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Existentialism PHLB30H3Y
Course Instructor

Posting Date : March 09, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Preparation and delivery of course material; supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and delivery of assignments; marking of student work; submission of grades to university official; reasonable student contact hours.


Have passed Ph.D. area exam, prior experience as a tutorial leader, mastery of the subject matter of the course


Course ID
$7,101.08 + 4% vacation pay
Course Enrollment
Dates of Appointment
May 1 - August 31, 2017
Number of Positions
How to Apply
Complete a copy of the Department of Philosophy Graduate Instructorship Application form (on forms page of Philosophy Department Website and in Mailroom at 170 St. George St.). Attach a proposed syllabus and course description indicating the outline of your course design for each course that you are applying for. Both paper and electronic applications are acceptable. Submit applications to Belinda Piercy, Tri-Campus TA Coordinator, Dept. of Philosophy, 170 St. George St., Rm 411. (ta.phil@utoronto.ca)
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