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Dear PhD students,
If you are supported by our department, you are expected to teach a course as an instructor in each academic year.
The courses of Summer 2020 will be taught online via Webex (https://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/collaboration-tools/webex/), for which the training of online teaching is also provided at https://cetl.gsu.edu/services/professional-development-certification/certificate-mastery-online-teaching/.
Extra bonus will be offered to the PhDs who will teach in Summer 2020.

Please fill in the 'Teaching Preference Form for Instructors' in OGMS (http://grid.cs.gsu.edu/~ogms/) by Thursday, Apr 16th, 2020. The dropdown list includes all the courses that need to be taught by GTAs. Please select at least 1 course from each level (1***, 2***, 3***, 4***) and provide totally 5 preferred courses.
After login OGMS, click “Funding” on the left panel. Then click “Teaching Preference Form for Instructors”. Click the ‘Apply’ button to begin. All the fields are required. Please fill in the email that you check regularly. Make sure to correctly input your email address (e.g., don’t miss ‘student’ in ******@student.gsu.edu).
Your support will be greatly appreciated by our department and you will have higher priority for future GTA assignments. For the courses with no volunteers, we have to assign based on your teaching workload history. If you are asked to teach more than once in a fiscal year, you will be paid extra stipend. The assignments are mandatory and going back to home country is not an acceptable excuse.
Such teaching experiences are very beneficial to your future job hunting, especially for the ones who would like to work in academia. Usually, candidates with such teaching experiences get more interview opportunities.
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Wei (Lisa) Li, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
Georgia State University
25 Park Place, Suite 733
Atlanta, GA 30303
https://grid.cs.gsu.edu/~wli28/


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