Graduate Student Instructor Openings

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS GRADUATE STUDENT INSTRUCTOR (GSI) TEACHING POSITIONS

 

Deadlines (subject to change based on campus hiring deadlines)

   Fall Semesters: May 2   |   Spring Semesters: October 17

 

The Spring 2022 GSI application cycle is now live! Please apply here by Sunday, October 17th EOD. Applicants will be notified on a rolling basis beginning November through early January. 


Please email Isabel Seneca at isabel [dot] seneca [at] berkeley [dot] edu with any questions.

 

The Department of Mathematics appoints qualified graduate students from other departments to GSI positions. To be eligible to serve as a GSI in Math, a graduate student must meet all of the following eligibility criteria:

-- Be a registered graduate student for the semester in which they would like to teach
-- Be enrolled in minimum of 12 units
-- Have strong undergraduate or graduate Mathematics preparation (applicants with grades lower than B for related coursework will not be considered)
-- Possess an overall GPA of 3.1 or higher

 

In addition, the University requires the following of all first-time UGSIs/GSIs:

-- Enrollment in a 300 level Pedagogy course (our department offers Math 375)
-- Participation in the Teaching Conference for GSIs, held before the start of every fall and spring semester.
-- Attendance at the UAW Orientation
-- Completion of the online course Professional Standards and Ethics for GSIs
-- International students must provide proof that they have met the University's spoken English proficiency requirement and must also attend the a Teaching Conference for International First-time GSIsheld before the start of every fall and spring semester.

 

 

The Spring 2022 GSI application cycle is now live! Please apply here by Sunday, October 17th EOD. Applicants will be notified on a rolling basis beginning November through early January. 


 

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS READERSHIP POSITIONS

 

A majority of the Fall 2021 Reader positions have been filled but applications can still be submitted via this google form. For all questions regarding readerships, please contact Marsha Snow at snow [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu