Teaching assistantships are available in the program’s core sequence, as well as other regular courses:
- Human Rights I: Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights
- Human Rights II: History and Theory of Human Rights
- Human Rights III: Contemporary Issues in Human Rights
Advanced graduate students and faculty can co-teach in the program’s core sequence or collaborate on the development of a new human rights course. Co-teaching offers advanced graduate students the opportunity to refine and deepen their pedagogic skills as they begin to enter the job market. Graduate students who co-teach are considered one of the instructors of record and receive a stipend of $5,000.
Graduate students and faculty interested in co-teaching should consult with the PFCHR’s Faculty Director, Mark Bradley.