Honors teaching assistants
Honors Teaching Assistants (HTAs) lead HON 1000H seminars in the fall and spring semesters. HTAs are peer mentors for first-year Honors students, introducing them to curricular, research, scholarship, travel-study, and internship opportunities within the Honors Program, the UGA campus, and the community.
The HONS 4000H course serves as the practicum seminar for Honors Teaching Assistants. The Honors Program director leads the course, which provides an introduction to pedagogical strategies for HTAs and serves as a forum in which HTAs can ask questions, share experiences, and develop sound pedagogical practices.
All HTAs are required to attend a fall orientation before classes begin and register for HONS 4000H in the fall semester. The fall course is taught on Wednesdays at 4:40 p.m.
Download the application and apply to become an Honors Teaching Assistant.