Advice for being a TA or RA

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==Research Assistantships==
==Research Assistantships==
*Try to get involved with a faculty member who is well-funded and whose research interests align with yours. Finding this intersection may prove to be challenging.
*Try to get involved with a faculty member who is well-funded and whose research interests align with yours. Finding this intersection may prove to be challenging.
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There are a number of different positions that you can occupy while in graduate school. Typically these positions are classified as GTA or GRA. A "GRA" is a Graduate Research Assistant in which you assist with a faculty members research. A "GTA" is a Teaching Assistantship in which you assist with the teaching of a course, such as leading discussions in a lab, grading exams, etc.

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