Teaching Assistants play an important role within the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and as part of the ASU Community as a whole. The purpose of the program is to help TA’s develop their teaching skills while building their resumes to prepare for the job market. With this appointment, students also receive several additional benefits including health insurance, tuition waiver, parental leave, and library privileges. More information can be found in the TA Handbook.
These students represent both the PhD and DNP programs and work 20 hours a week in Edson College classrooms. The program is a significant benefit to the college because each of these TA’s help carry the course load. Edson College hires once a year and will be recruiting for TA’s in the Spring.
For the 2019-2020 academic year, the Edson College is pleased to welcome 12 TA’s to the college.
- Aaron Cromar, PhD - HCR 210 (Fall and Spring)
- Amina Aden, DNP - NUR 336 (Fall and Spring)
- Danielle Martin, PhD - ASU 101 (Fall), HCI 311 (Session A and B, Spring)
- Diamond Chavez, DNP - ASU 101 (Fall), NUR 425 (Session C, Spring)
- Elizabeth Lorenzo, PhD - ASU 101 (Fall)
- Evan Eisenberg, DNP - ASU 101 (Fall), HCR 220 (Spring)
- Jasmine Bhatti, PhD - NUR 315 (Fall and Spring)
- Laura Tanner, Master's - ASU 101 (Fall), HCI 412 (Session A, Fall), HCI 425 (Session B, Fall), HCI 311 (Session A and B, Spring)
- Lauren Holmes, DNP - ASU 101 (Fall)
- Nicole Hoffmann, PhD - HCR 301 (Fall and Spring)
- Richard Montague, PhD - NUR 456 (Fall and Spring)
- Shannon Campbell, DNP - ASU 101 (Fall), NUR 445 (Session A, Fall), NUR 464 (Session B, Fall), NUR 318 (Spring)
- Soojung Jo, PhD - ASU 101 (Fall)
- Yana Alexander, DNP - ASU 101 (Fall), NUR 352 (Session A, Spring), NUR 325 (Session B, Spring)