Teaching Assistant Positions – CUPE3902, Unit 1

St. George Campus

The Department of Statistical Sciences hires Teaching Assistants to assist in the delivery of some of its undergraduate courses for the Fall/Winter and Summer sessions.

Complete the Application Form and submit it with your current CV and your timetable to:

job-apps@utstat.utoronto.ca or in person at 100 St. George Street, 6th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G3

2018 Summer

Emergency TA Postings

Course Code Session Section(s) Course Title
STA255H1 S L5101 Statistical Theory

2018-19

Actuarial Sciences and Statistics Undergraduate Courses/Graduate Courses

Course Code Session Section(s) Course Title
ACT230H1 F L0101 Mathematics of Finance for Non-Actuaries
ACT240H1 F L0101 Mathematics of Investment & Credit
ACT245H1 S L0101 Financial Principles for Actuarial Science I
ACT247H1 S L0101 Introductory Life Contingencies
ACT348H1 F L0101 Advanced Life Contingencies
ACT349H1 F L0101 Corporate Finance for Actuarial Science
ACT370H1 S L0101 Financial Principles for Actuarial Science II
ACT370H1 S L2001 Financial Principles for Actuarial Science II
ACT452H1 S L0101 Loss Models II
ACT455H1 S L0101 Advanced Topics in Actuarial Science
JSC270H1 S L0101 Data Science I
STA130H1 F L0101 An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science
STA130H1 F L0201 An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science
STA130H1 S L0101 An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science
STA130H1 S L0201 An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science
STA201H1 S L0101 Why Numbers Matter
STA220H1 F L0101, L0201, L0301, L0401, L5101, L9901, and L9902 The Practice of Statistics I
STA221H1 S L0101 The Practice of Statistics II
STA247H1 F L0101 Probability with Computer Applications
STA247H1 S L0101 Probability with Computer Applications
STA248H1 S L0101 Statistics for Computer Scientists
STA255H1 S L0101, L0201, and L0301 Statistical Theory
STA257H1 F L0101 and L5101 Probability and Statistics I
STA261H1 S L0101 and L5101 Probability and Statistics II
STA288H1 S L0101 Statistics and Scientific Inquiry in the Life Sciences
STA302H1/STA1001H F L0101, L5101, and L5201 Methods of Data Analysis I
STA302H1/STA1001H F L2001 Methods of Data Analysis I
STA302H1/STA1001H S L0101 Methods of Data Analysis I
STA303H1/STA1002H S L0101 and L0201 Methods of Data Analysis II
STA304H1/STA1003H F L0101 and L0201 Surveys, Sampling and Observational Data
STA305H1/STA1004H S L0101 and L0201 Design and Analysis of Experiments
STA314H1 F L0101 Statistical Methods for Machine Learning I
STA347H1 F L5101 and L5201 Probability
STA347H1 F L2001 Probability
STA355H1 S L0101 Theory of Statistical Practice
STA410H1/STA2102H F L0101 Statistical Computation
STA410H1/STA2102H F L2001 Statistical Computation
STA414H1/STA2104H S L0101 and L5101 Statistical Methods for Machine Learning II
STA437H1/STA2005H F L0101 Methods for Multivariate Data
STA437H1/STA2005H S L0101 Methods for Multivariate Data
STA442H1/STA2101H F L0101 Methods of Applied Statistics
STA465H1/STA2016H S L0101 Theory and Methods for Complex Spatial Data

Emergency Postings

Course Code Session Section(s) Course Title
ACT470H1 S L5101 Advanced Pension Mathematics
ACT471H1 F L5101 Topics in Casualty Actuarial Science
ACT473H1 S L5101 Issues in Actuarial Practice

Masters of Financial Insurance Courses

Course Code Session Section(s) Course Title
STA2503H F L0101 Applied Probability for Mathematical Finance
STA2530H F L0101 Applied Time-Series Analysis
STA2535H F L0101 Life Insurance Mathematics
STA2536H S L0101 Data Science for Risk Modelling
STA2540H S L5101 Insurance Risk Management
STA2551H S L5101 Finance and Insurance Case Studies (formerly Financial Insurance Case Studies)

 


U of T Scarborough

The Department of Statistics hires Teaching Assistants to assist in the delivery of some of its undergraduate courses for the Fall/Winter and Summer sessions.

 Teaching Assistant Positions


U of T Mississauga

The Department of Statistics hires Teaching Assistants to assist in the delivery of some of its undergraduate courses for the Fall/Winter and Summer sessions.

Please click here to see the details of the positions available and the process to apply.

Statistics TA application form is attached here.


Applications can be submitted to Dr. Alison Weir

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