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June 25, 2020

Syracuse University – Assistant Director

The Syracuse Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Engagement (The SOURCE), established in 2019, seeks an Assistant Director to assist in the development of programs to support diverse undergrad participation in research and creative scholarship at SU and enhance the office’s capacity to serve as the institutional hub for resources, policies, and processes related to undergraduate research across the University. The Assistant Director will assist with the management of The SOURCE grant application, review, and award processes; supervise the Student Research Mentor program; develop and conduct outreach activities; provide research-related advising to undergraduates interested in pursuing research and creative work across disciplines; and represent The SOURCE at events and meetings. Strong communication and relationship-building skills are essential; The SOURCE regularly collaborates with campus partners including faculty, staff, student organizations, departments and units to create and promote research opportunities. The successful candidate will have demonstrated abilities and deep knowledge in mentoring diverse undergraduates and the interest and skills to develop programs to support increased participation in research by students from underrepresented backgrounds and by first- and second-year students.

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June 25, 2020

Vanderbilt University - Fellowships & Scholarships Advisor (Career Coach)

The Fellowships and Scholarships Advisor provides personalized support and guidance to Vanderbilt students pursuing prestigious external fellowships awards in one-on-one and group settings. This position will develop innovative recruitment strategies to encourage a diverse candidate pool; undertake campus outreach, including developing and leading programs and workshops; advise and support students; and cultivate additional participation and collaboration with faculty, academic programs, and departments.

This position requires exceptional written and oral communication and interpersonal skills. In addition, the individual must be able to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously with minimal supervision, including meeting deadlines established by external agencies. This individual will lead initiatives related to national and international competitive scholarships including, but not limited to the Fulbright, Truman, Goldwater, Churchill, James C. Gaither Junior Fellows, Luce, and Udall awards.

The Vanderbilt Career Center serves undergraduates enrolled full-time in the Blair School of Music, College of Arts and Science, School of Engineering and Peabody College. In addition the Center provides career coaching to recent graduates (0-2 years) after graduation. The Center provides many opportunities for students to learn about and explore professional opportunities including internships, career coaching, credit-based career courses, workshops, career panels, on-campus recruiting, job fairs, and industry-based Treks. The Career Center also supports students who are seeking graduate school admission as well as prestigious scholarships and fellowships. The Center consists of a leadership team, a coaching team, an employer relations team, and support staff. 

Duties and Responsibilities

Fellowships Recruitment and Advising:

*  Promote knowledge of awards opportunities, including application requirements, processes, and deadlines, through workshops, classroom presentations, and other activities. Develop innovative recruitment strategies for candidates including programs and presentations to faculty, departments, student groups, etc. Provide direct coaching services to students seeking opportunities, including discussing relevant fellowships opportunities and providing review of application materials such as resumes, personal statements, and essay question answers.

Fellowships Application Process Management:

*  Manage the institutional elements of fellowships application processes, including submitting university-sponsored applications according to foundation guidelines, establishing advising committees, and writing and/or procuring institutional endorsement letters. As needed, provide feedback to letter of recommendation writers. Oversee the communication plan for services, including drafting articles for publication about award recipients.

Relationship Development:

*  Cultivate relationships with faculty, departments, and academic programs to ensure cross-campus participation in identifying and mentoring candidates, serving on selection committee, and providing letters of support. Develop and maintain relationships with external funding agencies and foundations, ensuring appropriate campus preparation and selection procedures.


 *  Bachelor’s degree and at least three (3) years of experience in college student support services, such as writing center, career center, counseling center, or related student service positions with administrative responsibilities is necessary.
*  Master’s degree in counseling, higher education, international studies, or related field, and at least 1 year of experience as described above is preferred.
*  Strong record of mentorship and student advising, with the ability to build a rapport with students.
*  Understanding and appreciation of the needs of students seeking competitive fellowships, internships, and full-time jobs.
*  Knowledge of prestigious fellowships and/or participation in an external fellowship program.
*  Strong knowledge of aspects of career decision-making and career development including resume-writing, interviewing, and the internship/job search process.
*  Demonstrated success in program and/or project management for at least one year.
*  Excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong interpersonal and presentation skills.
*  High creativity, innovativeness, and an entrepreneurial style.
*  Strong initiative, with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
*  Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and information.
*  Ability to work evening hours and a flexible schedule as needed, especially around major award deadlines.

For complete information (job #2000518) and to apply please go to:

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June 25, 2020

Vanderbilt University - Associate Director of Fellowships & Scholarships

The Associate Director is part of the Career Center at Vanderbilt University and is the key administrator in organizing the overall strategy for post-baccalaureate opportunities, including fellowships, scholarships, and graduate/professional study. This position works closely with the Career Coaching and Employer Relations teams in the Career Center, as well as with Vanderbilt students, faculty, administrators, and representatives from other institutions and external organizations. It is expected that the individual will develop and enhance undergraduate awareness of graduate and professional study and scholarship opportunities through advising, workshops and presentations; undertake campus outreach; create administrative procedures and advising plans; cultivate additional participation and collaboration with faculty, academic programs, and departments; and critically assess the performance of the post-baccalaureate initiative. In addition, the Associate Director will train and update career coaches on post-baccalaureate study and scholarship opportunities.

The Vanderbilt Career Center serves undergraduates enrolled full-time in the Blair School of Music, College of Arts and Science, School of Engineering and Peabody College. In addition, the Center provides career coaching to recent graduates (0-2 years) after graduation. The Center provides many opportunities for students to learn about and explore professional opportunities including internships, career coaching, credit-based career courses, workshops, career panels, on-campus recruiting, job fairs, and industry-based Treks. The Career Center also supports students who are seeking graduate school admission as well as prestigious scholarships and fellowships. The Center consists of a leadership team, a coaching team, an employer relations team, and support staff.

Duties and Responsibilities

Program Management
*  Provide overall structure and design for post-baccalaureate opportunities programming including strategic planning and management of administrative procedures.
*  Determine key duties of Career Center staff to ensure clear understanding of responsibilities.
*  Ensure all those affiliated with the program are trained and knowledgeable about their area of activity.
*  Directly supervise staff members.
Student Recruitment and Coaching
*  Partner with Career Center staff and others to provide workshops, classroom presentations, and other activities to ensure widespread knowledge of opportunities to increase the number and quality of applicants for fellowships and scholarships.
*  Provide coaching services to students seeking post-baccalaureate opportunities.
*  Ensure the Career Center team is trained, updated and informed about post-baccalaureate opportunities and graduate study advising and develop ways in which they can support the initiatives.
Relationship Development
*  Promote internal and external awareness of the program to increase program participation of both students and faculty. Cultivate relationships with faculty, departments, and academic programs to ensure cross-campus participation in identifying and mentoring candidates, serving on selection committees, and providing letters of support.
*  Develop and maintain relationships with external funding agencies and foundations, ensuring appropriate campus preparation and selection procedures. Represent Vanderbilt at regional and national conferences as needed.
Process Management
*  Manage the overall process for the program including publicizing and promoting opportunities and deadlines and establishing advising committees.
*  Develop innovative strategies for programs and presentations to faculty, departments, student groups, etc.
*  Oversee the communication plan for services, including an enhanced website presence.

Supervisory Relationships

This position has supervisory responsibility over two career coaches with possible team expansion with future hires. As part of the Career Center Leadership Team, this person will participate in the hiring process for new direct reports. This position reports administratively and functionally to the Executive Director.

*  Master’s Degree and five years of relevant experience in an academic setting, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary.
*  A terminal advanced degree (e.g. PhD, EdD, JD etc.) is preferred.
*  Strong commitment to ethics, and the ability to exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with sensitive material is necessary.
*  Doctoral-level education with at least one year’s experience in an academic administrative stetting is preferred.
*  Experience managing a program for post-baccalaureate opportunities including fellowships and scholarships, or closely related experience.
*  Exceptional written communication, data management, and interpersonal skills.
*  Ability to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously, including meeting deadlines established by external agencies.
*  Flexibility and organizational skills.
*  Ability to manage multiple complex tasks, meet deadlines, set priorities, and work both independently and with a team.
*  Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills.

For complete information (job #2000516) and to apply please go to:

Open until filled
June 12, 2020

University of Chicago – Assistant Director

About the Unit

      UChicagoGRAD, a part of the Office of the Provost that supports graduate education across the University, is an innovative national model for preparing graduate students and postdocs to succeed while at UChicago and beyond. With teams focusing on admissions, fellowship advising, writing support and public speaking training, diversity initiatives, career exploration and planning, and administration, UChicagoGRAD works with campus partners to support students and postdocs at every stage of their academic careers and beyond. UChicagoGRAD functions as a one-stop shop for graduate students and postdocs to access resources that support timely degree completion and to enhance professional preparation that helps them translate their degrees into a variety of careers. UChicagoGRAD works with academic departments and divisions as well as campus-wide offices to develop and implement outreach, recruitment, and yield efforts; graduate and postdoc-focused programs, workshops, and events; training and support tailored to UChicago graduate students and postdocs; and administrative practices and policies in support of graduate education.

Job Family

Student Affairs & Services

Responsible for services targeting the physical, emotional, academic, and financial well-being of students, including but not limited to admissions, enrollment, athletics, career services, residence life, student activities, counseling, and health programs.

Career Track and Job Level

Scholarly Support

Plans, oversees, and coordinates programs, workshops, and advising related to graduate student and postdoc scholarly development, including pedagogical training, fellowships, writing, and other related services.

P2: Requires knowledge and experience in own discipline; still acquiring higher-level knowledge and skills. Builds knowledge of the organization, processes and customers. Solves a range of straightforward problems. Analyzes possible solutions using standard procedures. Receives a moderate level of guidance and direction.

Role Impact

Individual Contributor


The job administers a range of programs, workshops, and advising related to graduate student and postdoc scholarly development.

1) Advises graduate students and postdocs on various aspects of their scholarly development., 2) Develops and leads programs and workshops related to various aspects of scholarly development., 3) Presents program content., 4) Serves as liaison with internal and external stakeholders., 5) Performs other related work as needed.

Unit-specific Responsibilities
1) Performs fellowship advising to include including search, guidelines and approaches to writing essays; identifies internal and external resources; may assist proposal-writing process.
2) Develops expertise on international research, dissertation write-up, professional fellowships, etc. 
3) Coordinates various awards; manages internal and external deadlines and procedures. 
4) Performs outreach and maintains collaborative partnerships with campus partners; presents collaboratively with team regarding UChicagoGRAD services.
5) Hosts fellowship agencies, Foundations speakers, Alumni and others. Assists with tailoring programs to campus needs; supports event outreach and logistics. 
6) Support data collection and maintenance of Graduate Fellowship database, assists with weekly Funding newsletter; prepares and presents information for various audiences.
7) Assists with supervision of graduate interns.

Unit-Preferred Competencies
1) Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
2) Excellent interpersonal skills.
3) Knowledge of national fellowships.
4) Sound judgement and ability to anticipate potential problems and address them before they arise.
5) Independent decision-making skills.
6) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
7) Ability to work independently on multiple projects with overlapping timelines.
8) Ability to effectively build and manage relationships with a variety of intra- and inter-institutional partners including faculty, administrators, and foundation representatives. 

Education, Experience, and Certifications
Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline.
Preferred Qualifications
1) Master’s degree
1) 3-5 years relevant work experience
2) Familiarity with culture of a research university
3) Familiarity with graduate education
Required Documents
1) Resume
2) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information

NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.

Application can be found here:

Open until filled
June 4, 2020

Southern Methodist University - Director of Graduate Fellowships & Awards

Reporting directly to the Assistant Dean of the Moody School of Graduate and Advanced Studies, the Director of Graduate Fellowships and Awards plays a key role in promoting funding opportunities for graduate students from external sources such as NSF, NIH, Wenner-Grenn and Louisville and in supporting graduate students as they apply for these opportunities.

In this effort, the director works closely with graduate students in group and one-on-one sessions to share information about funding opportunities and application processes and deadlines and to help graduate students develop successful application materials.

In addition, the director manages fellowships and awards offered by the Moody School including University Ph.D., Mustang, and Moody Graduate Fellowships and Ph.D. Health Insurance Awards.

Essential Functions:

*  Meet individually and in groups with graduate students to workshop application materials, and review material drafts between meetings.
*    Promote external funding opportunities for graduate students through email, print materials, group information sessions, and individual meetings with department chairs and program directors.
*    Coordinate with the Office of National Fellowships and other offices on strategies for fellowship promotion across the university, including fellowships for undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, and faculty.
*    Prepare, submit, and manage reports requested by funding organizations.
*    Coordinate with the Office of Financial Aid, Accounts Payable, the Health Insurance Coordinator, and academic departments to determine eligibility for Ph.D. Health Insurance Awards, to notify awardees, and to disburse awards.
*    Promote University Ph.D., Mustang, and Moody Graduate Fellowships offered by the Moody School to department chairs and program directors. Coordinate review of fellowship nominations by Graduate Council.
*    Coordinate with the Office of Financial Aid, Accounts Payable on the awarding and disbursement of University Ph.D., Mustang, and Moody Graduate Fellowships.
*    Serve as a resource and liaison between the Moody School and other SMU offices.
*    Participate on university-wide committees and engage others in external funding application initiatives.


Education and Experience:

*  Master's degree is required. Ph.D. preferred. Degree in natural sciences, social sciences or engineering is desirable.
*  A minimum of three years of work experience is required. Higher education experience preferred.
*  Experience working with federal funding agencies and/or applying for grants and fellowships is preferred. Experience working in a lab, on a grant or acquiring a fellowship while acquiring a Ph.D. is desirable. Experience reviewing fellowships for the funding agencies is a plus.
*  Experience editing and coaching technical writing is preferred. A demonstrated track record of success in fellowship or grant applications is highly desirable.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

*  The ideal candidate must possess strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate broadly across the University. A proven track record and demonstrated ability to work with faculty and students across disciplines is essential.
*  Candidate should have demonstrated tact, diplomacy, and discretion in a professional setting. Must also have demonstrated appreciation for the values of higher education and sensitivity to the nuances of an academic culture. Evidence collaborating and partnering with colleagues and building trust and credibility is essential.
*  Candidate must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing. Strong technical writing and editing skills in a scientific field for publication are also required.
*  The ideal candidate must possess a strong working knowledge of MS Office. Familiarity with Slate is desirable. Knowledge of federal funding opportunities and application procedures is required.

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May 31, 2020

Johns Hopkins University - Director, Scholars & Fellows

 General Summary:

The Director of Scholars & Fellows will provide leadership in integrating and building out a new portfolio of scholars programs and national fellowships advising. Within the Center for Student Success, the existing fellowships program will merge with a new cohort-based scholars program focused on first-generation and limited-income (FLI) students interested in the social sciences and humanities. This nexus will also provide a new home for an existing cohort-based scholars program at the university. The integration of these three programs has a two-fold goal: to provide strong pipelines of FLI students for fellowships opportunities; to allow the fellowships program to develop a stronger presence for freshmen and sophomores. All staff roles in this new unit will advise both scholars and fellowships applicants.

 The director will have expertise in scholar development, familiarity with the landscape of nationally competitive fellowships, demonstrated success in working with high-achieving underrepresented students, including success in navigating issues that typically confront first-generation and/or limited-income (FLI) students. The director will oversee the existing fellowships advising program, lead and build out the new Kessler Scholars Program, and serve as a liaison and visible presence for the Baltimore Scholars Program. The person in this role must move effortlessly in both faculty and administrative cultures, and be effective in both student-facing work and collaboration with development officers.

 As head of the new Scholars & Fellows unit, the director also holds the title of director of the Kessler Scholars Program at JHU. This new program is dedicated to an intensive enrichment experience via academic and professional resources for first-generation and limited-income (FLI) students who are pursuing study in the humanities and social sciences. The program is scheduled to launch in Fall 2020 with a cohort of ca.15- 20 scholars with the potential of growing to 70-80 scholars once fully established. The inaugural director of the Kessler Scholars Program at JHU will play a leading role in program design and implementation efforts and is responsible for the overall experience and student success of the scholars. The director will be responsible for measuring, evaluating, and reporting on the programming, advising, mentoring, and interventions employed in the program. The director will also play a key role in collaborating with partner programs at other institutions to share knowledge on best practices, program design and evaluation.

 All students in the two cohort-based scholars programs will also be part of a recently established advising/coaching program at JHU, which provides them with a steady resource throughout the undergraduate experience. The advising/coaching program will support scholars in navigating their academic experience (proactive academic planning, creative problem solving, and connection to academic resources). Advisors/coaches also provide year-round proactive holistic guidance (addressing self-care, socio-emotional well-being, career-related issues including major choice, internships, full-time employment, graduate school opportunities, and other post baccalaureate positions). Within the new Scholars & Fellows team, advising focuses on students’ intellectual wayfinding and, in the context of fellowships advising, intense and iterative feedback meant to push applicants to high levels of self-reflection and expressive competence.

 The Director of Scholars and Fellows reports to the Executive Director for Student Success.


Master’s degree in student affairs, higher education, counseling or related fields including a humanities or social science discipline is required. PhD preferred.


Five years of experience leading, implementing, managing programs of similar complexity required. Seven years of experience preferred.

 Full details can be found at:

Open until Filled
May 21, 2020

Director of Admission, Knight-Hennessy Scholars
Stanford University
Job Number: 86646

Knight-Hennessy Scholars program
The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program cultivates a diverse multidisciplinary community of emerging leaders from around the world and guides them to collaborate, innovate, and communicate as they prepare to address the complex challenges facing society. Knight-Hennessy Scholars benefit from an experiential leadership development platform, become part of a supportive community of fellow scholars, and receive funding for graduate study at Stanford. The program focuses on broadening knowledge, developing skills, and strengthening character through the King Global Leadership Program, which provides a collection of community experiences, workshops, meetings with leaders, domestic and global study trips, and personal development opportunities.

Our team is small and entrepreneurial. A successful admission process is essential to the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, and this role is key to the long-term success of the admission process. If you enjoy collaborating with colleagues across Stanford, relish engaging with varied constituencies around the world, appreciate operations and technology, and value intense periods of reflection, we want to hear from you.

Job Purpose
The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program seeks a Director of Admission to lead the Admission team to attract, recruit, select, and enroll a high-potential cohort of graduate students each year. Reporting to Knight-Hennessy Scholars co-founder and Shriram Family Director John Hennessy, the Director of Admission should evince a passion for graduate education and leadership development within a leading research university. Experience leading and managing a team, as well as familiarity with highly selective admission processes, is a plus. Domestic and international travel is required.

This is an exciting time to join the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program. The program has grown from an idea into one of the world's leading graduate communities and leadership programs; last year, we received more than 6,100 applicants for the cohort of 76 scholars. The ideal candidate is a strategic thinker, a creative problem-solver, a conscientious colleague, and an enthusiastic team player with a depth of knowledge in assessment, student experience, and team management. You will exhibit intellectual curiosity, solid judgment, an innovative spirit, technical expertise, and a commitment to managing both complex and simple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced, start-up-like environment.

Your primary responsibilities include:

• Providing coaching and mentoring, managing performance, determining staffing needs, developing and ensuring succession planning within the area of responsibility.
• Developing, implementing, and continually assessing the policies and practices for selecting cohorts of Knight-Hennessy Scholars
• Representing the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program to various groups within Stanford University (faculty, department administrators, etc.)
• Sharing the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program and Stanford University with various constituents (prospective applicants, alumni, university administrators) throughout the US and around the world, including, designing and leading online, off-campus, and on-campus information sessions
• Participating in the Knight Hennessy Scholars program's internal academic, administrative, and financial policy development
• Working independently to make decisions regarding projects, programs, and initiatives
• Managing, interpreting, implementing, and ensuring compliance with legal, financial, university, academic, and administrative policies and external regulations
• Defining and revising the criteria for selection, in conjunction with leadership team
• Evaluating, engaging in consultative reviews, and rendering decisions on applications
• Other duties may also be assigned

To be successful in this position, you will bring:

• Bachelor's degree and ten years of relevant experience, or a combination of education and relevant experience.
• Strong leadership and strategic management skills
• Demonstrated ability to handle highly confidential and sensitive information with good judgment
• Experience managing people
• Creativity in marketing and communication
• Ability to establish credibility and effective working relationships across the university
• Advanced communication (oral and written) and presentation skills to convey information to diverse audiences
• Ability to collaborate with peers and lead cross-functional groups toward a shared goal.
• Adaptability to new information, changing conditions, or revised priorities
• Appreciation for cross-cultural competencies
• Comfort with data analysis

In addition, preferred requirements include:

An advanced degree; terminal degree strongly preferred

Physical requirements include:

• Frequently sit, perform desk-based computer tasks
• Occasionally stand, walk, twist, use fine manipulation, grasp, use a telephone, write by hand, sort and file paperwork, lift, carry, push, and pull objects that weigh up to 10 pounds.

* Please note this position will require occasional work on evenings and weekends and up to 25% travel.

The job duties listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification and are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary depending on department or program needs without changing the general nature and scope of the job or level of responsibility. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned.

Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Stanford welcomes applications from all who would bring additional dimensions to the University's research, teaching and clinical missions.

Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link:

Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Open until filled
February 22, 2020

North Carolina State University - Prestigious Fellowship Advisor

The University Fellowships Office helps NC State’s undergraduate students, graduate students, and alums learn of and apply for nationally competitive and prestigious awards. These awards fund a wide range of opportunities, and many are connected to undergraduate and graduate degree programs or internships, overseas opportunities, and independent projects.

*  Promoting external fellowships to current and prospective NC State University students
*  Helping students navigate the diverse sources of information about fellowships, in order to identify the most promising opportunities
*  Matching students with specific fellowship opportunities and individuals (e.g., current fellows or faculty) who can help in the application process
*  Informing students about the experiences and credentials that are viewed favorably by specific fellowship sources through individual meetings, information sessions, and organization-specific presentations
*  Reviewing and critiquing NC State University student fellowship applications to help ensure their competitiveness
*  Building a network of externally funded graduate fellows at NC State.

Minimum education/experience

Master’s degree with fellowship/grant-writing experience, or bachelor’s degree with five or more years direct fellowship advising experience

Required Skills
*  The position will report to the Director of the University Fellowships Office and work closely with the Department of Academic and Student Affairs staff, the Graduate School staff, and academic and student-serving units across the University. The successful candidate will be familiar with higher education advising and have fellowship/grant-writing experience.
*  In addition, the individual must be knowledgeable about sources of funding for undergraduate and graduate education, how to use online tools to find such opportunities, and have a strong record of mentoring students through the fellowship application process. The successful candidate must have a rapport with students, be adaptable to their priorities and abilities, and possess excellent networking skills
*  Demonstrated ability to work efficiently and effectively with little day-to-day supervision
*  Strong interpersonal and written communication skills
*  Availability to work weekends and evenings, as required

Salary range: $50,000-$55,000

For more information and to apply:

March 4, 2020
February 17, 2020

High Point University -  Director of Fellowships and Awards

The Director will work closely with campus partners to support High Point University students in their pursuit of distinguished national scholarships and awards.

Primary Responsibilities: The Director will successfully identify, recruit, mentor, and support undergraduate applicants for prestigious national and international scholarships and awards and expand the profile and reach of the office on campus. The Director will also coordinate the requisite advisory committees composed of faculty scholarship contacts and relevant university personnel. Other vital responsibilities include educating faculty and staff throughout campus about available scholarships; maintaining the office’s website; maintaining institutional records of applicants and their success; and organizing events to honor students receiving awards associated with the office. Due to the seasonal timing and externally-set deadlines of the fellowship process, the successful Director will be able to demonstrate successful time management and a high degree of flexibility and adaptability in their schedule.

Qualifications: Candidates should have extensive academic or applicable administrative experience. Applicants must be able to demonstrate a successful record of mentoring students for fellowships/awards; familiarity with best practices for supporting student postgraduate applications; and skills in leadership, collaboration, and oral and written communication. Preference will be given to candidates with a terminal degree in their discipline and direct administrative experience with awards and applications of this type. Faculty status will be considered for qualified candidates interested in maintaining a minimal teaching commitment.

Required Applications Materials
Letter of Interest addressing the job responsibilities and requirements, including applicants experience with national fellowships and awards
Curriculum vitae
Names and contact information for three references

Please attach the following required application materials in the Faculty Application Documents Upload section of the online application. To apply, you may visit
Review of completed applications will begin immediately.

Open until filled
February 10, 2020

Rise Program – Director of Selection

The Rise program is a new educational initiative administered by Schmidt Futures and the Rhodes Trust. The program, which will seek young people between the ages of 15 and 17 from around the world, will be designed to encourage a lifetime of service and learning by providing support that could include scholarships, career services, and funding opportunities to help these leaders serve others for decades to come. The position will be based in New York.

The Role

The Director of Selection will lead selection for the Rise program, and will be responsible for designing, managing, and driving the selection process for Rise winners and continuously improving the process to ensure the highest quality selection mechanism. The Director will also be responsible for engaging partners and students around the world to increase applications and to ensure the highest standards are met for selection.

Key Responsibilities
*  Design and manage the selection process for the Rise program
*  Continuously improve the selection process through iteration, engagement with experts, and experimentation
*  Increase the number of talented young people who apply for Rise
*  Lead the decision process for selection of Rise winners
*  Provide students, parents, and teachers with information regarding selection requirements and processes
*  Engage in the recruiting process by planning, coordinating, and overseeing promotional events, campus tours, student interviews, and other admissions activities
*  Supervise the interview process for Rise
*  Manage the review process for all applications
*  Communicate changes, statistics, and other information to the executive director and governance board
*  Maintain standards for Rise selection and continuously work to increase diversity of applicants and winners
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
*  Proven experience designing and leading talent selection in a global context, preferably with the 15-18 year old age group
*  Strong knowledge of best practices in admissions and/or scholarship application, interview and assessment processes
*  Experience designing and developing assessment tools
*  Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
*  Understanding how to build relationships across global cultures
*  Demonstrated teamwork ability and record of impact in high-intensity, team-based environments
*  Values-based, collaborative working style with demonstrated commitment to the highest standards of ethics and confidentiality
*  Have at least 10+ years of work experience in government, business, philanthropy, academia, or the military
*  Experience in a start-up or entrepreneurial environment would be advantageous
*  Have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited institution
*  Be based in New York and be able to travel within the U.S. and internationally on a regular basis as needed.

The job posting, additional details, and an online application form can be found at this link:

Open until filled
February 5, 2020

Missouri University of Science and Technology - Program Manager

Missouri University of Science and Technology is hiring a full-time student support program manager to join a combined writing center and fellowships advising office in the Division of Academic Support. Successful candidates will have both writing center and fellowships advising experience. Alternatively, they will have significant experience in one of these two areas, as well as the motivation, education, and background to grow into a role that supports both. Reporting to the director of the writing center and fellowships advising office, the program manager will assist in sustaining a strong program of peer writing consultation, building a recently established fellowships advising program, and capitalizing on the strengths of each function in support of the other.

Essential Functions

Student Recruitment and Outreach
*  Assist in the recruitment of competitive scholarship and fellowship applicants, and promote specific award programs.
*  Assist in the recruitment, screening, and hiring of peer writing consultants.
*  Develop initiatives and resources to promote writing center services among students across campus.
Training, Advising, and Resource Development
*  Guide students individually as they navigate the fellowship application process, help them to identify suitable fellowships, provide feedback on application essays, and prepare them for interviews.
*  Assist the director in providing day-to-day guidance and supervision for peer writing consultants, and assist in introductory and ongoing consultant training.
*  Work with the director to develop presentations, workshops, web content, and other instructional materials to recruit and guide competitive fellowship applicants and to meet the needs of undergraduate student writers.
Collaboration with Faculty and Staff
*  Provide creative and administrative leadership for efforts to nurture a campus culture that encourages students to apply for fellowships and provides the opportunities and support necessary to develop competitive applicants.
*  Collaborate with faculty and staff across campus to promote and implement writing center programming.
*  Assist in the student nomination process, compose nomination letters, organize nominating committees as necessary, and conduct student interviews.
*  Assist in tracking and analysis of data on writing center traffic, consultant training and performance, award programs, outreach efforts, fellowship application activity, and feedback on department services.
*  Provide information necessary to support budget decisions.
*  Assist in the management of purchasing, student payroll, and scheduling.
Minimum Qualifications
A bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least three (3) years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired
Preferred Qualifications
*  A master’s degree in a relevant field of expertise
*  Superior writing skills and an understanding of the conventions of technical writing and fellowship application essays
*  At least three years (3) of experience working with college students in a leadership, instructional, or advisory role
*  Demonstrated ability to develop and conduct effective presentations, workshops, or classes
*  Familiarity with writing center theory and practice and/or familiarity with fellowship programs and the fellowships application process

Salary:  $47,476 - $50,000 per year

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Open until Filled
January 28, 2020

University of Pennsylvania - Associate Director for Undergraduate Research

Job Description Summary

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF) at the University of Pennsylvania houses Penn’s campus-wide undergraduate research efforts and fellowships advising in one centralized office serving the entire University. Leading with the principle that “research is for everyone,” CURF promotes and supports academic engagement through research and fellowships across all areas of the University. CURF is also the campus home for two academic scholarly programs, the University Scholars and the Benjamin Franklin Scholars, and serves as the administrative hub for the President’s Innovation Prize, the President’s Engagement Prize, and the Thouron Award.
In support of undergraduate research at Penn, CURF maintains an extensive searchable database of undergraduate research opportunities, including the Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring (PURM) program for first- and second-year students. In addition to the nearly 20 programs directly coordinated through CURF, the database also lists other research programs and grants at Penn and elsewhere. CURF also maintains a database of nearly 1000 Penn faculty who work with undergraduates, and our team of Research Peer Advisors (RPA) provide guidance to over 500 undergraduates each year about the undergraduate research experience and how to secure these opportunities. CURF promotes undergraduate research efforts across the university in collaboration with an extensive network of campus partners, including each of the undergraduate schools, College Houses, Admissions, the Cultural Centers, Greenfield Intercultural Center, PennFirst PLUS, among others. CURF organizes several annual events to highlight and celebrate undergraduate research at Penn. These include: Fall Research Expo, Research and Fellowships Week in November, presentations for Quaker Days, and other events throughout the year that highlight faculty research and student participation in research.

Job Description

Reporting to the Sr. Associate Director for Undergraduate Research, the Associate Director will assist with undergraduate research outreach efforts, manage summer programming for PURM, maintain undergraduate research databases, assist with fall and spring grant application processes, coordinate annual undergraduate research events, manage undergraduate research website and social media, and assist with assessment and reporting processes for research experiences.

Specific duties include:

Assist with outreach programming to promote Penn undergraduate research opportunities and CURF undergraduate research programs including the Penn Undergraduate Mentoring Program (PURM), Jumpstart for Juniors, Summer Humanities Internship Program (SHIP), among others; Coordinate the annual programs highlighting Penn undergraduate research including, the CURF Research Expo in September, Research and Fellowships Week, Quaker Days, etc. ; Maintain the database of undergraduate research opportunities and the directory of Penn research faculty; maintain the Undergraduate Research website and social media; Assist with managing the fall and spring grant application processes and grant reviews; Manage summer programming for PURM; Help develop and support assessment processes for research experiences and provide relevant information for donor and other reports; Manage the selection process for Research Peer Advisors (RPA), and supervise RPAs; Advise students on undergraduate research opportunities.

Qualifications: BA/BS required, Master's degree in any field preferred, plus 2-3 years of related work experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in higher education and knowledge of/experience with/past participation in undergraduate research or similar high-impact academic practices is required.  Successful applicants will also have a demonstrated ability to work with students from diverse backgrounds. Strong organizational skills with excellent oral and written communications skills. Good decision-making and ability to work both collaboratively and independently with limited supervision; demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects under tight deadlines required; must have the ability to handle sensitive material and information confidentially. May be required to work some evening and weekend hours as needed.

Full details can be found at:

*A Cover Letter is required to be considered for this position. Please upload a Cover Letter as well as a Resume in the Resume field box of the application*

Open until filled
January 24, 2020

University of North Carolina at Greensboro - Prestigious Scholarships Advisor

The International Programs Center at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro invites applications for the position of Prestigious Scholarships Advisor.

This position reports directly to the Associate Provost for International Programs. The candidate will lead initiatives related to national and international competitive scholarships, including UK Scholarships (Rhodes, Mitchell, Marshall, Churchill, etc.), Fulbright, Goldwater, Truman, Udall, Astronaut, and others. Beyond advising and liaising with the various entities connected to this critical work, this individual will coordinate and deliver our Global Engagement intercultural workshops and other selected activities as a member of the International Programs Center staff.

About UNC Greensboro
UNC Greensboro, located in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina, is 1 of only 57 doctoral institutions recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for both higher research activity and community engagement. Founded in 1891 and one of the original three UNC System institutions, UNC Greensboro is one of the most diverse universities in the state with 20,000+ students, and 3,000+ faculty and staff members representing 90+ nationalities. With 17 Division I athletic teams, 85 undergraduate degrees in over 125 areas of study, as well as 74 master’s and 32 doctoral programs, UNC Greensboro is consistently recognized nationally among the top universities for academic excellence and value, with noted strengths in health and wellness, visual and performing arts, nursing, education, and more. For additional information, please visit and follow UNCG on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

About The International Programs Center

Established in 1992, the purpose of the International Programs Center (IPC) is to coordinate and develop the University’s international activities as well as to ensure that the University achieves its international goals as stated in its Strategic Plans. Specific activities include: developing and managing the Study Abroad and Exchanges programs; managing the faculty-led programs; advising and retention of international students and visiting scholars; providing support services including immigration and practical training placement for international (F1) and exchange students (J1) and visiting scholars; promoting prestigious scholarships and providing intercultural training across campus; securing funding for international-related projects for the faculty, departments and university; developing and managing outreach programs to the local schools, businesses and community. IPC also serves as the administrative liaison between the University and various internal and external agencies regarding intensive language-learning, including the Global Pathway Program, the Interlink Language Programs, and Newmind Education. As well as, housing the central administration unit of the UNC International Recruitment Consortium (UNC IRC).

Minimum Qualifications
• Master’s degree or bachelor’s degree with three years of relevant professional experience
• Prior project management and administrative experience and capability
• Significant relevant professional experience in an academic setting on a college/university campus
  – Examples of relevant professional experience include teaching and/or research appointment on a college/university campus; fellowships advising; academic advising; advising and mentoring students in an honors program/college and/or international education, service-learning, or undergraduate research unit.
  – Alongside full-time professional experience, graduate assistantships in a relevant area noted above and experience working, studying, teaching, or conducting research abroad, such as through a nationally competitive award (e.g., Fulbright), will be considered as part of a candidate’s body of relevant professional experience whether as a student, recent graduate, or working professional

Preferred Qualifications

• Ability to compile and analyze IDI data
• Experience and/or knowledge of internationalization and global learning
• Knowledge and/or experience with the Fulbright and other major fellowships/scholarships

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February 14, 2020
January 24, 2020

University of South Carolina - Director of Advising

 Job Purpose:  The South Carolina Honors College at the University of South Carolina invites applications for a Director of Advising.  We are seeking outstanding applicants with experience and passion in academic advising, strong supervisory experience, and administrative and organizational skills to oversee training, coordination and assessment of advising and orientation in the South Carolina Honors College. This position will supervise a group of Honors Advisors and serve as a liaison between the Honors College, academic college advisors, the Office of New Student Orientation and the University Advising Center. From our diverse and highly regarded faculty to our top tier students, everyone here is invested in learning, in and out of the classroom, which is why we're ranked consistently as one of the top honors colleges in the country. Our people are what set the South Carolina Honors College apart.

The incumbent will be responsible for academic advising of approximately 50 students each semester (or more when advisor positions are vacant), which involves assessing students’ curricular needs and opportunities and placing them in appropriate honors classes. The Honors College Academic Advisors possess a working knowledge of college curricula, university policy, and campus resources. Using this knowledge, Academic Advisors guide students toward a rich collegiate experience that may include research, study abroad, service learning, and/or internships culminating in graduation and post-graduation success, using available technologies to ensure accurate and effective advising.

Duties include: Supervising, training and evaluating professional staff who serve as Honors College advisors. Coordinating summer Freshman Orientation, advising and registration and preparing presentation, materials, and handouts, selecting, training and supervising of Honors Orientation Student Leaders. Using available technologies to ensure accurate and effective advising and assuming advising caseloads of others during position vacancies or in times of expanded enrollment. Managing Honors advisement and serving as liaison to University Advising Center and University Academic Colleges for Honors Advisor access to and training on advising software and tools. Tracking and monitoring honors progression requirements for all SCHC students and serving as liaison to Honors Advisors who identify students deemed at-risk for honors progression. Assessment of metrics on the success/impact of Honors Advising, in addition to regularly sharing data with staff and stakeholders.

Position Requirements:  Master’s degree in Students Services or a related field, plus 4 years related experience, or bachelor's degree and 6 years related experience required. Experience in directly supervising full-time staff positions, previous advising experience, and experience working with high ability students are preferred. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills, exercise good judgment, discretion, and be able to work courteously with diverse groups. Must have be able to take direction, initiate action, and work as a team member.

Application Procedures:  Please visit  to apply.

Open until filled
January 23, 2020

Emory University – Program Coordinator

The National Scholarships & Fellowships Program provides information and support for Emory College students, undergraduates enrolled in other Emory University divisions, and recent alumni interested in pursuing nationally competitive merit awards and internal Emory awards.

Job Summary:

This position reports to the Program Director for National Scholarships & Fellowships and supports all aspects of the program. 

The program coordinator will interface internally with students in undergraduate and graduate degree programs, other programs within the Office for Undergraduate Education, Campus Life, College Communications, Development and Alumni Relations, and various faculty and their administrative staff; and externally with foundation and award program staff, community members, vendors, and fellowship advising program staff at other colleges and universities.

Some of the responsibilities of the Program Coordinator will include:

Administrative: Maintain calendars and timelines for internal and external award application cycles, (including interviews, meetings, and advising appointments); oversee and direct materials/projects across different groups; create spreadsheets and databases for tracking and documentation; create reports/queries using Excel and other applications
Communication: Manage, update, and maintain program website; coordinate communications on social media and in digital announcements, including monthly publicity digest for students and other stakeholders; prepare and update PowerPoint presentations for info sessions and workshops.
Student Support: Act as a first line of support to students, including advisement on application requirements, deadlines, etc.; assess student needs and escalate to appropriate advisor(s) or other academic units, when necessary; respond to student correspondence and communication and provide follow-up in a timely manner; track student contact and application status within a database system.
Event/Project Coordination: Handle logistics for program events in collaboration with OUE Events Manager and others; coordinate student, faculty, and staff schedules for internal nomination/selection and practice interview meetings; coordinate travel arrangements for student interviews and conference travel; represent the program in various internal and external meetings as requested.
Budget: Assist with processing expense reports and reimbursements.
Student Engagement: Interface with student organizations and Campus Life partners to publicize opportunities and increase program visibility.

Minimum Qualifications:

 Bachelor's degree in a field related to the program and two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

For more details please see:

Open until filled
January 23, 2020

NYU Shanghai: Coordinator, Global Awards and Community Engaged Learning

Position Summary

This position undertakes coordination in the areas of Global Awards and experiential learning projects under the Department of Academic Affairs. The position has two reporting lines.

In the area of Global Awards, the Coordinator works with the Director of Global Awards to administer campus committees and prepare students for international competitions, with a focus on underclassman student development. The coordinator will be responsible for organizing information sessions, organizing and hosting application and leadership development workshops, and liaising with faculty and colleagues in the Career Development Center to support students for awards including (but not limited to) Fulbright, Gates Cambridge, Rhodes Scholarship, Schwarzman Scholars, Yenching Academy and more.

In the area of experiential learning, the Coordinator works for the Office for Community Engaged Learning to develop academically-relevant experiential learning trips and activities for faculty and students.

The main responsibilities include:

Global Awards

Program Support and Student Advising
*  Research, learn and integrate best practices in fellowship advising and the wider landscape of global higher education funding across nationalities
*  Work with departmental colleagues to develop curated lists of field-specific academic research opportunities, scholarships and programs
*  Coordinate with the Career Development Center and Center for Office for Community Engaged Learning to organize academic leadership and development programs for fellowship candidates.
*  Hold office hours and on-campus support for fellowship candidates, particularly with underclassmen at the intake and scholar development level.
*  Internal Communications and Faculty/Staff Liaisement
*  Initiate meetings with departments and faculty to advertise relevant academic, language-based and service opportunities, via a Faculty Committee.
*  Collaborate with a Writing and Speaking Fellow on info sessions and events.
*  Communicate with external contacts and partners, including scholarship bodies and local fellows, to host info sessions and events on campus.
*  Update and maintain the Global Awards webpages and online information.
Administration and Academic Systems
*  Create and maintain relevant systems for advising appointments and maintain records of student contact and alumni recruitment.
*  Assist in processing relevant transactions and reimbursements.
*  Collect and analyze metrics related to student meetings, applications and awards
*  Undertake related projects analyzing broader academic practices and outcomes
*  Other duties as assigned
Experiential Learning
*  Consult with and assist faculty in the process of developing and implementing academically-centered experiential learning trips for undergraduate students.
*  Plan and execute operational logistics and chaperoning of experiential learning trips, including training other chaperons, and managing budget and expenses.
*  Provide training and resources for faculty and students to enhance the instructional design, preparation, and learning for experiential learning trips and activities.
*  Other curriculum and operations projects as assigned.
Required Education
MA or PhD in education, advising, or a research-based academic field
Required Experience
*  Initiative to manage projects independently and in collaboration with colleagues
*  Strong track record of project management skills and communication skills for working effectively with colleagues and faculty across offices and schools in the NYU network.
*  Experience with academic service learning and/or experiential learning strongly preferred.
*  Interest in building and maintaining administrative systems and processes.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
*  Strong interpersonal and communication skills to work in an international, cross-cultural work environment with diverse students, faculty and staff
*  Ability to lead projects and host info sessions, nominations or interviews in evenings and outside of office hours based on time zones across NYU’s global network.
*  Excellent critical thinking, writing and editorial skills, as evidenced by writing sample

Full details can be found at:

Open until filled
January 18, 2020

The University of Manchester - International Officer (North America)

Sannam S4 helps leading educational institutions develop and succeed in high-growth education markets, including North America. We are seeking an International Officer (North America) to provide recruitment support and partnership development for a leading UK university, The University of Manchester.

Manchester is one of the most extensive higher education centres in Europe and the most popular city for students in the UK. The University of Manchester is the UK’s largest single site university and has invested over $2 billion USD as part of a strategy to be a world-class university; it is now ranked 27th in the world and 6th in the UK (QS Global World Ranking 2019). With 25 Nobel Prize winners in various fields, The University of Manchester has become the leading expert in the development of new technologies, including the applications of graphene (2014).

This role, as a member of Sannam S4’s higher education advisory team, will support the University’s international marketing team, focusing on the USA. The role will be home-based near a regional hub in one of the University’s priority recruitment areas, preferably the West Coast. The role reports into Sannam S4’s Operations Manager. Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States. Sannam S4 does not sponsor employment visas.

Overview of Role

To enhance the capacity of the University, which is seeking to strengthen its presence in the US, this role will lead on the development and implementation of outreach, marketing and recruitment strategies to increase the number of full-time on-campus undergraduate (UG), postgraduate taught (PGT) and postgraduate research (PGR) students from North America. The post holder will also work in partnership with University of Manchester staff responsible for Study Abroad.

Key responsibilities and objectives:
*  Identifies opportunities – and effectively communicates these opportunities in the form of written strategic plans – to increase market visibility for the University, advising and developing marketing and communication strategies and viable advertising opportunities in the US market and other means of raising awareness about study at the University.
*  Provides market insight on North America trends and makes recommendations to support informed decision making for the development of the marketing strategies of these markets.
*  Liaises closely with a range of colleagues in the Division of Student Recruitment and International Development and the University’s faculties, and acts as a key contact for this office’s staff and other University personnel visiting the USA.
*  Represents the University at education and recruitment fairs, conferences and school visits.  Comfortable preparing and delivering presentations to a range of audiences. Confident in the logistical planning and coordination of the travel details for the above events.
*  Contributes to the development of online and offline marketing tools, including social media, and presence on relevant online media; and will also contribute in the development of printed materials to support the University’s international recruitment activities.
*  Liaises with the University’s Division of Development and Alumni Relations and the Senior International Officer (North America) to develop a system for best utilizing local alumni networks focusing on recruitment activities.
*  Identifies and initiates links with universities, government agencies and other organizations in the designated countries, in close collaboration with the Division of Student Recruitment and International Development and the University’s international stakeholders.
*  Has the ability to represent a large and complex university.
*  Is a team player providing mutual support and encouragement to other team members.
*  Develops effective internal and external working relationships with a range of campus communities, and external partners, representatives, and professional organizations, leveraging these networks to achieve targets set by the University.
*  Perform other such duties as required.
The Person
*  Knowledge of the higher education industry with a focus on UK higher education
*  Knowledge of the North American secondary and post-secondary education systems
*  Experience in event planning or program administration
*  Experience delivering presentations and other public speaking activities
*  Willingness and ability to work both independently and part of a team
*  Ability to work remotely from a home office
*  Willingness to work off-hours to accommodate the UK time-zone
*  Desire and ability to travel regularly (in North America and abroad)
*  Holds a valid US driver’s license
*  Minimum bachelor’s degree
*  Proficiency in the use of all MS office applications
*  Prior experience working within a CRM system
*  Strong commitment to the student experience


Full details can be found at:

Open until filled
January 15, 2020

Director of the Wake Forest Scholars Program

The Office of the Dean of the College at Wake Forest University seeks applicants dedicated to academic excellence and the development of the whole student for a full-time staff position as Director of the Wake Forest Scholars Program. The Wake Forest Scholars Program is a vibrant office that supports the intellectual and personal growth of our student scholars. It assists undergraduates and recent alumni in navigating the complex process of identifying and applying for scholarships and fellowships that fit their academic interests and goals. The Director and the program staff help create exceptional learning experiences through advising, nurturing, identifying, and encouraging prospective candidates, candidates and nominees for a wide range of pre- and post-graduate scholarships and fellowships, both domestic and international. The Director also provides high-level administrative and strategic leadership, and serves as the principal contact between the program and various campus offices and departments and external fellowship offices and foundations. 

The Director is responsible for programming, as well as managing the operations and logistics of the scholarships and the scholarships office, which includes the Magnolia First Generation Scholars Program and the First in the Forest Program. The Director is responsible for all endorsements and nominations required of specific scholarships and fellowships, with the support of four faculty partners, in nominating Truman, Goldwater, major British and Fulbright scholars specifically. The Director reports directly to the Dean of the College. While the Director works primarily with current undergraduate students, she or he will also work with graduate and professional students and recent alumni/ae who may be seeking post-graduate scholarships and fellowships.

Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience consistent with program director positions at Wake Forest. 

To apply for this position, please visit the Wake Forest Careers Website:

Applicants should include a cover letter explaining relevant interests and experiences, a resume or C.V., and contact information for three references. The priority deadline is February 21, 2020. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The position start date is July 1, 2020, though there may be some flexibility for an earlier start date depending on availability.

February 21, 2020
January 15, 2020

Drexel University – Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator will play a central role in the Center for Scholar Development’s recruitment of and support for applicants to externally funded scholarships, fellowships, and grants. Reporting to the Director, the Program Coordinator’s responsibilities are primarily focused on outreach and general recruitment activities with students across campus, as well as cultivating relationships with other Drexel offices that support early-year students. The Coordinator will also contribute to maintenance of essential records related to fellowships processes, and provide logistical support for application processes.

Essential Functions

Recruitment and outreach initiatives for External Awards:
*  Coordinate and lead general fellowships programming, including “Fellowships 101” workshops, and represent the office at resource fairs, orientations, and information sessions.
*  Create and distribute general fellowships outreach materials as needed, including discipline opportunities lists or web resources.
*  Contribute content and review to communications materials such as award announcements, press releases, and the annual report.
*  Communicate with campus partners about upcoming events, available resources, and active recruitment processes.
*  Collaborate with other university departments and programs that serve early-year students in order to support an integrated recruitment pipeline for fellowships.
*  Represent the office through presentations and workshops to student groups, classes, and other campus offices and programs to build relationships and improve campus-wide knowledge about the office and external awards generally.
*  Assist with management of the student Fellowships Ambassador program, including scheduling periodic meetings, communicating with ambassadors about opportunities to share their fellowships experience, and identifying potential roles for student volunteers in office activities.
*  These tasks may require occasional evening or weekend hours, such as during university orientations or to accommodate students currently working full time off campus on co-op. To accommodate these hours, the coordinator can adjust other working hours.
Program Administration:
*  Manage the general Fellowships email inbox, responding to student inquiries, advising requests, and other general communications, and redirecting more specific questions or information to appropriate colleagues.
*  Coordinate administrative processes related to fellowships applications, such as scheduling committee interviews, organizing incoming applicant materials for review, reserving rooms and other meeting logistics.
*  Administer end-of-process applicant survey and periodically analyze results as part of program review.
*  Contribute to office-wide efforts to evaluate existing programs and activities and assist in developing plans for the future of our work.

The full job posting and application information can be found here: The salary range is $34,299 to $51,500.

February 7, 2020
January 14, 2020

Arizona State University – Faculty positions in Barrett, The Honors College

Barrett, The Honors College is hiring multiple teaching faculty for its newly established T.W. Lewis Center for Personal Development. We seek to hire full-time lecturers from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds for a one-year, potentially renewable, contract.

The mission of the T.W. Lewis Center for Personal Development at Barrett is to inspire, educate, and assist students in the achievement of their personal best throughout the journey to success and happiness. The Lewis Center does this through a wide variety of innovative courses, workshops and an engaging speaker series. Offerings by the Lewis Center are exclusively for Barrett students. Although housed on the Tempe Campus of Arizona State University, the Lewis Center serves students on all four of Barrett’s and ASU’s campus locations (Tempe, Polytechnic, Downtown Phoenix, and West Phoenix).

Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to develop and teach a variety of 1-3 credit courses on topics related to Happiness, Leadership, Career Management, Entrepreneurship, Free Enterprise, and Personal Success. Sample course titles include the following: 
* Success, Happiness, Meaning & Purpose
*  Multi-Discipline Entrepreneurship
*  Self-Awareness & Career Success
*  Self-Awareness & Leadership
*  Life Skills & Personal Finance

Faculty members will also serve as Honors Thesis Advisors, supervise internships, facilitate speaking events and Personal Development workshops, and work directly with students on personal assessments and other Personal Development initiatives.

We invite applications from candidates from a variety of academic and professional disciplines who have terminal degrees in their field of expertise.

Required Qualifications:
*  A terminal degree in a relevant field of expertise
*  Expertise in one or more of the course topic areas
*  Availability to instruct, lead events and meet with students at each of the four Barrett campuses (Tempe, Polytechnic, Downtown and West)
Desired Qualifications:
*  College or university seminar teaching experience
*  A commitment to inclusive pedagogy
*  Experience supervising research or experiential learning projects
*  Strong organizational skills
*  Demonstrated leadership expertise
*  A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion
*  A passion for helping students develop themselves personally and academically
*  Strong record of philanthropic, community and/or civic engagement

Application Instructions: Applicants are responsible for including: (1) a letter of application detailing (a) your relevant academic or professional experience, (b) teaching philosophy, and (c) how you can contribute to honors education and support a diverse student body; (2) a C.V.; and (3) a list of references with contact information in their application through the Interfolio website (see below). Emailed applications will not be accepted.

Applications will continue to be accepted past the deadline on a rolling basis for a reserve pool.  Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled.

The full description and application access is available at

January 28, 2020
January13, 2020

Clemson University - Assistant Director, Office of Major Fellowships

The Office of Major Fellowships seeks an Assistant Director to continue developing the Office's breadth and visibility across Clemson's campus. Since opening in July 2018, the office has grown tremendously and we are fortunate to now be an independent department, though we maintain close relationships with the Honors College, Clemson Abroad, and many other campus partners. The Assistant Director will be dedicated to fellowships-related work, with minimal non-fellowships advising duties, and will have a significant voice in molding the position, as well as launching new initiatives and programming as the office continues to shape its long-term vision. Therefore, strong interpersonal communication skills as well as excellent time-management and multi-tasking skills are a must. Compensation will be in the low-50s.

Bachelor's Degree and 1-3 years experience working with high performing students.
Master's Degree and experience working in a fellowships office. Knowledge of major fellowships.
Standard Hours: 37.5

For more details, please see:

January 31, 2020
January 8, 2020

New Mexico State University - Dean of the William Conroy Honors College

New Mexico State University invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the William Conroy Honors College, the first Honors College in the state of New Mexico, to commence as soon as feasible but ideally no later than July 1, 2020. Our Honors College is a nurturing liberal arts college embedded within the larger university. We are the most inclusive Honors College in the state, as admission is based solely on academic success and not a separate application and admission process. In keeping with our Land-grant, Space-grant, and HSI missions, we believe all high-achieving students should have all the opportunities that the Honors College has to offer.

The next leader of the Conroy Honors College will provide academic leadership to the College and report directly to the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. The dean will support and build upon the historic strengths of the college, and contribute to achieving the university’s goals set forth in its strategic plan, LEADS 2025,, by:

• Continuing the growth in the numbers of students who opt to complete 18 honors credits, including a senior capstone experience, and who then graduate with the designation of University Honors or Honors with Distinction.
• Enhancing retention for students who enroll in our general education courses, as these first-year seminars result in greater sense of community and retention, especially for Hispanic students.
• Continuing collaborations with departments across campus to design honors pathways, including increasing participation in Masters Accelerated Program (MAP) to ensure that Honors experiences are woven throughout the four years of baccalaureate study, and are part of a students’ field of study in addition to their General Education courses.
• Sponsoring programming to enhance student success, such as drop-in advising before students register for courses, organizing professional development activities, collaborating with the first-year student residential community, and organizing the annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium (URCAS).
• Mentoring students seeking prestigious national and international scholarships and fellowships.
• Expanding development activities to support students’ scholarships, research expenses, experiential learning, and professional development opportunities.
• Collaborating with staff and faculty of the Honors College to ensure continued growth and success of the college.

Full details can be found at:

Open until Filled
January 8, 2020

University of Alabama in Huntsville – Fellowship Advisor

The Honors College at the University of Alabama in Huntsville seeks a dynamic Fellowship Advisor. The candidate we select will have a unique opportunity to develop new student pipelines and new application mentoring processes for a university that has no such pipelines and processes currently in place.

UAH is a research-intensive, comprehensive university of about 10,000 students. For the past several years, UAH has had the highest average incoming ACT of any school in Alabama. The pool of potential applicants for prestigious national scholarships is deep, particularly in the area of sciences and international fellowships. More, the Honors College recruits top students from all over the country and gives them a vibrant academic and community experience and has regular, close contact with its students.

Specific duties for the position include:
*  Work with the Honors College, admissions, and other Academic Colleges to identify and recruit strong applicants for prestigious national scholarships, such as the NSF GRFP, Goldwater, Marshall, Truman, etc.
*  Advise and mentor students in the application process for prestigious scholarships and top tier graduate programs.
*  Develop an internal selection process for students competing for prestigious scholarships.
*  Train advisors in all colleges to recognize potential scholarship students.
*  Potentially teach a course that develops student’s readiness for graduate school and prestigious scholarship applications. 
*  Work with Honors Students and advise them on undergraduate research and their Honors Capstone Project or Thesis and help advise Honors Students on earning their Honors Diploma.
*  Work with students from underrepresented students across the whole university to encourage application for undergraduate and graduate scholarships.
*  Other duties as assigned.
*  Bachelor's degree required; master’s degree preferred. 
*  5 years of full-time verifiable work experience involving personal interaction, significant writing and editing, and some leadership.
*  Must have experience writing for competitive awards to include scholarships, grants, etc.
*  Must have excellent verbal and oral communication skills.
*  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is required.
*  5 years of work experience in higher education is desired.
*  3-5 years of experience as a fellowship advisor at a previous institution is preferred.
*  Knowledge of requirements for winning major fellowship awards (e.g. NSF GRFP, Goldwater, Marshall, Rhodes, Fulbright, etc.) is desired.

Application is made through the UAH Interview Exchange Portal. The specific position can be found at:

Open until filled
January 6, 2020

College of Charleston – Dean of the Honors College

The Honors College seeks a visionary leader who will demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, the liberal arts and sciences mission while contributing to the College of Charleston’s wider mission of internationalizing its offerings, promoting high-quality teaching and scholarship, and advancing a culture of diversity and inclusion. The Dean must have the ability to work collaboratively with faculty and administrators from diverse disciplines, expand internal and external partnerships, engage actively in fundraising, possess excellent communication skills, and work closely with a strong advisory board. The candidate must also be able to recruit, retain, and mentor qualified and diverse students. The Dean must possess a terminal degree, previous administrative experience, and a substantial record of teaching and scholarly achievement that would qualify for a tenured faculty appointment in an appropriate academic department. A background in honors education is strongly preferred, as well as successful experience with advancement and recruitment activities. The Dean reports to the Provost and is the chief academic and administrative office of the Honors College. Starting date is no later than July 1, 2020. 

Review of applications will begin on February 15, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing their qualifications and vision for this position, a C.V., along with the names, email addresses, and phone numbers for five references at

Applications will be kept confidential and reference checks held until select candidates are contacted. Nominations or inquiries about the position should be directed to: Dr. Gibbs Knotts, Chair of the Search Committee ( or 843-953-0760). More information about the College can be found at

Open until filled
December 13, 2019

University of Missouri – Assistant Director, Office of Undergraduate Research

We are seeking someone who is passionate about developing students at a public institution, coordinating events, promoting undergraduate research, using their talents and strengths, and having fun with a team of like-minded colleagues!  This is an amazing opportunity for someone with initiative, energy, and determination to help take MU to the next level of excellence and leadership in undergraduate research and faculty mentored scholarship. 

Job Description and Application Information can be found at Click on staff jobs for "prospective employees" and enter the JOB ID # 32386 (Mgr Student Support Svcs).   A final review of applications will be done in the beginning of January 2020.  Master's degree desired, PhD preferred.  Ability to work with science students/faculty as well as non-STEM disciplines is essential.

MU defines undergraduate research as student engagement in scholarship (e.g., research, creative, or professional projects) designed to lead to generalizable knowledge or other such outcomes as may occur in a particular field of study.  It is a faculty-mentored experience using approaches, methods, and analysis appropriate to the discipline.

The Office of Undergraduate Research ( fosters and supports mentored undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity in a premiere research environment.  We seek to achieve this mission by:

*  Fostering the growth of undergraduate research and creative scholarship
*  Facilitating best practices of undergraduate research and creative scholarship
*  Maximizing the student experience and enhancing quality of the experience
*  Increasing visibility of the opportunities and outcomes of undergraduate research and creative scholarship
*  Serving as a central resource for MU students, mentors, programs, and departments

The Office of Undergraduate Research is one of the collaborating units under the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies (  MU is an Institutional Member of CUR.

Open until filled
December 13, 2019

University of Alabama in Huntsville - Fellowship Advisor

The Honors College at the University of Alabama in Huntsville seeks a dynamic Fellowship Advisor. The candidate we select will have a unique opportunity to develop new student pipelines and new application mentoring processes for a university that has no such pipelines and processes currently in place.

UAH is a research-intensive, comprehensive university of about 10,000 students. For the past several years, UAH has had the highest average incoming ACT of any school in Alabama. The pool of potential applicants for prestigious national scholarships is deep, particularly in the area of sciences and international fellowships. More, the Honors College recruits top students from all over the country and gives them a vibrant academic and community experience and has regular, close contact with its students.

The university's 500+ acre campus is home to 16 high-tech research centers and labs responsible for close to $94 million in research expenditures. As the anchor tenant for Cummings Research Park, the second-largest research park in the nation, UAH also enjoys close partnerships with governmental and commercial employers like NASA, NOAA, the U.S. Army, the FBI, and the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology.

Huntsville is consistently ranked nationally as one of the best cities to live, raise children, and retire, and is undergoing rapid expansion and development.  In addition to being a center of high-tech research, Huntsville is also known for its vibrant art, music, and cultural scene.

Specific duties for the position include:

*  Work with the Honors College, admissions, and other Academic Colleges to identify and recruit strong applicants for prestigious national scholarships, such as the NSF GRFP, Goldwater, Marshall, Truman, etc.
*  Advise and mentor students in the application process for prestigious scholarships and top tier graduate programs.
*  Develop an internal selection process for students competing for prestigious scholarships.
*  Train advisors in all colleges to recognize potential scholarship students.
*  Potentially teach a course that develops student’s readiness for graduate school and prestigious scholarship applications.
*  Work with Honors Students and advise them on undergraduate research and their Honors Capstone Project or Thesis and help advise Honors Students on earning their Honors Diploma.
*  Work with students from underrepresented students across the whole university to encourage application for undergraduate and graduate scholarships.
*  Other duties as assigned.


*  Bachelor's degree required; master’s degree preferred.
*  5 years of full-time verifiable work experience involving personal interaction, significant writing and editing, and some leadership.
*  Must have experience writing for competitive awards to include scholarships, grants, etc.
*  Must have excellent verbal and oral communication skills.
*  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is required.
*  5 years of work experience in higher education is desired.
*  3-5 years of experience as a fellowship advisor at a previous institution is preferred.
*  Knowledge of requirements for winning major fellowship awards (e.g. NSF GRFP, Goldwater, Marshall, Rhodes, Fulbright, etc.) is desired.

Application is made through the UAH Interview Exchange Portal. The specific position can be found at:


Open until filled
November 27, 2019

Davidson College - Fellowship & Experiential Learning Adviser

The Center for Career Development (CCD) has an opening for a creative and impactful Adviser to join the team.  The Center for Career Development at Davidson College is a dynamic team committed to providing leading-edge career exploration, preparation, and employment programs and services.  The CCD strives to be a national leader in the career development and support provided to students at a liberal arts college.  This growing and innovative team is dedicated to working collaboratively, with each other and the student body, in addition to partnering with campus and external stakeholders to provide best-in-class support and direction to our students.  The successful candidate will have a keen understanding of experiential learning and competitive fellowships, a strong commitment to the liberal arts and serving underrepresented students, and demonstrated skills engaging stakeholders through effective communications and programming.

Fellowship & Experiential Learning Adviser – The primary purpose of the role will be to educate students about competitive fellowship and experiential learning opportunities through individual advising, group programming, and resource development.  The Adviser will engage students their first year to build awareness of opportunities that exist, with deliberate efforts to reach first-generation students and students from underrepresented populations.  The adviser will coordinate a specific portfolio of competitive fellowship and experiential learning activities, collaborating with and informing CCD colleagues and campus partners of critical opportunities.  In addition to this portfolio, the Adviser will collaborate with the Sr. Assistant Director for Fellowships & Scholarships to provide support for other awards, such as Fulbright, Rhodes, Gates Cambridge, Boren, Beinecke, etc. plus a few internal Davidson College fellowships and scholarships.

This position functions as a key member of the Center for Career Development team and participates in all CCD activities.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

* Advises domestic and international students and alumni on competitive fellowships and experiential learning opportunities in one-on-one, small, and large group settings.  Provides coaching on the planning and preparation for opportunities such as nationally competitive fellowships, internships, research experiences, job shadowing, etc.
* Plans, delivers, or co-leads the implementation of fellowship and experiential learning events (knowledge and skill-building), including information sessions and workshops.  Consults and partners with external and internal stakeholders and student groups to guide in planning and delivering related programming.
* Under advisement, regularly evaluates and updates online resources on platforms such as Handshake and CCD website.
* Maintains institutional records of advisees, applicants, and outcomes.  Works with CCD Assistant Director for Events & Marketing, Sr. Assistant Director for Fellowships & Scholarships, and other internal and external stakeholders to promote opportunities and individual and institutional successes.
* Solicits and analyzes student feedback and evaluations and helps CCD team strategize to determine program offerings and innovation.
* Must be available and willing to work some evenings/weekends as required for events and programming.
* Will collaborate with CCD team for additional program management that could include the Davidson Impact Fellows program, Summer Internship Grant Funding program, or summer internship and research programs.
* Fully participates in office planning and team development activities to support the overall CCD function, including weekly staff meetings and regular 1-1 meetings with supervisor.  Adviser will report to the Executive Director of the Center for Career Development.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

* Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred
* Experience in higher education career development, nationally competitive fellowships, student services, or a related field required
* Demonstrated success in career advising, professional development preparation, advising, or counseling of undergraduate students preferred
* Excellent relationship management, coaching, and influencing skills
* Professional oral, presentation, and written communication skills
* Demonstrated skill in advising students on their writing
* Ability to engage student body and successfully develop relationships to support their career success
* Advanced technology skills, particularly knowledge of MS Office suite, Google Drive, and Dropbox; Handshake experience a plus
* Highly motivated self-starter, able to work independently with great levels of responsibility and accountability

Apply online at (Job # 493222 ) and attach a resume and cover letter.

Open until filled
November 25, 2019

U.S. Military Academy (West Point) – Deputy Director of the Graduate Scholarship Program and Instructor/Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Sciences

The United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, established in 1802, is the nation's premier leader development institution. It is the only college specifically charged with preparing young men and women for service as officers in the United States Army, and it has a singular focus on educating leaders of strong moral courage who are creative, critical, and resourceful thinkers.

The Department of Social Sciences in the United States Military Academy at West Point seeks an Instructor/Assistant Professor to serve as the Deputy Director of the USMA Graduate Scholarship Program.  Operating out of West Point’s Department of Social Sciences, the USMA Graduate Scholarship Program supports the Academy's mission by developing cadets who demonstrate exceptional potential into thinking leaders for the U.S. Army and the nation.

 Cadets in the Scholarship Program receive intensive mentorship as they synthesize their academic and military experiences and articulate visions for their future.  Cadets take a two-course sequence (XH497 Critical Thought and XH407 Advanced Critical Thought) and engage in developmental opportunities beyond the classroom.  At the conclusion of the Scholarship Program cadets apply for nationally-competitive scholarships like the Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright.

Duties include:

• Teaching: design and teach challenging interdisciplinary courses to elite undergraduates; liaise with all academic departments to develop and assess curriculum.

• Advising: oversee submission of scholarship applications; coordinate institutional support to applicants, including letters of recommendation; manage internal selection process for nationally competitive scholarships; and facilitate cadet and faculty research partnerships to support scholarship opportunities.

• Outreach: raise awareness of scholarship opportunities among cadets, faculty, and staff at West Point; liaise with all academic departments to identify candidates for scholarship competitions; build a communication strategy to strengthen the USMA Graduate Scholarship Program’s alumni community; sustain and develop relationships with external scholarship foundations and organizations; run a high-impact guest speaker series; host distinguished guests and organize events for groups of up to 50 people.


1) Academic accomplishment (a Ph.D. in Political Science, Economics, or an interdisciplinary field that includes these disciplines by time of appointment is preferred); 2) Demonstrably strong writing, presenting, and editing skills; 3) Promise or evidence of excellence in teaching at the
college level ; 4) Demonstrated ability to manage academic programs; 5) Promise or evidence of excellence in advising high-achieving undergraduates (experience with advising students on graduate scholarship applications is preferred).

Position details:

This is a full time appointment starting on or about July 6, 2020 for a term of 2 years.  Appointments may be extended or renewed.  As a term employee you will be eligible for medical insurance, life insurance, and retirement.  You will also earn annual leave and sick leave. Starting salary for this position is $70,297 to $74,870 per year.

To apply:

No later than January 6, 2020, please submit a cover letter, CV, academic transcripts, three professional letters of recommendation, and a writing sample of no more than 20 pages to:

United States Military Academy
Office of the Dean
Department of Social Sciences
Attention: Dr. Rachel Yon
607 Cullum Road
West Point, New York 10996

Please contact Dr. Rachel Yon at with any questions.

For a complete job description and additional details see:

January 6, 2019
November 21, 2019

The Jordanian-American Commission for Educational Exchange (JACEE) - Executive Director

Applications are invited for the position of Executive Director of the Jordanian-American Commission for Educational Exchange (JACEE), a bi-national educational foundation that administers the Fulbright Exchange Program, based in Amman, Jordan.  Candidates should be either U.S or Jordanian citizens with a minimum of seven years’ experience in the public, private, or non-profit sectors in the fields of international education, international development, organizational management, or university-level recruitment.

Qualifications:  Demonstrated experience in program management, recruitment, personnel administration, and outreach in international cultural or academic settings. Financial management, planning and fundraising experience. Knowledge of American academic institutions as well as the education systems and cultures in the Middle East region. Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; proficiency in English required, strong Arabic conversational skills preferred.  Advanced degree from an accredited university. For a complete job description and application details, visit:

A letter of application addressing the above qualifications, accompanied by a CV and three letters of recommendation should be sent by e-mail to no later than January 15, 2020. Only complete applications received by the closing date will be considered.

January 15, 2019
November 19, 2019

Temple University - Exec Dir of Career Services 


The Executive Director has overall responsibility for strategic planning, program delivery and assessment, budget and personnel management for the Temple University Career Center that serves more than 40,000 undergraduate and graduate students and eligible alumni. The Center provides a full range of services, including career coaching, signature career events, classroom presentations, professional development workshops, internship and job postings, on-campus recruitment, and employer relations. The incumbent will be responsible for a large unit with a budget of more than $1.5M and 17 professional and administrative employees. New initiatives will require a forward-thinking, creative leader who has demonstrated a commitment to student academic and career preparation.  Immediate focus will be continuation of "destination data" collection across the university, with the goals of continuing to increase knowledge rates as well as utilizing findings across the university’s internal and external communications; alignment with the schools and colleges to ensure that all students have access to the same level of career services and programs and experiential learning opportunities across the University; and the continued expansion of corporate/employer relations program.

This position reports to the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies within the Office of the Provost.  Performs other duties as assigned.

For more details about the position, please see

Open until filled
November 13, 2019

University of Notre Dame - Student Engagement Program Coordinator

Are you interested in advising undergraduates as they pursue research, other forms of experiential learning, and applications for major national fellowships? Are you an effective communicator who is adept at offering workshops and providing written feedback on applications for grants and fellowships? Do you want to work in a close-knit, student-centered environment that aims to help undergraduates do good in the world through scholarly engagement?

If your answer to these questions is “yes,” then we encourage you to apply to become the Student Engagement Program Coordinator in the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE). Previous advising experience is preferred, though we are happy to train someone who has the appropriate skillset.

The Program Coordinator will have three major responsibilities: (1) Collaborate with the director of CUSE to administer a portfolio of national fellowships. This will involve refining and implementing recruitment strategies to reach these populations, intensive advising and application feedback, and administering internal endorsement, nomination, or evaluation procedures. (2) Collaborate with the CUSE team on scholarly engagement advising. This will include workshop presentations on getting started in research and how to secure grant funding. It will also include one-on-one advising with students to provide feedback on grants proposals and to discuss how to pursue their research interests. (3) Collaborate with the Assistant Director for Student Engagement to coordinate efforts related to data analysis, marketing, and communication for CUSE.

The Program Coordinator will also collaborate with the rest of the CUSE team on Center-wide efforts, such as the Sorin Scholars honors program.

The anticipated start date for the position is February 3, 2020, though earlier or later start dates will be considered. Funding is available through CUSE for professional development through the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), and the National Association of Fellowship Advisors (NAFA).

Please visit to learn more about the position and submit an application. We plan to accept applications through November 28, 2019. You can visit to learn more about CUSE. Contact Dr. Jeffrey Thibert, Paul and Maureen Stefanick Director of CUSE, at with any questions.

November 28, 2019
November 13, 2019

Denison University - Assistant Director, Lisska Center

Denison University is an academically rigorous liberal arts college with an increasingly diverse campus community. It offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. Denison is located in the village of Granville, 30 minutes from Columbus, Ohio, the state capitol, which hosts a wide range of cultural and artistic opportunities. Granville also offers an excellent public school system and easy access to outdoor activities.

Denison is seeking an enthusiastic candidate to assist the Director and Associate Director (both which are Faculty positions) of the Lisska Center in the administrative functions related to fellowships advising (helping to educate students about competitive fellowships and scholarships through both individual advising and group programming), the Summer Scholars program, academic enhancement funding and awards, intellectual programming, the Gilpatrick House residence, and other tasks required to facilitate the operation of the Lisska Center.

To learn more about the position, requirements, and to apply, please visit . Applicant materials received by December 16, 2019 will receive full consideration. Position open until filled.

To achieve our mission as a liberal arts college, we continually strive to foster a diverse campus community, which recognizes the value of all persons regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or socio-economic background. For additional information and resources about diversity at Denison, please see our Diversity Guide. Denison University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Open until filled
November 11, 2019

University of Maryland Baltimore County -  Fulbright Coordinator

Specific duties include:

* Manages UMBC's Fulbright Student Program, including recruitment, advisement, mentoring and nomination of undergraduate students, graduate students and recent graduates representing all academic programs, levels, and locations. 
*Serves as the primary point of contact for externally sponsored international students, companies, Embassies, foundations, and other sponsoring agencies. 
*Manages UMBC's Fulbright Scholar Program, including recruitment, advisement, and nomination of faculty and staff. 
*Advises on other international prestigious scholarships and awards, such as Endeavor, Erasmus+ and Luce. 
*Assists Associate Vice Provost with special projects, strategic initiatives, and reporting.
*Performs other duties as assigned.

This position may require travel within the U.S. and abroad. Must be able to work some nontraditional hours, including evenings and weekends.

Required Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) required and three years (five preferred) related experience preferably working with prestigious scholarships at a college or university.  Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Upload a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references.  

Screening of Applications Begins: For best consideration submit application materials by December 1, 2019 (applications will be accepted until the position is filled).  


December 1, 2019
November 7, 2019

Fulbright Americas Program – Diversity and Inclusion Liaison

 Applications are invited for the position of Diversity and Inclusion Liaison for Fulbright Programs in Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada.  Reporting to the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, and based in Lima, Peru, the Liaison will develop, lead, implement, and evaluate innovative initiatives promoting diversity and inclusion (DI) across Fulbright Programs in the hemisphere.

  Qualified candidates will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in higher education or international education administration. Fluency in both English and Spanish is required.

 A one-year renewable contract will be offered to the successful candidate, whose ideal start date will align with the start of the academic calendar in Peru. Benefits are included. Salary is negotiable and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

 A letter of application addressing the candidate’s qualifications, accompanied by a CV and two letters of recommendation should be sent to no later than January 31, 2020.

 For a complete job description and application details, please visit:

January 31, 2020