Session: Fall/Winter 2017-18 - Open Round 2017-18 - Due July 25, 2017

Posted on: Jun 26, 2017

Applications due: Jul 25, 2017

Submit applications on-line to: https://taships.chass.utoronto.ca/ant.

CampusCourse No.Course TitleEnrollment (est.)No. positions (est.) *No. hours (est.)DatesTutorialsDutiesQualifications
STGANT100Y1Y-AssistIntroduction to Anthropology - Assistant Head13101 180 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018To Be DeterminedAssist the Course Coordinator in all aspects of running the course, including but not limited to coordinating among professors and TAs and among students and faculty and TAs; dealing with email correspondence from students as needed; being in charge of the web site; preparing and looking after the distribution of handouts. Attend lectures and administer pre-lecture sessions (one hour before class most weeks). Organize and supervise Teaching Assistants' tasks under the guidance of the Supervisor. Organize and chair biweekly TA meetings. Coordinating with instructor/LWTA/TAs and management of the tutorial room. Consult with Supervisor/students; test, exam invigilation, marking written assignments. Must be available Mondays 9-11 am for regular TA meetings. Demonstrated excellence in course performance; field research; demonstrated supervisory ability in field or teaching. Previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Should have previous experience as TA in ANT 100Y.
STGANT100Y1Y-RegIntroduction to Anthropology13106 positions @ 180 hours each; 20 positions @ 90 hours each6 positions @ 180 hours each; 20 positions @ 90 hours eachSeptember 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018To Be DeterminedConsult with Supervisor/students; read course materials and attend lectures; respond to student questions via e-mail and/or Blackboard; test, exam invigilation, mark written assignments. Bi-weekly tutorial preparation and instruction, TA and writing instruction training, coordination with administrative TA/LWTA/Instructor. May be assigned to assist the Administrative TA in all aspects of organizing the tutorials and communicating with students. Must be available Mondays 9-11 am for regular TA meetings. Ability to communicate well with first year students. Ability to lead tutorials in different fields is an asset. The recent experience of taking undergraduate courses is also an asset.
STGANT208H1S-RegMedical Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective on Human Health3501205 hours January 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018W2-3, W3-4, W4-5, R11-12, R12-1, R1-2, R2-3, R3-4, R4-5, W5-6Specific activities are: Meetings with course supervisor; Attend supervisor's lectures; Read texts and source materials; Prepare for and lead tutorials; Be available to advise students on tutorial content and marks outside of set tutorial times; Attend, administer, invigilate, mark tests/ examinations; Assistance with test question development and test generation; grade book management; consult with Supervisor/ TAs/ student.Completed undergraduate and graduate courses in Anthropology or Human Biology, preferably Evolutionary and/or Medical Anthropology (demonstrated excellence in course performance); demonstrated communication ability. Previous teaching, marking and course management experience preferred.
STGANT314H1SArchaeology of Pacific Northwest60135 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018noneConsult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate student in Archaeology.
STGANT320H1SAncient Cultures of the Andes60135 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018noneConsult with Supervisor and students. Read assigned materials. Mark test and papers and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate student in Archaeology.
STGANT329H1FLanguage and Power Structure60170 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017T4-5, R4-5, T5-6, R5-6 (4 meetings during semester)Consult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Lead tutorials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate student in sociocultural/linguistic anthropology with some familiarity with the subject.
STGANT336H1S Evolutionary Anthropology Theory60135 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018noneConsult with Supervisor/students. Participate in class discussions. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate Student in Evolutionary Anthropology, demonstrated excellence in course performance. Previous teaching and marking experience preferred.
STGANT348H1FAnthropology of Health60170 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017noneComplete assigned readings and attend lectures. Interact with students in class and facilitate small group discussions. Hold office hours. Respond to student emails. Mark papers and exams. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate student in Socio-Cultural Anthropology. Completion of at least one graduate level medical anthropology course preferred. Previous teaching and grading experience preferred.
STGANT362H1FSports and Play601-235 hours eachSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017noneConsult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate Student in Social Cultural Anthropology. Familiarity with course topic preferred.
STGANT370H1FIntroduction to Social Anthropological Theory60135 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017noneHold office hours for students before and after papers are due. Contact with students primarily by email. Mark papers and exams. Show film or lead discussion about assigned reading when instructor is absent. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate Student in Social Cultural Anthropology. Completion of undergraduate or graduate level courses in theory and/or history of socio-cultural anthropology preferred.
STGANT371H1SHuman Nutritional Ecology60170 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018noneConsult with Supervisor/students; read course material; develop and manage Blackboard course site; facilitate weekly on-line seminar discussions; be available to advise students outside of lecture time in accordance with weekly allotted time; invigilate tests/ exams; grade course assignments, group projects and exams; maintain course records.Graduate Student in Anthropology. Completed with a high level of performance undergraduate/graduate training in one or more of: anthropology of food, human ecology, primate nutritional ecology, community nutrition, public health nutrition. Familiarity with course material.
STGANT378H1FGift, Money and Finance60135 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017noneRead assigned materials, consult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Graduate Student in Social Cultural Anthropology. Familiarity with course topic preferred.
STGANT384H1SSpecial Topics in Society, Culture and Language: Peoples of the Middle East and 60135 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018noneConsult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations. Graduate Student in Social Cultural Anthropology. Familiarity with course topic. Special Topic Title - Peoples of the Middle East and North Africa
STGANT386H1SGlobal Catholicism: Anthropological Approaches60135 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018noneConsult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate Student in Social Cultural Anthropology. Familiarity with course topic preferred.
STGANT388H1FAnthropologists and Indigenous Peoples in North America60135 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017noneConsult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate Student in Social Cultural Anthropology. Familiarity with course topic preferred. Some familiarity with archaeology and/ or evolutionary anthropology is also preferred.
STGANT390H1FSpecial Topics in Anthropology601-235 hours eachSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017noneConsult with Supervisor/students. Mark papers/exams and assist with course materials. Invigilate tests/examinations.Graduate Student in Social Cultural Anthropology. Familiarity with course topic preferred.
STGScantronCoordinaScantron CoordinatorN/A160 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018N/AAct as Scantron Coordinator subject expert for the Anthropology department. Communicate with new and existing Teaching Assistants to accept scantron marking packages and process information through the Remark Software program to produce and return accurate marks reports so TA can input results into Blackboard. Consult with Course Instructor or Head TAs of courses using Scantron marking to ensure process is followed and everyone understands grading deadlines. Research, read and understand how Remark works and identify all reports necessary for each course whether single or multiple answer keys are used. Write efficient instructions on how to operate the Remark Software. Respond to TA questions via e-mail and train new TAs on how to submit scantron packages for processing. Hours are flexible but must coordinate return of course mark results in a reasonable timeframe. Remark software office will be available to process above. Successful applicant will report to the ANT UGRD Administrator and ANT Department Manager Ability to communicate well with TAs from several courses in different sub-fields. Problem solving skills /ability to troubleshoot issues is highly desirable. Marking experience preferred. Ability to learn software quickly, write instructions legibly, and communicate results clearly.
UTMANT101H5SIntroduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology8005-7 at 140 or 200 hours (depending on # of PRA)total of 1000-1040 hours in groups of 140 or 200 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018yes, Thursdays and Fridays at UTM, plus invigilationTeaching assistant to conduct practicals, invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark practical assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in biological anthropology and/or archaeology, and have an ability to communicate information clearly. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs will be given preference. Must be available for practicals on Thursdays and Fridays from 9-5 pm, plus invigilation of tests and exam.
UTMANT102H5FIntro to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology8001-2 at 50-60 hours each (if enrolments allow) 100 hours (for 800 enrolled)September 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017No, but must be available at UTM for tests, exams, and meetings.Teaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult supervisor and students, and mark assignments and examinations. No tutorials, but must invigilate and be available for student and instructor meetings at UTM.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in sociocultural and/or linguistic anthropology, and have an ability to communicate information clearly. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs may be given preference. No tutorials, but must invigilate and be available for student and instructor meetings at UTM.
UTMANT202H5FBiological Anthropology: Human variation and adaption1501190 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017Yes, Mondays at UTM plus invigilationTeaching assistant to conduct practicals, invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark practical assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in biological anthropology; familiarity with material covered, genetics and human diversity. Experience and expertise to complement instructor and other TAs may be desirable. Must be available for practicals, midterms and exams at UTM.
UTMANT203H5SBiological Anthropology: Primatology and palaeoanthropology1501195-200 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018Yes, Wednesdays at UTM plus invigilationTeaching assistant to conduct practicals, invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark practical assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in biological anthropology; familiarity with material covered, paleaoanthropology and primatology. Experience and expertise to complement instructor and other TAs may be desirable. Must be available for practicals, midterms and exams at UTM.
UTMANT205H5FIntro to Forensic Anthropology1251140 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017Yes, Tuesdays at UTM plus invigilationTeaching assistant to conduct practicals, invigilate mid-term exam, and consult with students and with instructor, and mark practical assignments and major papers.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in osteology and forensic anthropology (excellence in course performance should be demonstrated); assisted with forensic anthropological cases, and/or recoveries; conducted research in the area of forensic anthropology; an ability to communicate information clearly. Must be available for practicals and invigilation at UTM.
UTMANT210H5SFantasies, Hoaxes and Misrepresentations of the Ancient World500 (max)3-4 at 50-60 hours each (if enrolments allow)total of 195 hours (for maximum enrolment of 500)January 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018No, but must be available at UTM for tests, exams, and meetings.Teaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in archaeology, with an ability to communicate information clearly. Expertise in archaeological data analysis, critique and theory may be a priority, or interest in popular archaeology, depending on needs to complement other TAs' and instructor's strengths.
UTMANT211H5FSex, Evolution and Behaviour4007-9 at 50-60 hours each (if enrolments allow)450 hours (for 400 students enrolled)September 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed appropriate undergraduate and/or graduate course in biological anthropology, and have an ability to communicate information clearly. Expertise in topics related to the course (sex, evolution and behaviour) preferred. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs may be given preference.
UTMANT214H5SAnthropology of Food and Nutrition40010-13 at 50-70 hours (if enrolments allow)680 hours (for 400 enrolled)January 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate course in anthropology with a focus clearly related to nutrition and food; a good knowledge of biological aspects of the topic is required, but a strong socio-cultural background in the topic also highly desired. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs may be given preference. TAs must be available for tests, exams, and meetings on the UTM campus.
UTMANT215H5SHow Should One Live? An Introduction to the Anthropology of Ethics3005-6 at 50-60 hours (if enrolments allow)295 (for enrolment of 300)January 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in sociocultural anthropology; an ability to communicate information clearly; previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Expertise in topics related to course preferred. Must be available for meetings, midterms and exam at UTM.
UTMANT220H5FIntroduction to the Anthropology of Health1251140 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017Yes, Tuesdays at UTM plus invigilationTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate course in anthropology with a focus clearly related to the anthropology of health; a good knowledge of biological aspects of the topic is required, but a strong socio-cultural background in the topic also highly desired. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs may be given preference. TAs must be available for tests, exams, and meetings at UTM.
UTMANT312H5SArchaeological Analysis481 at 155 or 2 at 105 each (depending on enrolment)155 - 210 (depending on enrolment)January 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018Yes, Wednesdays at UTMTeaching assistant to conduct practicals, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with students, consult with supervisor, and mark practical assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in archaeology; an ability to communicate information clearly; previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Field and lab experience in any part of the world required, to complement instructor preferred. Teaching Assistant will be required to attend weekly classes & practicals at UTM to help with set-up and labs. They must provide an additional office/ open-lab hour every week to help students with current labs and allow students to do make-up labs.
UTMANT317H5FArchaeology of Eastern North America501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assist to conduct tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with students, consult with supervisor, and mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses in Anthropological Anthropology, with an ability to communicate information clearly. Previous teaching and marking experience preferred, with experience in topics related to the course focus (prehistory of Eastern North America).
UTMANT318H5FArchaeological Fieldwork241160September 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017Yes, Fridays at UTMField and laboratory assistant to supervise students, consult with supervisor and students, mark field and laboratory assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in archaeology, knowledge of and experience in archaeological fieldwork (survey and excavation); an ability to communicate information clearly; the ability to utilize teaching collection of casts, artifacts, etc. Candidates with previous field, teaching and marking experience preferred. NOTE: The lab component for this course will be held in the Fall term and preference will be given to applicants who have recently TAed for the summer field school portion. Must be available for practicals on Fridays 12- 4 pm.
UTMANT327H5SOrigins of Food Production501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examinations at UTM, consult with students and with supervisor at UTM, and mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in archaeology, with an ability to communicate information clearly. Previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Expertise in archaeology of food procurement/production preferred.
UTMANT334H5FHuman Osteology501105 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017Yes, Wednesdays at UTMTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and examinations, consult with students and with supervisor, and mark assignments and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in human osteology; an ability to communicate information clearly; interest and enthusiasm for the subject and a rapport with undergraduates; the ability to utilize teaching collection of casts, artifacts etc. Candidates with previous teaching and marking experience are preferred. Must be available for practicals at UTM. NOTE: in 2017, preference given to applicant with recent TA experience in ANT334H5 due to special pedagogical research needs
UTMANT335H5FAnthropology of Gender501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and examinations, consult with students and with supervisor, and mark tests and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in sociocultural anthropology; an ability to communicate information clearly; previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Applicants with demonstrated research or teaching focus related to the topic of the course, and/or with background complementarity with the instructor, may be given preference. Must be available at UTM for tests, exams, and meetings.
UTMANT338H5SLaboratory Methods in Biological Anthropology481 (if enrolment allows)75 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017Yes, Mondays at UTMTeaching assistant to set up labs, demonstrate lab techniques, assist students during scheduled labs, perform skills testing, mark laboratory assignments, hold office hours/open labs, and invigilate examinations.The successful applicant will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in biological anthropology. Must hold or be willing to develop competence in a variety of field methodologies used in human health assessment: anthropometry, nutrition and physical activity assessment, application of reference standards. Use of software in course requires competence in basic analytic techniques including database management and descriptive statistics. Candidates must be organized, able to communicate effectively, and work well with undergraduates. Candidates with previous relevant field experience and/or expertise in class topics may be preferred. Must be available for practicals at UTM.
UTMANT340H5SOsteological Theory501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018No, but must be available at UTM for class meetings on Tuesdays, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and examinations, consult with students and with supervisor, and mark tests and examinations.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in human osteology; an ability to communicate information clearly; strong knowledge of theory and practice in human osteology. Candidates with previous teaching and marking experience are preferred. Must be available at UTM for tests, exams, and meetings.
UTMANT341H5FAnthropology of Infectious Disease501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.The successful applicant will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in biological anthropology, preferably with a focus clearly related to infectious disease. Candidates with previous relevant field experience and/or research expertise in class topics may be preferred. Skills and background to complement instructor may be given preference. TA must be available for tests, exams, and meetings at UTM.
UTMANT357H5SNature, People and Power: Topics in Environmental Anthropology501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests (Tues), and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and examinations, consult with students and with supervisor, and mark assignments and examinations. TA may be asked to assist with in-class seminar discussions.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in sociocultural anthropology; experience in environmental anthropology preferred; an ability to communicate information clearly; previous teaching and marking experience preferred.
UTMANT368H5SWorld Religions and Ecology501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursJanuary 1, 2018 to April 31, 2018No, but must be available at UTM for class meetings on Thursdays, tests, and examTeaching assistant to monitor course website, consult with supervisor, help lead discussions, and manage assignment and examination marks. Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses related to anthropology and environmental studies/ecology, as well as religion; an ability to communicate information clearly; previous teaching and marking experience preferred. TA will be required to attend classes at UTM, as well as tests, exams and meetings.
UTMANT380H5FSpecial Topics in Biol. Anthro & Archaeology: Sister Species (Chimpanzees)501 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017No, but must be available at UTM for meetings, tests, and examTeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examination, consult with supervisor and students, mark assignments and examinations.The successful applicant will have completed undergraduate and/or graduate courses in biological anthropology or archaeology (as relevant), preferably with a focus clearly related to course special topic. Candidates with previous relevant field experience and/or research expertise in class topics may be preferred. Skills and background to complement instructor may be given preference. TA must be available for tests, exams, and meetings at UTM.
UTMANT407H5FQuantitative Methods in Archaeology and Biological Anthropology251 (if enrolment allows)70 hoursSeptember 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017Yes, Mondays at UTMTeaching assistant to set up labs, demonstrate lab techniques, assist students during scheduled labs, perform skills testing, mark laboratory assignments, hold office hours/open labs, and invigilate examinations.The successful applicant will have completed both undergraduate and graduate courses in biological anthropology and/or archaeology, and be familiar with the use of quantitative methods in these fields. Strong statistical background required. Evidence of experience in application to anthropology (research or teaching) preferred. Must be available for practicals at UTM.
UTSCANTA01H3FIntroduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human50032 @ 205 hours, 1 @ 105 hoursSeptember - December 2017*Subject to Change* TUT0001 TH 11:00 12:00 MW 329 TUT0002 TH 12:00 13:00 MW 329 TUT0003 TH 13:00 14:00 MW 329 TUT0Teaching assistant to conduct tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with students, consult with supervisor, and mark tutorial assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes and meetings at UTSC, as required.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses in biological anthropology and/or archaeology. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs will be given preference. Research specialization in topics of direct relevance to the course content (i.e., paleoanthropology, Paleolithic archaeology) preferred.
UTSCANTA01H3SIntroduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human1303100 hours per positionJanuary - April 2018*Subject to Change* TUT0001 FR 10:00 11:00 MW 329 TUT0002 FR 11:00 12:00 MW 329 TUT0003 FR 12:00 13:00 MW 329 TUT0Teaching assistant to conduct tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with students, consult with supervisor, and mark tutorial assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes and meetings at UTSC, as required.Successful applicants will have academic training in biological anthropology and/or archaeology; an ability to communicate information clearly; and complement the diversity of themes and approaches explored in this class.
UTSCANTA02H3FIntroduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture, and Language1401105 hoursSeptember - December 2017*Subject to Change* TUT0001 WE 09:00 10:00 MW 262 TUT0002 WE 10:00 11:00 MW 262 TUT0003 WE 11:00 12:00 PO 101 TUT0Teaching assistant to consult with students, consult with supervisor, and mark assignments and/or examinations. Must be available to come to UTSC as required to consult with instructor, pick up assignments and/or examinations and invigilate. Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses in sociocultural anthropology and/or linguistic anthropology; an ability to communicate information clearly, previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs will be given preference.
UTSCANTA02H3SIntroduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language500 total for two sections32 @ 205 hours, 1 @ 105 hoursJanuary - April 2018*Subject to Change* TUT0001 WE 10:00 11:00 IC 326 TUT0002 WE 11:00 12:00 IC 220 TUT0003 WE 12:00 13:00 IC 212 TUT0Teaching assistant to conduct tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with student, consult with supervisor, and mark tutorial assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses in sociocultural anthropology and/or linguistic anthropology; an ability to communicate information clearly, previous teaching and marking experience preferred. Skills and background to complement instructor & other TAs will be given preference.
UTSCANTB14H3FBiological Anthropology: Beginnings601140 - 150 hoursSeptember - December 2017*Subject to Change* TUT0001 TU 14:00 15:00 MW 329 TUT0002 TU 15:00 16:00 MW 329 TUT0003 TU 16:00 17:00 MW 329Teaching assistant to conduct tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with student, consult with supervisor, and mark tutorial assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicant to have a general background in biological anthropology at the graduate level. Some familiarity with macroevolution and primatology preferred.
UTSCANTB15H3FContemporary Human Evolution and Variation601-2140-150 hours per positionSeptember - December 2017*Subject to Change* TUT0001 MO 11:00 12:00 MW 262 TUT0002 MO 12:00 13:00 MW 262 TUT0003 MO 13:00 14:00 MW 262 TUT0Teaching assistant to conduct tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with student, consult with supervisor, and mark tutorial assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicant must have experience in solving problems in family and population genetics (e.g., inheritance gene counting and HW estimation). Basic statistics (e.g., chi square, regression, correlation analysis), finger print analysis, understanding of micro-evolutionary processes.
UTSCANTB18H3FDevelopment, Inequality and Social Change in Latin America60150-60 hoursSeptember - December 2017N/ATeaching assistant to invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with student, consult with supervisor, and mark assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes, meetings, pick up and drop off assignments and examinations at UTSC, as required.Successful applicant to have a general background in Socio-cultural Anthropology at the graduate level. Preference may be given to applicants with expertise in development and Latin America, and topics that complement the course.
UTSCANTB22H3FPrimate Behaviour35130-40 hoursSeptember - December 2017N/ATeaching assistant to consult with supervisor, mark assignments and/or examinations, invigilate tests and final examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicants will have completed undergraduate and graduate courses in biological anthropology. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in Anthropological primatology.
UTSCANTB35H3SKids These Days: Youth, Language and Media100150-60 hoursJanuary - April 2018N/ATeaching assistant to consult with supervisor, mark assignments and/or examinations, invigilate tests and final examinations. Must be available to attend classes, meetings, pick up and drop off assignments and examinations at UTSC, as required.Successful applicant to have demonstrated background in culture and media. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in anthropological film, media, or digital technology.
UTSCANTB64H3FThe Anthropology of Food: Consuming Passions701-270-80 hoursSeptember - December 2017*Subject to Change* TUT0001 TH 10:00 11:00 SW 313 TUT0002 TH 11:00 12:00 SW 313 TUT0003 TH 12:00 13:00 SW 313Teaching assistant to consult with supervisor, mark assignments and/or examinations, invigilate tests and final examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicant to have a general background in cultural anthropology, preferably with graduate experience in the social and cultural study of food.
UTSCANTC47H3FHuman and Primate Comparative Osteology30150-60 hoursSeptember - December 2017*In-class* WE 10:00 13:00Teaching assistant to conduct weekly in-class tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with student, consult with supervisor, and mark tutorial assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC. Successful applicant to have a general background in biological anthropology and human osteology at the graduate level. Previous teaching and marking experience preferred.
UTSCANTC48H3SAdvanced Topics in Human Osteology20130-40 hoursJanuary - April 2018*In-class* WE 13:00 17:00Teaching assistant to conduct weekly in-class tutorials, invigilate tests and final examinations, consult with student, consult with supervisor, and mark tutorial assignments and examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicant to have a general background in biological anthropology and human osteology at the graduate level. Previous teaching and marking experience preferred.
UTSCANTC61H3FMedical Anthropology: Illness and Healing in Cultural Perspective30130 hoursSeptember - December 2017N/ATeaching assistant to consult with supervisor, mark assignments and/or examinations, invigilate test and final examinations. Must be available to come to UTSC as required to consult with instructor, pick up assignments and/or examinations and invigilate. Successful applicant to have a general background in socio-cultural anthropology at the graduate level. Familiarity with medical anthropology an asset.
UTSCANTC67H3FFoundations of Epidemiology601140 hoursSeptember - December 2017*Subject to Change* TUT0001 TH 18:00 19:00 MW 120 TUT0002 TH 19:00 20:00 MW 120Teaching assistant to conduct tutorials, consult with students, consult with supervisor, mark tutorial assignments and/or examinations, invigilate tests and final examinations. Must be available to attend classes at UTSC.Successful applicants must have understanding of: basic epidemiological principles, rates and statistical interpretation (e.g, prevalence and incidence, mortality and morbidity rates), various infectious and chronic diseases, and major epidemiologic study designs (e.g., case-control studies, cohort studies). Preference may be given to applicants with a background in Epidemiology and public Health at the graduate level.

Notes:

  1. The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

  2. These jobs are posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The Departmental Statement of Policy is available in the Department Office and in the CUPE, local 3902 office.

  3. The position (s) posted above is (are) tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments.

  4. The rates of pay correspond with the current CUPE Agreement and is effective May 1, 2017 as follows:

  5. Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

  6. Although a graduate student’s preference as to the campus location of his/her TA appointment will be taken into account, both the initial TA appointment (CI appointment) and the subsequent appointment obligation related to that appointment may be met through position (s) on any one of the three University of Toronto campuses (UTM, UTSC or St George) in courses in the same discipline as the initial appointment. TAs will only be assigned to courses in fields in which they are or should be qualified to assist.