Job Description: The GA for Supplemental Instructions primary responsibilities are to assist with the development and implementation of all functions relating to the management of the SI program and supervision of over 55 undergraduate SI leaders. This assistantship also provides experiences to learn about other Center for Student Achievement initiatives such as academic coaching, tutoring, study skill workshops and presentations, and working with students who are experiencing academic difficulty. Primary Responsibilities: Work 20 hours per week, including some evenings and weekends Become knowledgeable about all CSA services including but not limited the learning and study strategies inventory (LASSI), supplemental instruction, study skills strategies, tutoring and academic coaching Assist with the management of over 60 sections of SI supported courses, including hiring and supervising SI leaders and corresponding with faculty Assist in the development and provision of trainings for SI leaders (lead In Service trainings each semester) Observe SI sessions and provide feedback to SI leaders on a weekly basis Collect data on student usage of Supplemental Instruction and compare data of non-SI vs. SI participants Utilize Microsoft Office SharePoint to assist with web development Manage SI paperwork, attendance records, SI leader office hours, etc. Collaborate with the Assistant Director in the expansion of the SI program Serve on other committees as assigned Assist with marketing efforts with students, families and faculty including, open houses, orientation, etc. *Full position description available upon request: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: GUC 213
Hours Per Week: 20
How To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Heather Porter, email@example.com, no later than August 8, 2014
Job Description: The SU Center for International Education is seeking a graduate student assistant to be responsible for program planning and student services for SUs growing international student and scholar population. A commitment to international education is a must. Preference will be given to candidates who are international students currently studying abroad in the United States or American students who have studied abroad. The position is based in an off-campus student residence with a concentration of international students and the selected candidate is expected to live in that residence. Housing is included in the assistantship. Duties include communicating directly with international students and supporting their needs in transitioning to campus life at SU, designing co-curricular activities for all international students especially activities that bring together international and domestic students, coordinating the Conversation Partners program, and other activities as assigned. The graduate assistant must be reliable, energetic, relate well to international undergraduate students, and be able to energize both American and international students about planned activities. He or she must be familiar with the University, its surroundings, and internal systems. A valid drivers license and ability to drive a Maryland state vehicle are required. This position is for one academic year and can be renewed at the discretion of the SUCIE. The assistant will be expected to work 15-20 hours per week and accumulate 300 hours of work across each semester. The assistant must be able to report to work 2 weeks prior to the start of each semester. Specific hours may be negotiated and some night and weekend hours will be required. Salary is $4,000 per semester, plus tuition for a maximum of 9 graduate credits per semester. Subsidized housing will also be provided.
Location: The position is based in an off-campus student residence with a concentration of international students and the selected candidate is expected to live in that residence. Housing is included in the assistantship.
Hours Per Week: The assistant will be expected to work 15-20 hours per week and accumulate 300 hours of work across each semester.
How To Apply: Interviews will take place during the last two weeks of July. Start date in mid-August. The position will run through May 30, 2015. Please submit your name, contact information, faculty reference, and resume to Dr. Brian Stiegler, Director, SU Center for International Education (firstname.lastname@example.org; 410-677-5027) by 4:30 pm on Monday, July 21, 2014.
Job Description: Duties of assistantship: 1. Assist with design of research components. 2. Assist with research and data gathering. 3. Provide data input and reports. 4. Assist in the development and presentation of research. 5. Setup, maintain and calibrate laboratory equipment. 6. Maintain and organizing storage room stock. 7. Assist in clerical duties as appropriate.
GA Location: Department of Health Sciences
Hours Per Week: 20
How To Apply: Contact Dr. Sid Schneider Director, Graduate Program in Applied Health Physiology