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We’re looking for two philosophy majors to serve as undergraduate teaching fellows in Spring 2017. One is for Gary McGonagill’s USU 1320 class, and the other is for Charlie Huenemann’s PHIL 2200 (Deductive Logic) class. To serve as a UTF, you must have taken the class, and done well in it, and be interested in helping other students to do well. (If you haven’t taken USU 1320, but still think you might be able to serve as UTF because of similar courses you’ve taken, please see me (Charlie).) In exchange, you receive the benefit of exercising your excellence in teaching, plus $750.

Send me a note if you are interested!


1 Comment

  1. Huenemann says:

    I should have added: there are two sections of USU 1320 – one meets MWF, 8:30-9:20, and the other meets T/Th 1:30-2:45. The UTF would help with one or the other of these, and should attend the class. PHIL 2200 meets T/Th 3-4:15, and (again) the UTF should be able to attend.


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