In an undergraduate science lab, teaching assistants are the direct point of contact for learning support for students, and as such they can have an immediate and significant impact on the student learning experience.

If you could build the ideal science laboratory TA, what qualities and skills would they have? How and where could they get and develop these skills?

On Wednesday, Dec. 14, join Claudia Buttera, a laboratory coordinator from the Department of Biology, in a discussion on what makes a great lab TA and how we can improve the experience both for the TAs and for the students they serve.

The session runs from 12-1:30 p.m. in room 422 Dunton Tower. Space is limited, so please register here in advance.