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Student Resource: CAPS Connect

Student Resource: CAPS Connect

Dear grad students, I am pleased to share that CAPS (MSU’s Counseling and Psychiatric Services) is beginning to offer free, confidential, 10-15 minute student consultations in academic buildings. Sessions are drop-in only—no appointments. You can make use of this time to have a quick conversation, start to work through an issue, or learn more about campus supports… Read More »

GRC Planning Committee: Seeking Committee Members

GRC Planning Committee: Seeking Committee Members

The GRC is an annual event that provides an opportunity for current HALE students (HALE MA, SAA MA, and HALE PhD) to present their work and it provides an opportunity for prospective students to get a feel for the HALE program.   Committee members will attend committee meetings (either in person or via zoom), participate in planning the event (i.e. help recruit… Read More »

Position Available: Assistant Professor of Higher Education, University of Massachusetts Boston

The Department of Leadership in Education in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor, to begin September 1, 2020. Of particular interest are candidates with scholarly expertise in equity in higher education and an established program of quantitative research. Candidates’ research agendas should focus on one… Read More »

Position Available: Assistant Director of Career Services, SUNY Oswego

About SUNY Oswego Founded in 1861, SUNY Oswego is a public comprehensive university located in Central New York on the beautiful shores of Lake Ontario, 45 minutes from Syracuse.  One of 13 comprehensive colleges in the 64-campus State University of New York (SUNY) system, SUNY Oswego is recognized nationally for its academic quality, focus on… Read More »

Position Available: Research Analyst, Suffolk University

Suffolk University is seeing qualified candidates for the position of Research Analyst in our Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. The analyst will work collaboratively with university leadership in utilizing data analytics to inform strategic initiatives and in the evaluation of such efforts. The analyst will assist with the systematic organization of data, data utilization, and reporting systems and… Read More »

Spring 2020 Course: COM 815

COM 815 Organizational Communication Spring 2020, Monday 5-8pm, CAS 191 • Provides theoretical foundation to analyze organizational entry processes, supervisor employee interaction issues, work unit processes • Offers skills to conceptualize and measure communication constructs in organizational settings • Affords insights into career development, job growth, and dyadic and team perplexities This course seeks to… Read More »

Event: Natural History of the Sixth Extinction in Ann Hamilton’s The Common Sense, University Interdisciplinary Colloquium

Ann Hamilton’s 2014 the common SENSE presented an extensive collection of animal images and objects from the natural history and library collections of the University of Washington in a participatory installation that invited visitors to consider the impact of their own desires to consume non-human animals. This paper analyzes Hamilton’s work in relation to early… Read More »

Position Available: Assistant Director, Congressional & Government Affairs (Science & Research)

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Title: Assistant Director, Congressional & Government Affairs (Science & Research)  Department:  Congressional & Governmental Affairs  Supervisor:  VP, Congressional & Governmental Affairs and Assistant VP, Research Advocacy & Policy  Status:  Full-Time; Exempt  Location:  Washington, DC   Summary  The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU), a research, policy and advocacy organization dedicated to strengthening and… Read More »