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Assistantships Available

Graduate Assistant - Center for Qualitative Inquiry (CQI)
     - Job Description [PDF]
     - Application for Graduate Assistantship Form [Word]
     - CQI Preliminary Interview [Word]
     - Technology Skills Document [Word]

Graduate AssistantQuality Enhancement Program [PDF]

Graduate Assistant - Student Life Office-Dallas Campus [PDF]

Graduate Assistant - Write Site and Pioneer Center for Student Excellence [PDF]

Graduate Research AssistantOffice of Technology [PDF]

Graduate Research Assistant - Blagg-Huey Library Reference Department [PDF]

Find an Assistantship

The best way to secure a graduate assistantship is to contact the head of the academic department or university office where you would like to have an assistantship.

Students can request to have their name added to the list of graduate students available for assistantships by doing the following:

  • Email the Assistant to the Dean of the Graduate School at chardin1@twu.edu.
  • Include your 7-digit TWU student ID number and a contact phone number or email address.
  • Indicate that you have read and understood the Graduate Assistant Policies [Word].

Find a Graduate Student for Assistantship

Departments may contact the Assistant to the Dean of the Graduate School at chardin1@twu.edu to obtain a copy of the list of graduate students who are available for appointment as graduate assistants.

Contact

Carolyn Hardin
Administrative Assistant
940/898-3414
chardin1@twu.edu

 

page updated 9/12/2014 12:01 PM

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Lona Sandon, a Registered Dietitian and Ph.D. in the Dept. of Health Studies, is the winner of the $10,000 Commission on Dietetics Registration Doctoral Scholarship from the American Dietetics Association for 2011-12. The selection process considered GPA, GRE scores, paid work experience, professional memberships and achievements, most significant accomplishment, and volunteer experience, as well as publications, presentations, and honors/scholarships.