Spring 2005 ASP TA Applications
If you are interested in being a Teaching Assistant for
a first-year class next semester, please submit an application
by November 19, 2004. A complete application includes an
application form, unofficial transcript, and a recent resume.
You can find information about job responsibilities, grade
requirements, compensation, and application forms at www.kentlaw.edu/academics/asp/ta_requirements.html.
Application forms are also available on the table near the
3rd floor elevators.
We are hiring Teaching Assistants for Civil Procedure (Profs.
Laser, Marder, Steinman, Stewart), Justice (Profs. Malin,
Sowle, Warner, Wright), Property (Profs. Baker, Bosselman,
Hamilton, Holbrook, Perritt), and Contracts (Prof. Rosen).
The preliminary spring schedule is available at www.kentlaw.edu/depts/acadadm/05spring/.
This schedule will be finalized in the next few weeks.
Please contact Jamie Lake at email@example.com
or (312) 906-5247 with any questions.
Counseling Center at the Downtown
The Counseling Center is pleased to announce
the availability of services at the downtown campus. These
services include initial appointments, counseling sessions,
and, as available, walk-in appointments. A psychologist
will be downtown in room 447 on Thursdays from 2:00pm to
5:00pm. Requests for services should still be made through
the central office on the main campus (312-808-7132) and
any changes in scheduling or calls regarding emergency situations
should also continue to go through that number and the main
Because the number of hours is limited, several conditions
will apply. Sessions should be used primarily by students
who believe their counseling will be short in durationóless
than 10 sessions. (Sessions are usually 45-50 minutes.)
In addition, if a student twice misses an appointment without
prior notification to the Counseling Center or cancels with
less than 24 hours notice, the services will be transferred
to the main campus. These rules are needed to ensure that
the downtown services are available to a reasonable number
of law and business school students.
The Counseling Center offers professional services by psychologists
with doctorates and, on the main campus, a psychiatrist
for medication. Students use our services for a wide range
of concerns, from study skills, procrastination, and career
concerns; to relationship problems and self esteem; and
to depression, anxiety, substance use, and suicidality.
In any given situation, students may be referred to the
main campus for services to provide an appropriate type
and level of care. As always, confidentiality is a cornerstone
of psychological services. For more information about the
Counseling Center, please visit www.iit.edu/~cc/.
Please direct all questions to the Counseling Center
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