Fall 2019 Teaching Assistant for PSYCH 300 Research Methods and PSYCH 308 Physiological Psychology

Dr. Alan Chu is recruiting one or two students to serve as a teaching assistant for PSYCH 300 Research Methods in Psychology (in-person) and/or PSYCH 308 Physiological Psychology (in-person and online). This experience would be a good fit for students who are interested in teaching and/or applying for graduate school. The main responsibilities including the following:

1. Preparing and organizing class activities and PSYCH 300 lab activities.

2. Providing support, such as answering questions related to assignments and course concepts, to students via email and during office hours.

3. Handling Canvas tasks, including uploading and downloading relevant information.

4. Being involved in mini teaching tasks, including some presentations in class and grading.

Any student who has taken PSYCH 300 and/or PSYCH 308 can apply. Selected students will earn 2-3 credits and meet with Dr. Chu weekly in Fall 2019. Students who are interested in being a research assistant has the option of doing a combination of research and teaching assistantships for 3 credits. While Dr. Chu prefers that the teaching assistant assists both PSYCH 300 & 308, there is an option for students to assist one of the two classes. To apply, students should email an unofficial academic transcript and a statement (one page, double-spaced) describing teaching-related experience and interests, as well as expectations of the assistantship to Dr. Chu (chua@uwgb.edu). Feel free to email Dr. Chu if there are any questions.

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About Alan Chu

Dr. Tsz Lun (Alan) Chu is an Assistant Professor of Sport Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He recently graduated with his Ph.D from the University of North Texas. His main research interests are on sport and exercise motivation. Dr. Chu has been a sport psychology consultant for athletes from high school to professional levels. While playing many sports throughout his life, Dr. Chu specializes in table tennis as a competitive player and an internationally certified coach.