligibility qualifications for an ASE assigned as a Teaching Fellow are: registered UCSC graduate student at the time of employment, formal advancement to candidacy for the PhD prior to the beginning of the appointment, good academic standing, and approval of the divisional dean(s) and applicable Senate committees.
An ASE appointed as an Associate-In is responsible for the conduct of the entire instruction of a course including the preparation of student narrative evaluations. The ASE is also responsible for other “normal” teaching-related duties, i.e., holding regular office hours, being available to advise students, attending faculty meetings/orientation, etc.The minimum eligibility qualifications for an ASE assigned as an Associate-In are: registered UCSC graduate student at the time of employment, good academic standing, and approval of the divisional dean(s) and applicable Senate committees.
Exceptions to the minimum eligibility qualifications for each position may be made at the sole discretion of the University.
Within the limits imposed by law or University regulations, the University shall not discriminate against or harass any ASE on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, HIV status, status as a covered veteran, age, citizenship, political affiliation, and Union activity. For the purposes of this statement only, medical condition means any health impairment related to or associated with a diagnosis of cancer, or health impairments related to genetic characteristics.