Current and incoming students! The Office of Graduate Records is looking for a new graduate assistant. Ideally the position would start before the fall semester begins. Please go to the Student Employment Office (located in Hughes Administration Center 312) to Continue reading
Anyone looking for full or part-time work, including paid graduate assistantships at USD or positions elsewhere should regularly check the SOLES Job Board. To view opportunities, please go to https://www.sandiego.edu/soles/careers/job-board.php.
Research Assistants needed: The Nonprofit Institute seeks to hire PT research assistants to conduct focus groups, surveys, and draft reports on a project by project basis. If you are interested in being considered for work, please contact Laura Deitrick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin Calkins will teach LEAD 555 in Fall 2018. He earned his Ph.D. in educational leadership from The Catholic University of America, a master’s degree in education from Fordham University, and bachelor’s degree from Boston College. Kevin has spent his entire Continue reading
The Black Student Resource Center is seeking a graduate assistant. This position is available to all new incoming students. If you are looking for employment you can find this job posted in the SOLES Job Board: http://www.sandiego.edu/soles/careers/job-board.php?_focus=1865
I have heard from several of you this morning about summer syllabi that are not in the drive. Its OK. This is to be expected. If the syllabus is not in the drive, just show up to class on the first day and get it from the instructor. Continue reading
The department is housing all syllabi in a publicly shared google drive. There is a separate folder for each term. Continue reading
I’ll be hosting some more group advising sessions at the following times. Drop in any time. Wednesday, May 23 from 3pm – 5pm – Room 275A Thursday, May 24 from 3pm – 5pm – Room 275A Friday, May 25 from Continue reading
“Unfolding Humanity” is a massive, interactive sculpture: a metal dodecahedron (10’ tall, 40’ wide) built of LED illuminated pentagonal acrylic faces on top of a metal framework. • Unfolding the panels coveys Albrecht Dürer’s 500-year-old unsolved math problem, where participants Continue reading
The Jacobs Institute has a new research project, and we want to hire a graduate research assistant to help with data analysis and writing this summer. For this project, we are doing a follow-up evaluation of an innovative post-secondary pathway program, creating a professional manual with practical tools to Continue reading