Engineering and Computer Science Leadership Opportunities
Do you love to serve? Would you like to build your resume and enhance your leadership skills? If the answer is yes, please consider applying for one of these leadership experiences we offer in the School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS).
Applications are now open for the 2023 Spring Semester.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Nathan Heatherly, Program Director of Teal Residential College, at Nathan_Heatherly@baylor.edu.
Undergraduate Teaching Fellow
The School of Engineering and Computer Science is looking for engaged Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and/or Engineering majors to serve as mentors and teaching assistants in various courses within Engineering. Courses with current openings: EGR 1301 Introduction to Engineering, EGR1302 Intro to Engineering Analysis, ME2321 Dynamics, ME2345 Thermodynamics, ME 2320 Circuit Theory for non-ECE, ME 2330 Electrical Circuit Theory, and ELC 2337 Digital Logic Design. It is our hope that Teaching Fellows will be individuals that students can look to for guidance and support throughout their engineering education at Baylor.
Each Undergraduate Teaching Fellow will be assigned to a specific section of a course. Tasks include assisting with the delivery of course content, helping with in-class activities/labs, grading, and holding evening office/lab hours.
Undergraduate Teaching Fellows are required to participate in the following:
- ECS Teaching Fellow Training: Dates/Times TBD
- Attend lectures and labs*: TBD based on UTF schedules
- Evening office/lab hours: TBD based on UTF schedules
- Meetings instructors: TBD based on UTF schedules
*Course times are listed in the application and will be discussed in the interview process. .
We anticipate students in this position to work 8 hours/week at $8/hour for the 15 weeks of the spring semester.