Plan, coordinate, manage and/or support wellness and inclusion-based activities, including those that support potentially vulnerable student groups (including LGBTQ students, international students, parents, first generation students, underrepresented in science students, students with disabilities).
February 22, 2021
Demonstrated ability to learn and use new computer programs/applications, produce clear reports, develop, implement and coordinate projects, independently set priorities, and think creatively.
March 27, 2021
Provides counsel and advisement to members of the public, prospective students, applicants, admits, students, faculty, staff, college deans and associate deans, department chairs, and other University personnel concerning University, State, and other policies and procedures with regard to all the functions of the Graduate School, particularly graduate admissions.
April 06, 2021
Maintains, manages the training program in the New Innovations Residency Management Suite, this includes, preparation of all resident/faculty evaluations, rotation schedules, duty hours, scheduling, conferences, portfolio, creates database reports.
April 15, 2021
Reviews appeals and serves as liaison between student and next level of appeals process, determines appropriate action, and communicates with applicants, students, faculty, and staff related to appeals.
April 17, 2021
Participate in Archer Fellowship graduate program promotion, including distributing promotional materials, conducting informational sessions and sharing information about the program with graduate students.
April 19, 2021
Works closely with Student Administrative Services, International Office and academic department to ensure that students are enrolled and check-in on time as well as enrollment compliance with financial aid offers, if applicable.
May 22, 2021