Teaching Assistant ENVR 451 Panama Field Studies

Updated: 2 months ago
Location: Windsor University South Cameron, ONTARIO
Job Type: PartTime

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Bieler School of Environment
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ENVR 451 Research in Panama
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Position Summary:
Research projects are developed by instructors in consultation with Panamanian universities, government agencies and non-governmental organizations. Project groups will consist of four to six students working with a Panamanian institution. Topics will be relevant to Panama: e.g., protection of the Canal watershed, economical alternatives to deforestation, and others. The Teaching Assistant will work with student groups and have a knowledge of on-going field based research in Panama.

  • MA or ABD in natural or social sciences of the Neotropics

  • Experience (as student or TA) with field studies, such as PFSS or Neo or equivalent

  • Knowledge of collaborative methodologies and experience-based pedagogies

  • Must be fluent in Spanish

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