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Job Announcement: Assistant Director of Graduate Diversity

The University of Rochester is looking to fill a position for an Assistant Director of Graduate Diversity, who will serve as the primary recruitment and retention specialist for graduate students of color in Arts, Sciences & Engineering at the University of Rochester. Read More »

Educational Innovation and the Active Classroom CIRTLCast

Join our CIRTLCast this week, Scientific Writing in STEM Classes as a Cognitive Apprenticeship. Professors Penny Hirsch and Rob Linsenmeier of Northwestern University discuss best practices for teaching your undergraduate students scientific writing. 

Active Learning Activities for Your STEM Course

Dr. Richard Shingles of Johns Hopkins University will present on practical tips on developing active learning activities in your large STEM class! Instructors of large enrollment classes will learn about ways in which to implement active learning in the lecture hall. Read More »

Join the NSF Graduate Education Discussion Forum

The National Science Foundation's Graduate Education Forum invites you to participate in an online discussion among students, faculty, and other stakeholders about the challenges in graduate education and innovation to improve outcomes. See the moderated discussion topics and join the conversation at https://nsfgradforum.wordpress.com.

Job Announcement: Research Scientist at the Educational Testing Service

The Educational Testing Service has openings for Research Scientists at all levels in their Center for Advanced Psychometrics, located in Princeton, NJ. The newly established research and development team focuses on educational assessments focused on current educational patterns. Successful candidates will be conducting research on multi-sensory data, advances in computer vision, cognitive science, and more to building educational assessment models. Read More »

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