Doctoral Graduate Assistantships
Kent State University's Higher Education Administration (HIED) program has several doctoral level graduate assistantships (GA) available for new Ph.D. students. GAs may be assigned to support faculty members with their research activities or to serve as an instructor for the Career Navigation course designed for undecided undergraduate students. Appointments 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. All GAs must demonstrate strong academic writing, library research, time management, and organizational skills. GAs teaching Career Navigation courses are required to enroll in Career Development and Guidance during their first semester.
Application: HIED Ph.D. program application and submit GA application to Dr. Stephen Thomas, 401-K White Hall, Kent, OH 44242. Review of applications will begin in February and continue until positions are filled.