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From: Tammie T Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2021 20:53:18 +0000
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Dear Grad Students,

We noticed that some of our grad students have registered for MORE THAN THREE 6000/8000-level classroom taught courses for Spring 2022. As we all know that graduate courses require a huge time commitment, doing more than 3 graduate courses and doing GTA/GRA/Grader duties simultaneously is not feasible. We believe that students who take more than 3 graduate courses may not be able to effectively conduct the duties. Currently, we are assigning assistantships for Spring 2022. If you do not drop the number of courses to 3 by December 16, 2021, you will be added to the low priority list for GTA assignment, and if you have already received a GTA assignment, your assignment may be revoked.

Dr. Yingshu Li
Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University