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Teaching Assistant Positions

Grading papers, solving problems, and helping students.

Be a TA!

Need cash? Like helping people with homework? Want to review and relive a favorite class? Apply to be a TA in the Mechanical Engineering department!
Current Open Positions

ME EN 231

Looking for ME EN 231 Leadership in a Global Context TA’s for Fall 2023. TA’s will help grade assignments and lead labs and book discussions.

  • Labs are on the following days, each from 2 to 4 pm: September 26, October 5, Oct 26, November 9, and November 28. Attendance will be required to all labs.
  • Book discussions are on the following days, each from 2 to 4 pm: September 28, November 2, and December 7. Again, attendance will be required for all book discussions.
  • Class attendance is not required. Class time is 2 to 3:50 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Please reach out to Brady Davies for additional questions and information. 

ME EN 275


As you have probably heard, ME 273 has been replaced with a new course (ME 275) that covers numerical methods (taught in Matlab) and statistics (taught in Python). Professors Charles and Usevitch will each teach a section of ME 275 this fall, and they are looking for TA’s who have taken ME 273 and STAT 201 (or perhaps AP STATS), and who have some experience with Python. If you are interested, please fill out the attached form (either doc or pdf) and email it to Dr. Charles ( by the end of Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023.

ME EN 330

More TAs are needed for mechatronics labs for fall semester. Working as a TA is a great way to solidify your understanding and gain some experience. If you (1) are interested, (2) got a decent grade in ME330, and (3) can work one or more of the following lab sections, please contact Dr. Mark Colton ( immediately.
Needed lab sections:

  • Monday 10:00-12:50
  • Tuesday 12:00-2:50    
  • Wednesday 10:00-12:50    
  • Thursday 12:00-2:50

ME EN 312 and 340

Apply at - Drs. Iverson, Dillon, and Porter are all interested in hiring TA's for the Fall.

ME EN 362:

Just a couple slots remaining! This is a great opportunity to solidify/improve your measurement and lab skills. Responsibilities include running labs, helping students troubleshoot measurement equipment, and a small amount of grading. If you're hired, you'll also be eligible to continue the job into the Winter semester. To apply, send the following information to Dr. Cook (

  • Number of hours desired (anywhere from 5 to 20).
  • Why you're interested in being a TA
  • Your resume