GSI Openings in Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry currently does not have any openings for GSI positions.
How to Apply
Please go to Careers at the U for available postings.
The Department of Chemistry at the University of Michigan generally hires Graduate Student Instructors (GSI) at a 50% appointment for CHEM 125/126, CHEM 211, and CHEM 216.
- CHEM 125/126 — General Chemistry Laboratory I & II is a one-hour discussion followed by a two-hour lab. Selected candidates will teach two sections.
- CHEM 211 — Investigations in Chemistry is a 3 hour lab section. Selected candidates will teach two sections.
- CHEM 216 — Synthesis and Characterization of Organic Compounds is a 4-hour lab section. Selected candidates will teach two sections.
Duties include leading discussion and/or lab sections. Other duties include grading assignments, quizzes and final exams. Depending on the type of course a GSI is assigned to teach they may also be required to hold office hours. Duties vary depending on the type of course (i.e. lab versus discussion).
- Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry
- GSI training in the U-M Chemistry Department
- English proficiency, based on ELI-OET, where applicable.
Master's degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry.
For information beyond what is included here, please contact:
1500 Chemistry Building
Decision Making Process
Priority will be given to applicants in this order: Chemistry graduate students, non-Chemistry graduate students working in Chemistry laboratories, graduate students working in program affiliated with Chemistry, and all other qualified graduate students.
Complete applications received by the due date will be reviewed by the Associate Chair of Curriculum. The estimated date by which offers will be extended is several weeks before the beginning of the term.
GEO Contract Information
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