APPLICATION FOR INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT AND/OR GRADER

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Oct 15, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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APPLICATION FOR

INSTRU
C
TIONAL ASSISTANT

AND
/OR

GRADER


N
OTE
:

This form is to be used only by current students in the

CS Department

who
are or
will be pursuing a graduate
degree as a full
-
time student in the
CS

Department during the semes
ter for which you are seeking a position
.

T
o be eligible to become an
Instructional Assistant (IA)
, a student
MUST

satisfactorily complete The George Washington

University Teaching Assistant Program conducted by the office of the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Students whose native language is not English mu
st obtain a minimum score of 100 on the internet
-
based TOEFL to be
eligible to attend the T
eaching Assistant Program.

Students applying for a Grader position need not meet those
requirements.


Academic Record: Attach an unoffi
cial, up
-
to
-
date copy of your GW transcript

Basic Information:

Name: _____________
____________
______GWid#
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Entry Term:
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Address: ____________________________________________________
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__________


Telephone: ( ) ___
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___________ E
-
mail address: ___________
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___________________


TOEFL Score (if applicable): __________________ Exam Date: ___________________


This application is for:


Semester (check one)
:





Position (check one or more)

Fall 20
___________


Spring 20________


Summer 20______



Instructional Assistant

Grader




Will you be a full
-
time graduate student at GWU during the semester indicated above?




Yes




No






Not sure


What degree
will you be pursuing (check one)?:


M.S.


Ph.D.


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Teaching Experience:

List
all

courses taught at GWU:

Course #
incl. section

Semester

Year

Status:

GTA? IA? Grader?







































Other teaching experience and relevant information that highlights why you believe that you can
be a good instructor:


_____________________________________________
_____________________________




_____________________________________________
_____________________________


__________________________
__________________________________________
______


_____________________________________________
_____________________________




_____________________________________________
_____________________________


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________________________________________________





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Teaching Qualification and Preference:

Choose the
undergraduate and graduate
courses from the table below that you are interested in
being
an IA or grader for.

Should you be chosen, note that you are not

guaranteed to be assigned a course
you selected below
.


UNDEGRADUATE COURSES:

Course Number


Course Name

Check


CSci

1010


Computer Science Orientation



CSci 1011

Introduction to Programming with Java


CSci 1020


Applications Software


CSci 1021

Introduction to Computers and the Internet


CSci
1022

Introduction to Internet Technology


CSci
1023

Introduction to Web Software Development


CSci 1030


Technology and Society


CSci
1041

Introduction to FORTRAN Programming


CSci 1111


Introduction

to Software Development


CSci
1112


Algorithms and Data Structures


CSci 112
1


Introduction to C Programming


CSci 1131


Introduction to Programming with C++


CSci
1132


Data Structures and Software Design


CSci 1311


Discrete Structures I


CSci
2113


Software Engineering


CS
ci 2312


Discrete Structures II


CS
ci 2441


Database Systems and Team Projects


CSci 2461


Computer Architecture I


CSci 3212

Algorithms


CSci 3221


Programming Languages


CSci

3240


Pre
-
Capstone Design Project


CSci
3313


Foundations of Computing


CS
ci

3362

Probability for Computer Science


CSci 3410

Systems Programming


CSci
3411


Operating Systems


CSci
3462

Computer Architecture II


CSci
3571

Introduction to Bioinformatics


CSci

3907


Special Topics


CSci
3908


Research


CSci
4222


Theory of Computer Translators


CSci 4223

Principles of programming Languages


CSci

4235


Development of Open
-
Source Software


CSc
i
4237


Software Design for Handheld Devices


CSci
4243


Capstone Design Project I


CSci 4244

Capstone Design Project I
I


CSci
4314

Discrete Analysis in Computer Science


CSci
4331


Cryptography


CSc
i

4341


Continuous Algorithms


CSci
4361


Simulation Methods


CSci 4364

Machine Learning


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CSci
4415


Real
-
Time and Embedded Systems


CSci
4417


UNIX System Programming


CSci
4418


UNIX

System Administration


CSci

4431


Computer Networks I


CSci
4432


Computer Networks II


CSci

4455


Computer Game Design and Programming


CSci
4511


Artificial Intelligence Algorithms


CSci 4521

Autonomous Robotics: Mobility & Perception


CSci 4525

Autonomous Robotics: Manipulation


CSci 4527

Introduction to Computer Vision


CSci
4531


Computer Security


CSci
4532


Information Policy


CSci
4541


Network Security


CSci
4551


Concepts and
Applications of Computer Graphics


CSci
4552


Design of Computer Animation I


CSci
4553


Design of Computer Animation II


CSci
4554


Computer Graphics I


CSci

4561


Design of User
-
Interface Programs


CSci
4572


Computational Biology


CSci
4576


Introduction to Biomedical Computing


CSci

4577


Biomedical Computing




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GRADUATE COURSES:

Course Number

Course Name

Check

CSci

6010



Introduction to Computer Science Fundamentals


CSci

6011



Introduction to Computer Systems


CSci

6212



Design and Analysis of Algorithms


CSci

6213



Advanced Data Structures


CSci

6221



Advanced Software Paradigms


CSci

6223



Principles of Programming Languages


CSci

6231



Software Engineering


CSci

6232



Software
Engineering Development


CSci

6233



Software Testing and Quality


CSci

6234



Object
-

Oriented Design


CSci

6235



Component Based Enterprise Software Development


CSci

6311



Theory of Computation


CSci

6312



Graph Theory a
nd Applications


CSci

6318



Numerical Solutions of Differential Equations


CSci

6331



Computer Cryptography Principles


CSci

6341



Continuous Algorithms


CSci

6343



Numerical Solutions of Algebraic Systems


CSci

6351



Data Compression


CSci

6362



Probability for Computer Science


CSci

6364



Machine Learning


CSci

6365



Advanced Machine Learning


CSci

6421



High
-

Performance Computing


CSci

6431



Computer Networks


CSci

6433



Internet Protocols


CSci

6434



Design of Internet Protocols


CSci

6441



Database Systems I


CSci

6442



Database Systems II


CSci

6443



Data Mining


CSci

6448



Scientific Databases and Knowledge Formation


CSci

6451



Information Retrieval Systems


CSci

6461



Computer Architectures


CSci

6511



Artificial Intelligence


CSci

6512



Adaptive Learning Systems I


CSci

6515



Natural Language Understanding


CSci

6519



Models of Cognition


CSci

6521



Autonomous Robotics: Mobility & Percept
ion


CSci

6525



Autonomous Robotics: Manipulation


CSci

6527



Introduction to Computer Vision


CSci

6531



Computer Security Principles


CSci

6532



Information Policy


CSci

6534



Information Security in Government


CSci

6541



Network Security Principles (replaces CSci 383)


CSci

6542



Computer Network Defense


CSci

6547



Wireless and Mobile Security


CSci

6548



E
-

commerce Security


CSci

6554



Computer Graphics II


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CSci

6555



Computer
Animation


CSci

6561



Design of Human
-

Computer Interface


CSci

6562



Design of Interactive Multimedia


CSci

6572



Computational Biology Algorithms


CSci

8211



Advanced Computing Algorithms


CSci

8231



Advanced Topics in Software Engineering


CSci

8331



Advanced Cryptography


CSci

8401



Advanced Topic in Operating Systems


CSci

8
440



Advanced Topics in Information Systems


CSci

8511



Advanced Topics in Machine Intelligence & Cognition


CSci

8531



Advanced Topics in Information Assurance


C
Sci

8554



Advanced Topics in Computer Graphics





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SKILL SET

(PLEASE
MARK

THE LANGUAGES THAT YOU KNOW VERY WELL)


PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES:


C


C++


Java


FORTRAN


C#


Visual Basic


Others



DATABASES:

Oracle


SQL Server


MySQL


Others






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WEB DESIGNING:

CSS


HTML


Java Script


ASP.NET


PHP


Others



TOOLS:

MATLAB


Visual Studio


Eclipse


Adobe


Others



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