Maintains all data on PhD students in a format which allows for rapid reporting as needed. Information includes admission data, achievement of doctoral milestones, Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant assignments.
Maintains the class schedules of all Teaching Assistants so they are not given an assignment which conflicts with their courses.
Enters revisions to the graduate catalog in Catbook and prepares documents required for review of the catalog by the Graduate Council.
Coordinates with the school's Academic Support Coordinators to ensure that all of the school's academic data is available in a central database.
Interfaces with the University regarding PhD student issues: Office of Graduate Education, Registrar, Admissions, Financial Aid, International Students Office.
Updates the PhD Student Guide annually.
Participates in PhD student recruiting efforts.
Serves as the academic support staffer for the Communication Sciences and Disorders PhD program including degree audits, registration, monitoring qualifying projects (keep records on the status of the projects when under review.)
Support the Associate Dean in resolving unique academic related matters.
Make PhD student office assignments.
Performs all other academic process activities as required to successfully support the academic mission of the school.
-Master’s degree.-Minimum of five years of experience working with college students in an academic capacity. Directly related academic advising and teaching experience in college or university setting.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Masters preferred and six or more years of academic process administration in an academic environment. Experience in leading and developing teams in an academic or similar setting.
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Internal Number: 13677
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