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Occupational Therapy - Neuroscience

Primary Responsibilities:

In the fall, this Fellow is responsible for monitoring class lectures, preparing review presentations and activities, running a weekly review session for OT students taking OT Neuroscience, and being available to tutor students two to three additional hours each week. In the spring, the Fellow assists with the Neuroscience and Occupation II course. This Fellow should be comfortable in an instructor role and should relate well to other students who request assistance. He or she will have access to a file of previous review materials and audiovisual resources.

Secondary Responsibilities:

Other duties within the OT Department may be assigned during either semester, including filing, proofreading and editing documents, managing equipment for labs.


Fellowship Required Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

Must have the skills and knowledge to assist faculty with class preparation, monitoring and posting of communication on class websites, proctoring of exams, assisting in lab activities, contact with community members for fieldsite placement, tutoring or mentoring of students, grading of assignments, and other support of teaching activities as needed.

Position Requirement:

Must be a full-time graduate student with a good understanding of neuroscience, as evidenced by grades of at least B+/B+ in OCTH 512 and 513, or recent equivalent courses, with preference given to OT students.

Hours per week:  Part-time Fellow: 13-14 hours/week