School of Engineering
The School of Engineering offers 12 undergraduate degree programs and serves approximately 2,400 undergraduate students. The graduate assistant in this position does not need a background in engineering or math and science, rather a desire to work with outstanding, high-achieving students that are interested in science, technology, mathematics or engineering and gain a variety of experiences in several student affairs roles. The School of Engineering understands the importance of professional development and will provide opportunities for career growth. This position allows the graduate assistant to gain a unique perspective on how student affairs functions within a competitive, freshman-entry professional school at a large research university.
Graduate Assistant (brief description):
The experiences of this position will occur within the Engineering Student Success office. The duties are designed to give the graduate assistant experience interacting closely with undergraduate students, trained student affairs professionals, and faculty in the School of Engineering. This position gives the opportunity to work with new student programs, retention, and academic advising. The position reports to the Director of Undergraduate Services in the School of Engineering.
*This is a student services related position and does not require any engineering related education or experience.
Full Position Description
(For the 2019-20 year, this position is available)