The Mathematics Department hires undergraduate WLU students for the following Instructional Assistant positions:
Markers and Proctors
There are also opportunities for both employed and volunteer positions with the Mathematics Assistance Centre. Click here for details.
Lab Instructional Assistants
The deadline to apply for an Instructional Assistant position in either the Spring 2014 term (May - July) or Fall 2014 term (September - November) has passed. The deadline to apply was Sunday, April 6th, 2014. If you are interested in applying for a position in the Winter term, the online application form will be made available (on this webpage) in early November, 2014. The course list below will also be updated at this time.
Mathematics courses having a laboratory component (requiring IAs) and which plan to be offered include:
MA100 - Introductory Calculus for the Natural Sciences (Fall term)
MA101 - Calculus I for the Natural Sciences (Spring and Fall terms)
MA103 - Calculus I (Spring and Fall terms)
MA104 - Calculus II (Spring and Fall terms)
MA110 - Introduction to Differential and Integral Calculus (Spring and Fall terms)
MA129 - Introductory Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences (Spring and Fall terms)
MA170 - Introduction to Mathematics for Finance (Spring and Fall terms)
MA201 - Multivariable Calculus (Fall term)
MA205 - Differential Equations I (Spring and Fall terms)
MA240 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics (Fall term)
MA241 - Statistical Methods for the Life Sciences (Spring and Fall terms)
MA270 - Financial Mathematics I (Spring term)
MA307 - Numerical Analysis (Fall term)
If you have any questions regarding the position or the application process, please contact Trevor Saunderson for more information.
Instructional Assistants: Markers and Proctors
The Department employs senior students on a piece-work basis to proctor mid-term tests and to mark assignments, quizzes and mid-term tests in many of its courses. In September students in senior mathematics courses may register their availability for this work.
Please complete the online application form. Students who seek additional information or wish to discuss their qualifications for employment should contact:
Department of Mathematics