Undergraduate assistant (UGAs) positions in the Engineering Fundamentals program are available in the following areas:
Engineering Fundamentals tutors provide help to students with EF 151 and EF 152 homework and concepts. Tutors work in the Study Room in Perkins and/or during the evening sessions in South Carrick residence hall. Tutors are expected to be proactive in helping students and have the ability to ask good questions and explain concepts. Applicants must be willing to work at least one evening and must have earned at least a B+ in both EF 151 and EF 152.
Engineering Fundamentals 105 (EF 105) seeks talented, energetic, and encouraging students to become part the of EF 105 team as undergraduate assistants (UGAs). UGAs are expected to assist the instructor and GTA during class lectures, hold help sessions, correspond with students through the discussion board, and attend weekly meetings. UGAs will also assist the instructor with improving various aspects of the student learning experience. UGAs must be proficient in the Excel and MATLAB topics covered in the course. 10 to 15 hours may be required per week, including preparation time prior to lecture. Applicants must have earned at least a B+ in EF 105.
Undergraduate assistants (UGAs) for EF 230 provide support to the instructors and GTAs and help enhance the student learning experience in the course. UGAs assist the instructor and GTA during scheduled class sections (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), hold help sessions, set up and facilitate project work, correspond with students through the discussion board, grade projects, and attend a weekly team meeting. UGAs are expected to be proactive in helping students, encouraging, and enthusiastic. UGAs must be proficient in MATLAB topics covered in the course. 10 to 15 hours may be required per week, including prep time for each lab and pre-working assignments. Applicants must have earned at least a B+ in EF 230.
Applications for the fall semester will be reviewed beginning April 30 and will continue until all positions are filled.