GPSO Community Development Coordinator 2015-2016 (deadline 27 FEB 2015)

Are you an experienced event planner? Do you want to work on GPSO’s community building initiatives? Are you a frequent attendee of GPSO’s Social Hours, Bagel Hours, and other exciting programs?

WE WANT YOU to apply for GPSO’s Community Development Coordinator 2015-2016!

GPSO’s Community Development Coordinator’s (CDC) main function is to plan and implement community-building programs for the graduate and professional student community. The CDC works closely with the President and Communications Coordinator to collaborate with other graduate student groups and disseminate information about programs. Innovative programming ideas are welcome and encouraged.

The Coordinator is a 20-hour per week (50% FTE) position. Compensation includes full tuition remission for 12 credits per semester and 6 credit hours during summer session 2016, excluding non-remittable fees; subsidized Student Academic Appointee Mandatory Health Insurance and a $12,500 stipend. Detailed position description and application processes is attached.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 11:59pm, Friday, February 27th

Any questions about the position should be directed to gpso@indiana.edu

GPSO Community Development Coordinator AIship for AY2015-2016

Are you an experienced event planner? Do you want to work on GPSO’s community building initiatives? Are you a frequent attendee of GPSO’s Social Hours, Bagel Hours, and other exciting programs?

 

WE WANT YOU to apply for GPSO’s Community Development Coordinator 2015-2016!

 

GPSO’s Community Development Coordinator’s (CDC) main function is to plan and implement community-building programs for the graduate and professional student community. The CDC works closely with the President and Communications Coordinator to collaborate with other graduate student groups and disseminate information about programs. Innovative programming ideas are welcome and encouraged.

 

The Coordinator is a 20-hour per week (50% FTE) position. Compensation includes full tuition remission for 12 credits per semester and 6 credit hours during summer session 2016, excluding non-remittable fees; subsidized Student Academic Appointee Mandatory Health Insurance and a $12,500 stipend. Detailed position description and application processes is attached.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 11:59pm, Friday, February 27th

Any questions about the position should be directed to gpso@indiana.edu

Summer and Fall Semester 2015 Medical Sciences AIships

Associate Instructor positions are due FRIDAY, March 13th .  The applications are ONLINE and may be accessed from the Medical Sciences WWW page via one of the following URL:

 

http://bloomington.medicine.iu.edu/job-opportunities/graduate-teaching-opportunities/

 

(or, I have attached a .rtf file if you’d like to type out your application)

 

Once you have downloaded the form, please print or type your information, and submit a hard copy of your application to Jackie Cullison in Jordan Hall room 104.

 

On the application forms, please list, in order of preference, ALL courses which you would like to be considered for an A.I.ship.  We especially have a need for instructors for our Anatomy A215 and Physiology P215 lab courses.  If you would like to see a job description for either of these positions, please see Jackie Cullison in Jordan Hall 104.

 

GRADUATE STUDENTS ALSO MUST HAVE A LETTER OR AN EMAIL FROM THEIR ADVISOR, STATING THEY ARE MAKING ADEQUATE PROGRESS TOWARDS THEIR DEGREE.  AN A.I. APPLICATION WILL BE CONSIDERED *INCOMPLETE* AND WILL not BE CONSIDERED IF WE DO NOT HAVE THIS INFORMATION! Emails may be addressed to me (vdean@indiana.edu) and/or Jackie Cullison (jculliso@indiana.edu).

 

Again, the deadline for submission is  Friday, March 13th.  The AI committee will meet in late March or early April and we hope to have decisions made by mid-April.

 

AY 2015-16 Graduate Assistantship in mobility studies research

The Department of Recreation, Park, & Tourism Studies at School of Public Health is seeking qualified candidates for 2 graduate assistantships (Masters or Ph.D.) starting Fall 2015. Candidates should have a strong interest in conducting both qualitative and quantitative research in the area of travel experiences of people with mobility disabilities. Successful candidate(s) will have the opportunity to work on a project funded by Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, and other research and teaching assignments as needed by the department.

Current graduate students at IU (if not interested in the assistantship) may also work on the project on an hourly basis (hourly employment starts as early as April, 2015).  Please contact Dr. Shu Cole (colest@indiana.edu) for more details.

2015-16 AI-ships in Student Academic Center (deadline 1 MAR 2015)

Graduate Employment Opportunities

Associate instructor Academic Year Assistantships

The Student Academic Center employs approximately 18 associate instructors. The number of openings varies from year to year, and some positions require specific subject knowledge.

Position Description

Assignments are on a 10-month basis (August through May) for 18 hours per week. In addition to teaching responsibilities, instructors will be involved in outreach presentations, workshops, one-on-one student instruction via the Individualized Academic Assistance Program, inservice training sessions, and professional seminars. Assignments beyond teaching are determined by calculation of specific teaching assignments as related to the distribution of the l8-hour/week assignment. Teaching assignments are not limited to one course area, and may vary from one session to the next.

Qualifications

AIs are selected on the basis of teaching experience, academic background, intellectual abilities, and organizational skills.

Candidates must:

  • be admitted to an Indiana University graduate program
  • be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours each semester
  • be knowledgeable about, willing to learn, basic computer applications (email, WWW, etc.)

Preference is given to:

  • doctoral-level candidates
  • candidates with previous coursework experience that is applicable to the position

 

Application Process

 

Applications are available beginning in January of each academic year for the next year’s session. Applications will be accepted until March 1.  Apply here.

We acknowledge that the experience of teaching at the SAC is both rewarding and occasionally trying. While we value experience, we also anticipate the possibility of burnout among our instructional staff. In doing so we respect the discretion of individual coordinators with regard to hiring and maintaining a quality staff while at the same time recognizing that a commitment of more than three years to a single SAC assignment might prove detrimental to the best interests of both graduate AIs and undergraduate students.

Summer Teaching Opportunity: Student Academic Center (due 1 MAR 2015)

The Student Academic Center invites applications for graduate students for associate instructor positions during summer 2015.  More information is available on our website http://sac.indiana.edu/employment/grademploy/

 

 

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION NO LATER THAN MARCH 1, 2015.

 

If you have any questions feel free to email me.  The application is available online.

 

 

Kelly D. Rollins

Student Academic Center

Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405

408 N. Union Suite 300

(812)855-7313 phone

(812)855-5474 fax

http://sac.indiana.edu

IU Summer Camp Jobs Fair WED 11 FEB 11:30 am – 3 pm

IU Summer Camp Jobs Fair:

Wednesday, Feb 11th

in Alumni Hall of the Indiana Memorial Union

From 11:30am-3pm

 

The Camp Fair will connect students from all majors to 55 different camps from across the country. Click here for list of participating camps

 

Working at a camp provides students the opportunity to gain experience while earning a summer income and living in a unique camp environment.

 

There are many specialty camps available looking for a variety of talents/positions:

  • Youth Counselors
  • Coaches/Sport Staff
  • Health staff
  • Art and Music staff
  • Lifeguards/Lakefront Staff
  • Outdoor Recreation Specialists

 

You may dress in business casual attire for the Camp Fair. We encourage you to bring copies of your resume and your student ID.

We hope to see you next Wednesday.

Victorian Studies Editorial Assistantships (deadline 26 FEB 2015)

VICTORIAN STUDIES

EDITORIAL ASSISTANTSHIPS

for 2015-2016


Victorian Studies invites applications for the positions of assistant Managing Editor and assistant Book Review Editor to begin 1 August 2015. Applicants will automatically be considered for both positions unless they note otherwise.


JOB DESCRIPTIONS:
The assistant Managing Editor works with the Managing Editor, corresponds with scholars in the field of Victorian Studies via post and e-mail, makes minor updates to the VS website, and edits manuscripts. He or she also has primary responsibility for overseeing the process of manuscript evaluation, including correspondence with outside referees regarding submitted essays.
 
The assistant Book Review Editor works with the Book Review Editor to commission and edit book reviews and review essays for publication in the journal. Both positions require intensive record-keeping, as well as strict attention to details.
 
After one year, the assistant Managing Editor ordinarily succeeds to the position of Managing Editor and the assistant Book Review Editor to the position of Book Review Editor. Applicants should therefore expect to be in residence from 2015-2017.
 
Graduate students gain one extra year of financial support overall by taking a position at VS. Here’s how that works: VS editors are given two years of employment, and departments typically allow students, before forfeiting any time off their contracts, to put their teaching contracts on hold for one year to take another form of graduate student employment. In the English department, for example, graduate students who take the editorial assistantship forfeit one year of their teaching contracts but gain two years of support through the assistantship, which means that they come out with one extra year of support overall.
 
QUALIFICATIONS: 
The assistant Managing Editor and Book Review Editor must be enrolled, through a department, in the Graduate School of Indiana University. A familiarity with the Victorian period and teaching or editing experience are strongly preferred.
 (Most of our successful applicants, historically, have been those whose scholarly work and interests focused on some aspect of nineteenth-century British culture.) Prior administrative experience is also helpful. Successful candidates have, in the past, completed coursework toward the PhD and have taken, or are about to take, qualifying exams. Both assistantships are half-time positions, with contracts beginning around 1 August.

APPLICATIONS:
Application forms are available from the Victorian Studies office in Ballantine Hall 338 (open M-R 10:00-2:00), or you may write to us to request an electronic copy (
victstu@indiana.edu). Applications should be returned with a full graduate academic transcript, a brief CV, a writing sample (reflecting current research), and a letter of recommendation written by a professor other than one of next year’s VS editors (Ivan Kreilkamp and Lara Kriegel) and sent directly toikreilka@indiana.edu. Candidates should accompany their applications with a 1-2 page letter outlining their academic experience and indicating the relevance of Victorian Studies and the assistantship to their graduate work and future plans. Those who have previously applied for an editorial position at VS may reapply simply by indicating that they wish to reactivate their files, and by adding additional supporting materials. Completed applications must be received in the VS office by Thursday, February 26, 2015; they may be returned via post or dropped off in the VS office during regular working hours. Candidates should note that a personal interview has been an important factor in the selection process.
 
If you are planning to apply, please consider sending us an email atvictstu@indiana.edu to let us know. It’s helpful for us to have a sense of how many applications we may receive prior to the due date.
 
INFORMATIONAL MEETING:
If you have any questions or would like more information on the assistantships–even if you’re interested in applying in a future year–we will be holding an informational meeting/Q&A session onThursday, February 12, at 12 p.m. in our office, Ballantine 338. Feel free to stop by! If you have any other questions, you can email us atvictstu@indiana.edu.

Spring 2016 Collins Call for Course Proposals (due 15 MAR, OPEN HOUSE 27 FEB)

Collins is accepting course proposals for spring 2016. This is an excellent opportunity for advanced graduate students (and faculty) to explore teaching a topic that is of interest to them and possibly related to their area of research/study. More information about the proposal process can be found at: http://www.indiana.edu/~llc/academics/instructors.shtml

 

In addition to the usual seminars offered under the CLLC heading (and generally taught by advanced graduates students), Collins would also like to invite interested faculty to experiment with new offerings at Collins. These courses will be offered under the faculty member’s own department course heading, but be held at Collins and follow the usual Collins format (21 maximum students and satisfying the Collins freshman and sophomore residency requirement).

 

Please share the attached pdf file with advanced graduate students and faculty in your department. This can also be printed as a flier to place within your department or academic program. 

 

Please note that there is an open house on Friday, February 27 from 5:00-6:00 pm in the Edmondson Hall formal lounge where prospective instructors can meet the Collins Director and members of our Board of Educational Programming.

 

If you have questions, please contact Collins’ director Carl Ipsen at cipsen@indiana.edu.

 

Sincerely,

 

Yara Cluver

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Yara Clüver
Associate Director
Collins Living-Learning Center
Indiana University
541 N. Woodlawn Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47406

Phone: 812-855-7354
Fax: 812-855-5158

REEI GA-ships 2015-16 (deadline 15 FEB 2015)

REEI offers funding for graduate assistants. Positions require a 20-hour per week employment commitment. In return, graduate assistants receive a stipend of at least $15,000 and fee remission for up to 30 credit hours per year. These awards are contingent upon receipt of funds from the US Department of Education.
New applicants are not as competitive for graduate assistantships as returning students unless they have had significant previous experience in newsletter publication or web design.

Applications for the GAship should include:

  • Graduate assistantship application (click this link for the application!)
  • Three letters of recommendation. Two new recommendations should address the student’s abilities to meet the demands of the GAship. The remaining reference may be on file if written by an IU faculty member within the last 18 months.
  • Current transcript of IU graduate work (may be obtained from your home department graduate secretary. OneStart transcripts are acceptable).
  • Current CV/resume.
  • Statement of 1,000 words or less, describing educational goals, career interests and plans.

GA applicants should describe their experiences with the following:

  • writing and editing (newsletters, reports, reviews).
  • computer experience (software, web skills, etc.).
  • office skills.
  • presentations (lectures, displays, showing of films).
  • organizational skills.
  • knowledge of library materials.
  • languages and level (reading, writing, oral).
  • overseas experience.

Applications are available in REEI and onlineApplication deadline is February 15, 2015. Applicants for GA positions may be contacted to arrange for an interview with the REEI senior staff.

Questions and applications should be directed to Emily Liverman, eliverma@indiana.edu.