||Education Specialties (Grant-supported)
|Hours & Wages
$15.26/hour (50% stipend, 50% scholarship)
Must be a graduate degree-seeking student in good standing at Loyola University MD. Must be enrolled in one graduate course for each assistantship received during the semester in which the assistantship is awarded. Additional specific qualifications determined by the needs of each appointment (e.g., knowledge of Excel, Lexus/Nexus, Survey Monkey, etc.).
Graduate Assistantship slots are requested each semester by departmental faculty who need assistance with specific research for teaching. The Chair reviews the proposal and approves the assistantship. An individual graduate student is eligible to hold two assistantships simultaneously, provided he/she is enrolled in two courses for the semester in question.
Students report to Dr. Stephanie Flores-Koulish, lead Project Director for a 21stcentury STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) grant funded by the Maryland State Department of Education in conjunction with and awarded to the Archdiocese of Baltimore to support extended day STEAM opportunities in 4 community Catholic schools within Baltimore city.
Graduate Assistants will be responsible for providing administrative support to include organizational projects that help to coordinate Loyola University MD faculty and students working in the Archdiocese schools. Graduate students will also be expected to travel to the 4 schools during the program timeframe (running approximately 3:00 to 6:00 daily). Graduate students will have the opportunity to provide direct service with the Archdiocese students in the form of program development, tutoring, homework support, etc.
Dr. Stephanie Flores-Koulish
Graduate Assistant Employment Application