By on December 6, 2017

Interested in becoming a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) at UT Arlington?   The CIRTL-UTA Steering Committee is now accepting applications from highly-motivated doctoral students who would like to help promote CIRTL  to your fellow graduate students and assist the PI, Administrative co-Leader and Steering Committee members to organize CIRTL events.
Typical CIRTL GRA duties include but are not limited to:
·         Maintain CIRTL UTA website
·         Use social media and email to promote and inform students regarding local and national CIRTL events
·         Create and supervise CIRTL events on campus
·         Facilitate communication between students/faculty and the CIRTL network
·         Maintain database of student activities and certifications
·         Serve as a Mentor and Leader to students involved in the CIRTL-UTA program.
If you are interested, please contact Goutam Sarker (gsarker at uta dot edu) or Lisa Berry (lberry at uta dot edu) with any questions.