Kent State University's Higher Education Administration (HIED) program still has doctoral level graduate assistantships (GA) available for spring 2014.
The positions will be filled by individuals with interests in career development/advising. These positions offer an opportunity to develop teaching and research skills and gain knowledge regarding career development. GAs will teach career guidance courses and perform other duties as assigned. Hours vary and may require nights and weekends. Appointment for all positions are for the academic year with possibility of reappointment up to 3 years.
Qualifications: Candidates must be accepted into the KSU HIED doctoral program and enrolled full-time concurrent with the appointment. GA is required to enroll in Career Development and Guidance course during first semester. Professional interest in career development preferred. GA must demonstrate strong academic writing, library research, time management, and organizational skills.
Applications due ASAP.
Two doctoral level graduate assistantships (GA) are available for fall 2014. The first position is open to an individual with interest and experience in international higher education. The second position is open to a person with an interest in career development/advising. For more information, click here.
Qualifications: Candidates must be accepted into the KSU HIED doctoral program and enrolled full-time concurrent with the appointment. GA must demonstrate strong academic writing, library research, time management, and organizational skills.
Application: HIED Ph.D. program application and submit GA application to Dr. Mark Kretovics, 411 White Hall, Kent, OH 44242. Review of applicants will begin February 1, 2014 and continue until the positions are filled.