assistantship

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as·sis·tant·ship

 (ə-sĭs′tənt-shĭp′)
n.
An academic position that carries a stipend and usually involves part-time teaching or research, given to a qualified graduate student.

assistantship

(əˈsɪstəntʃɪp)
n
a graduate post which requires the student to carry out some teaching duties in return for financial assistance

as•sis•tant•ship

(əˈsɪs təntˌʃɪp)

n.
a form of financial aid at graduate school in which a student assists a professor.
[1690–1700]
Translations

assistantship

[əˈsɪstəntʃɪp] N
1. (Brit) (at school) → lectorado m
2. (US) (at college) → agregaduría f, puesto m de profesor agregado

assistantship

n (Brit: at school) → Stelle fals Fremdsprachenassistent(in); (US: at college) → Assistentenstelle f
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That'll keep us till I'm qualified and have got through with my hospital appointments, and then I can get an assistantship.
Faculty and administrators gave information on the programme as well aspart-time employment options for full-time students through teaching andresearch assistantships.
Faculty and administrators gave information on the programme, as well as part-time employment options for full-time students through teaching and research assistantships.
She will oversee all of the Graduate Schools day-to-day operations, including admissions, fellowships, assistantships and support for student success.
This followed constructive consultations with the USFC over the last week, and a decision by the Board of Deans (BOD) on Thursday to restore the graduate assistantships on the grounds that secondary disciplinary action given to students had disproportionate effects.
The reversal comes after 13 GAs were given "dean's warnings" and had their assistantships, which cover tuition fees, revoked after refusing to remove a tent they had pitched on Nov.
The rest of the customers (about 30 customers on May 11, 2017) will be covered by the new agreement as the current assistantships expire.
Those of us who work in research and teaching assistantships should have the same rights and same policies of maternity and paternity leave that people have in other places of employment.
Given this, we collaborated with the Office of Financial Aid in spring 2013 on a pilot program using Federal Work-Study funds to support undergraduate research assistantships.
Moving toward graduate assistantships or toward a mix of research funding and graduate assistantships may be an option.
Spencer: "Many graduate students choose to attend UO precisely because GTF appointments offer far more classroom teaching opportunities than do the graduate scholarships, assistantships or stipends at most other institutions.
A reflection of the variations in resource availability among BS-PhD programs is the number of students provided with research assistantships.