The University of Pennsylvania’s program in Asian American Studies (ASAM) was established in Fall 1996 as a result of joint student, staff, and faculty efforts. An interdisciplinary program that offers a minor and a broad range of courses and activities, it explores the historical and contemporary experiences of Asian immigrants and of persons of Asian ancestry in North America. The Latin American and Latino Studies (LALS) Program was established in Fall 1988 also as a result of joint student, staff, and faculty efforts. LALS is an interdisciplinary program that offers a major and a minor with a broad range of courses, spanning the study of the history, arts, languages, cultures, societies, politics, and/or regional organizations of Latin American and Caribbean countries as well as Latino communities and individuals in the United States.’
Assist in all the daily administrative operations of the ASAM/LALS programs under the supervision of the Associate Director. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: provide administrative support for faculty, including arranging meetings and coordinating calendars; organize and supervise program events, including lectures, conferences, fellowships and award competitions; participate and assist in the organization of the open house and new student events; website and social media management; supervise and coordinate travel arrangements for visitors and faculty as requested; submit Concur and Ben Financial requests; represent the programs in all capacities.
This is a 10-month limited service position.
Internal Number: 45337
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