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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 »

Position Available: Research Associate, AIR

American Institutes for Research (AIR) is currently seeking a Research Associate who will support teams in AIR’s Secondary Education, College, and Careers (SECCR) practice area. This position will support teams in AIR’s SECCR practice areas in work related to equity in higher education outcomes and attainment, understanding and improving postsecondary education and learners’ transitions between secondary education, postsecondary… Read More »

Call for Nominations: 2019 SAA Awards

Dear colleagues, students, and friends, The Student Affairs Administration program is pleased to invite nominations for the 2019 SAA Awards to be presented at the SAA Celebration on Thursday, May 2. Each year, our program recognizes the contributions and good work of students, staff, and alumni in the field of Student Affairs. To nominate a Student Affairs graduate… Read More »

Position Available: Advising Position in Human Development and Family Studies, MSU

Job no: 562592 Position SummaryHuman Development and Family Studies, at Michigan State University, is in search for an energetic, personable, and self-motivated Advisor-Fixed Term for our Undergraduate Offices.Duties include:   *   Advise Human Development and Child Development undergraduate students in a team-oriented environment.  *   Perform the full range of academic advising activities including summer academic… Read More »

U-M 17th Annual Depression on College Campuses Conference

Wednesday, March 13th – Thursday, March 14th U-M Rackham Graduate School Building, Ann Arbor Registration is open for the 17th annual Depression on College Campuses Conference. As counseling centers continue to be faced with an ever-increasing demand for services, colleges and universities must consider more effective and efficient strategies for providing support to a large… Read More »

Event: MSU Literacy Colloquy Presentation, Dr. Shireen Al-Adeimi

Event: MSU Literacy Colloquy Presentation, Dr. Shireen Al-Adeimi

Are You Persuaded? How students talk is related to persuasive writing in an eighth-grade classroom Dialogic discourse emphasizes making meaning through discussion and stands in contrast to Initiation-Response-Evaluation interactions common in classrooms. This form of discourse is a desired medium through which students can develop various academic skills such as reading comprehension and vocabulary development;… Read More »