Tag Archives: Leadership

Graduate School Workshops

CAREER SERVICES  Title: Managing Your Digital Identity – Boot Camp Date: 2/13/2016 9:00 AM – 3:00:00 PM Description: The event consists of a one-day intensive boot camp for participants to learn about tools for managing their digital identity, discuss the uses and issues, learn to implement these in order to improve their identity online. The boot… Read More »

AERA Division J Updates | 9 Announcements

American Educational Research Association| Division J Updates Announcements listed: DivJChat on Twitter – “The Free College Movement” – Oct. 30 Call for Nominations – Distinguished Contributions to Gender Equity in Education Research Award University of Missouri – Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis – Graduate Research Assistantship Opportunities Eastern Michigan University – Dept. of Leadership &… Read More »

Associate Director for Housing and Residence Life: Saint Louis University

The Associate Director provides direction for student learning and academic success while coordinating the overall supervisory and programmatic facets for a residential program of approximately 4000 students. The Associate Director is responsible for the direct and indirect recruitment, training and supervision of the residence life staff; coordination of leadership programs, learning communities, residential curriculum, academic… Read More »

Graduate Student Leadership Summit

Date: 11/7/2015 Time:  8:30 AM – 4:30:00 PM Location: C20 Snyder/Phillips (Auditorium) Fee: $10 Description: Leadership is an essential competency expected of all employers and held in high acclaim. Institutions of higher education, corporations, agencies, professional organizations, and other employers are actively seeking advanced degree holders with strong, demonstrable leadership and management skills. However, the… Read More »

Spring 2016 Mentored Teaching Apprenticeship: EAD 315

Course Description for EAD 315: Student Leadership Training EAD 315 is a three-­?credit, pass/no pass course. Curriculum topics include leadership theories, leadership skills, self-­?awareness and efficacy, communication, diversity, interculturalism, ethics, teamwork, and group dynamics. Facilitators are encouraged to facilitate both experiential and discussion-­?based learning that enables students to practice and reflect on the leadership dispositions… Read More »

Coordinator of New Student Programs: North Carolina State University

This position will provide support and leadership in the recruitment, selection and training of student leaders, as well as planning and implementation of signature events related to the orientation and transition of NC State students. This includes assisting in the coordination of New Student Orientation programs and Wolfpack Welcome Week programs. Reporting through the Division… Read More »

LGBT Center Director: Princeton University

Position Summary The LGBT Center is a resource for and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, asexual, questioning, queer, and ally members of the Princeton University community. The LGBT Center works to create a safe and supportive campus environment by offering educational and community building opportunities and advocating for the needs and concerns of LGBT… Read More »

COGS Recruiting Students to serve on Review Panel

The Council of Graduate Students is recruiting graduate students to serve on the University’s Anti-Discrimination Policy/Relationship Violence & Sexual Misconduct Policy Student Conduct Review Panel. This is a rotating panel. Service on the panel requires every member to undergo a detailed training on Anti-Discrimination Policy/Relationship Violence & Sexual Misconduct Policy. If you wish to sign… Read More »

Leadership Opportunity: ACPA Ambassadors

The ACPA Ambassadors program is an amazing leadership opportunity for graduate students and new professionals to learn more about involvement within the association while serving as ACPA representatives at their institutions.  The ACPA Ambassadors application is live and will remain open through September 1, 2015. This cohort will officially begin their roles with the start… Read More »

Workshop: Four Corners of Title IX Regulatory Compliance

Do your work responsibilities connect to Title IX compliance? ACPA is pleased to announce that Professor Peter Lake will present the “Four Corners of Title IX Regulatory Compliance” as a Title IX Certificate Workshop on Saturday 5 March and Sunday 6 March 2016 before the official opening of Convention in Montréal. ACPA Members who are… Read More »