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October 16, 2019

Bowling Green State University - Assistant Director, Fellowship Mentoring
Honors College

Position Summary

The purpose of this position is to offer effective academic advising to Honors students, participate in the College’s summer Orientation and Registration program for incoming students, and provide other administrative services to the College.

Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities

*  Recruit, develop, and prepare students for National Scholarship Applications (such as Rhodes, Truman, Marshall, etc.).
*  Coordinate internal scholarships, scholarship programs, and Honors Societies (e.g. Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board)
*  Provide academic advising to Honors students.
*  Coordinate College assessment strategy
*  Perform other duties as needed, including:
*  Coordinate programming.
*  Represent the Honors College at national conferences
*  Represent the College on University committees (including Advising Commissions, and University Academic Support Council)
*  Attend Honors College staff meetings.
*  Respond to miscellaneous requests for information from students, staff, faculty, and Administrators.

Knowledge, Skills or Abilities

Strong writing and editing skills. Strong oral presentation skills. Experience in working with high-achieving students desirable

Minimum Qualifications

Master’s degree required.  Degree must be conferred by the time of application
The following experience is required:
1-2 years of experience with student scholarship or cohort group management
1-2 years’ experience with student advising or mentoring

Full-time, Administrative staff position available. Administrative Grade Level 354. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Full benefit package available.

To Apply

For a complete job description & to apply for this position visit or contact the Office of Human Resources at (419) 372-8421. BGSU. AA/EEO/Disabilities/Veterans. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position with Bowling Green State University, please call 419-372-8421.

October 25, 2019
October 9, 2019

Director of the Emory Scholars Program

Director of Academic Programs, Emory College
Job Number: 43841
Job Type: Regular Full-Time
Division: Emory College
Department:  ECAS: Emory Scholars Program
Job Category:  Business Operations
Location : Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor


The Emory Scholars Program serves recipients of Emory University’s most prestigious undergraduate scholarships: the Robert W. Woodruff award, the George W. Jenkins Scholarship, and the Martin Luther King Scholarship.  The program aims to support the personal and professional development of students, and support Emory Scholars to foster positive change both during and after their time at Emory.  There are approximately 2300 alumni of the Emory Scholars program in a variety of fields, located across the world, who are excelling in their own work and making a difference in their communities.

Job Description:

Responsible for an academic program within the Emory College of Arts and Sciences (ECAS). Directs the planning, development, and implementation of programs. Develops long- and short-term goals and objectives for the program. Plans, administers, and monitors program budgets. Supervises staff and coordinates program efforts with other stakeholders in the University. May represent the University in national and international meetings.

Job Specifics of the Emory Scholars Director Position

The director of the Emory Scholars program takes a lead role in providing programming, advising and mentoring, and educational opportunities for recipients of major scholarships in Emory College of Arts and Sciences.  As a part of this work, the director advises students about opportunities for professional, academic and personal development, and designs programs to help students plan for the future and reflect on their experiences.

The director works closely with admissions to identify, select, and recruit outstanding students for the Emory Scholars program.  The director involves faculty, alumni and current students in the recruitment process, and facilitates follow-up with prospective students and families after their visit.

The director is responsible for developing contacts with alumni, and incorporating alumni participation in the activities of the Emory Scholars program.  Though the program has made progress in connecting alumni to current students and re-connecting them to the Emory Scholars program, there is still a great deal of work to reconnect and stay in contact with alumni.  The director will work with Advancement on this effort.  The Scholars in Emory College of Arts and Sciences also need connections to Scholars and Fellows in other colleges and units in the University, and the director is responsible for ensuring collaboration with others in the University.

The director is responsible for overseeing the three full-time staff members (though not all are direct reports) and the 8-10 student fellows who work for the program.

Finally, the director is responsible for developing on-going program evaluations and reporting regularly to stakeholders, on-campus and off-campus.  The Woodruff Foundation is a primary off-campus stakeholder, and has an interest in seeing greater visibility of the program among prospective students, alumni, the public, and peer institutions. 

Minimum Qualifications:

A master's degree and three years of related experience, preferably in a university setting.
Preferred Qualifications:
PhD or Masters in an arts or sciences field, or in educational studies. 
Significant experience working with high achieving students in either a scholars’ office, an honors program, or a similar programmatic area.
To apply: 
Open until Filled
September 26, 2019

Xavier University of Louisiana - Program Coordinator

Xavier University of Louisiana invites applications for a Program Coordinator for the Xavier Exponential and related initiatives (national fellowships and institutional partnerships). Xavier is located in New Orleans, Louisiana and was founded in 1925 by Saint Katharine Drexel and the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament. Xavier is Catholic and historically Black and offers a broad range of academic programs. The ultimate purpose of the University is to contribute to the promotion of a more just and humane society by preparing students to assume roles of leadership and service in a global society.

 The primary goal of Xavier Exponential is to provide exceptional Xavier students a transformative, "high-powered" honors experience through interdisciplinary, collaborative and innovative approaches to learning that also affect positive social change. Now in the second year, this honors experience includes co-curricular programming in three areas: Global Engagement, Enhanced Leadership, and Career Preparation. A few benefits of the Exponential experience include access to a residential honors community, mini-grant opportunities for international travel, special access to speakers and distinguished guests, individualized advising for nationally competitive fellowships and awards, and signature retreats.

The Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Director of Xavier Exponential in supporting students applying for national fellowships and scholarships as well as selective opportunities requiring institutional nominations. The Coordinator will assist with monthly programming, communications, maintaining accurate records, and managing office work flow. This position reports to the Director of Xavier Exponential/Special Assistant to the Provost for Scholarly Development and Institutional Alliances. The Program Coordinator will work with Exponential Scholars and other qualified students, faculty, advisors, and academic administrators to support Xavier Exponential, Fellowships Advising, Scholarly Development and Institutional Alliances.

For full details and to apply please go to:

Open until Filled
September 20, 2019

Northern Arizona University (NAU) - Coordinator of National and International Scholarships and Fellowships

 The coordinator is housed in the Honors College and reports directly to the Dean, but serves all
NAU students and alumni, regardless of whether they are affiliated with Honors. The Coordinator works closely with a number of campus partners, including various academic colleges and schools, the Graduate College, the Center for International Education, and the Office of Undergraduate Research to develop and implement a campus-wide effort to support NAU undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni seeking distinguished external scholarships and fellowships located both domestically and abroad. This effort includes publicizing prestigious fellowship, scholarship, and grant opportunities; providing resources; advising current and prospective applicants; developing and convening internal review panels and selection committees; providing support throughout the application and selection process. The Coordinator will be expected to participate in professional organizations dedicated to
prestigious fellowship advising, and to keep current in best practices for preparing students to apply for these awards.

   Duties include:
•       Serve as campus expert on domestic and international scholarships, fellowships, and awards, including but not limited to Fulbright, Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Gates-Cambridge, Pickering, Rangel, Schwarzman, Truman, Goldwater, Udall, Knight-Hennessy
•       Collaborate with campus partners to publicize fellowship and scholarship opportunities
•       Work with campus partners to provide assistance in advising students on fellowship and scholarship opportunities
•       Hold information sessions
•       Provide, as appropriate, coaching on writing and interviewing
•       Work with University Marketing to maintain a consistently updated website and social media presence
•       Develop and promote a culture of early identification of potential applicants for various awards
•       Maintain institutional records of applicants and their successes
•       Establish on-campus selection processes
•       Expand faculty involvement in recruitment and selection processes
•       Develop effective communication of selection results to the University community
•       Lead and implement program assessment activities

Minimum Qualifications
•        Master’s degree in appropriate area; AND,
•       Four years programmatic/coordinative experience; OR
•       Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education

Preferred Qualifications
•        Earned doctorate
•       Three (3) years’ undergraduate teaching or fellowship advising experience, or practical experience that would provide comparable understanding of the demands of national fellowship competitions
•       Demonstrative quantitative literacy
•       Experience with maintaining records and performing assessment

The budgeted salary amount is $46,159 - $56,291. Commensurate with experience.

For more information or to apply, see Job ID 604560 at

Open until Filled
September 17, 2019

Juniata College - Director of Health Professions

The Director of the Health Professions Program is a campus leader and reports directly to the Provost. The successful candidate will work with constituents from across the College in order to support students in their pre-professional paths as they come to understand the delivery of healthcare as a dynamic and rapidly changing field. This position, therefore, demands an individual who is able and willing to both challenge and support students as well as to work effectively with faculty and with staff and administrators from areas of the college including academic affairs, advancement and alumni relations, and enrollment. Additionally, the Director of Health Professions Program will be charged with creative consideration of new program development related to the Health Professions Program and consistent with the College mission. This is a 12-month administrative position.


Serves as a central resource about the various healthcare fields to students, the College community, outside agencies, and prospective students and their families and maintain current information through active participation in the National and Northeast Associations of Advisors for the Health Professions

Manages formal affiliation agreements with professional schools, and nurture contacts with admissions directors at professional schools

Serves as Chair of the Health Professions Committee, which functions as an advisory board for the program and directly advises all of Juniata’s Health Professions students

Coordinates the health professions advising process by providing support and guidance to members of the Health Professions Committee, and acting as an advising resource for all students in the program. The Director will work collaboratively with the academic advising function in QUEST (the academic resource/student success center), organize and coordinate group advising sessions and focused student workshops throughout the professional school application process, and provide formal progress evaluation of each health professions student following their third semester on campus.

Supports students in all stages of participation in the Health Professions Program: participates in recruitment of students to the program and represents the College at open house events, provide information about the Health Professions to incoming students at orientation, coordinate Health Professions advising, coordinate the annual award process for health professions student scholarship and award winners.

Manages the application process by participating in committee interviews, providing oversight and participation in the annual committee letter writing process, ultimately editing and submitting the final committee letters, staying up to date with applicant progress, following through with all evaluation forms from professional schools, and advocating for applicants as appropriate.

Teaches one or more courses annually that are central to the program

Serves as club advisor to the student health professions organization to support co-curricular mentorship and professional development

Collaborates with advancement and alumni relations to strengthen relationships between alumni and on-campus constituents and to pursue external funding for initiatives related to the Health Professions Program

Proposes new academic programs pertinent to health professions and consistent with the College mission, lead decision-making related to those proposals, and participate in the implementation of resulting programs

Performs administrative duties in support of the Health Professions Program including planning, preparation, and administration of the yearly program budget, management of the health professions e-mail listserv for current students, maintenance of an updated program website that serves as a valuable resource to current and prospective students, annual assessment of student outcomes and program success, and preparation of a comprehensive annual report for the College Senior Leadership Team


Advanced degree beyond Bachelor’s study required
3-5 years of experience in student advising and mentorship of students pursuing careers in the health professions
Expertise in program development and grant writing
Organizational and computer skills
Strong leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality

To apply, please submit a letter of intent, resume or curriculum vitae, and list of references.

Priority consideration will be given to applications received by October 15, 2019.

Full details can be found at:

Priority before October 15, 2019
September 13, 2019

Texas State University – Fellowship Advisor

Position Title:   Research Coordinator

The Graduate College at Texas State University is seeking to hire a Research Coordinator to help graduate students identify and prepare for nationally and internationally competitive funding. Texas State University is a doctoral-granting, Hispanic-serving, Emerging Research University located in the burgeoning Austin-San Antonio corridor, the largest campus in the Texas State University System, and among the largest universities in the state. Additional information about Texas State and its nationally recognized academic programs is available at

The Research Coordinator is a regular, 12-month, full time (100%) staff position working with the lead research coordinator and reporting directly to the Dean of The Graduate College. The Research Coordinator will contribute significantly to the establishment of a culture of scholarship across campus. Specifically, the individual hired will serve as a fellowship advisor, helping Texas State University graduate students identify and apply for extramural competitive fellowships, scholarships, and grants to support graduate study and both thesis and dissertation research projects. The position will serve students on both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses; while the research coordinator will be housed within The Graduate College on the San Marcos campus, regular travel to the Round Rock campus may be required on a limited basis.

Salary: $49,260

To learn more, please visit

Open until Filled
September 9, 2019

Duke University – Program Director

Job Summary: The Office of University Scholars and Fellows (OUSF) seeks a creative and organized individual with excellent interpersonal skills to lead a team of faculty directors, program coordinators, and graduate assistants to provide programming, mentorship, and experiential opportunities for Duke’s merit scholars. The MSP Director fosters academic engagement by providing vision and oversight for all of Duke’s Merit Scholarship Programs and through building strong working relationships with students, faculty, and the greater campus community.  The MSP Director works closely with campus partners, including Admissions, Alumni Affairs, Financial Aid, Duke Life, Registrar’s office, and University Development, to lead the annual scholar selection and recruitment process. The MSP Director serves as the OUSF point of contact for scholarship donors, including the Duke Endowment and Mastercard Foundation. Some travel is required.

Required Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree with at least 4 years of experience in higher education administration, preferably with experience advising high-achieving and high-ambition students. Ph.D. or other advanced degree preferred.  Strong and proven organizational, community-building, and written and oral communication skills are essential. The MSP Director must show evidence of a commitment to excellence in education and a record of successful involvement in program development and innovation.  The position also requires experience in managing budgets and employing fiscal responsibility.


The MSP Director should have experience in undergraduate honors programs or other programs for high-achieving students, and must have a demonstrated ability to lead teams of faculty and staff as well as empower students. A background in working with international, low-income, first-generation, racially diverse, and LGBTQ+ students is preferred.

For more information and to apply please go to:

Open until Filled
August 21, 2019

University of Nebraska-Lincoln – National Recognition and Awards Coordinator

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) has achieved great success since 2000. UNL has expanded the breadth and depth of its research, scholarship and creative activity; strengthened its educational programs; and enhanced technology development efforts to commercialize research discoveries to benefit society and fuel Nebraska’s economy. At the same time, a major institutional focus has been on increasing the number of faculty receiving prestigious national awards in recognition of their academic excellence and impact. This led to a 229 percent increase in the number of UNL faculty earning awards recognized by the National Research Council. UNL’s Office of Research and Economic Development is seeking a qualified individual to help
continue that positive momentum.

The primary responsibilities of the National Recognition and Awards Coordinator are to:
•       maintain a target list of prestigious national awards and memberships in honorary societies;
•       monitor data regarding the number of faculty receiving national honors and awards;
•       disseminate relevant faculty award opportunities to the campus community;
•       partner with administrators to identify faculty competitive for national honors and awards;
•       assist with the development and writing of award nominations and editing completed application materials;
•       coordinating and monitoring the award nomination process.

A master’s degree and three years of complex writing experience are required. Experience working with faculty at a major research university and developing marketing materials is preferred. Excellent project management, communication and writing and editing skills are necessary, as are exceptional organizational skills and the ability to quickly become familiar with complex subject matter in a wide variety of scientific and scholarly disciplines. Skill working with professionals from diverse backgrounds and the ability and flexibility to manage multiple projects in a deadline-driven environment are essential. Broad knowledge of nationally prestigious awards and the guidelines informing their preparation is helpful.

Compensation and Benefits
Salary is competitive ($55,000 minimum), and benefits include a staff/dependent scholarship program. Relocation assistance is available.

To learn more or apply, view requisition S_190835 at

Open until Filled
August 8, 2019

North Carolina State University - Program Coordinator for Fellowship Advising

The Program Coordinator for Fellowship Advising will report directly to the Director for Fellowship Advising and will be responsible for coordinating the programmatic efforts of the unit. The Program Coordinator processes documentation, assists in the planning and execution of workshops and seminars, coordinates logistics for committee meetings and visiting guests, develops and maintains print and web materials for students and faculty, compiles and maintains data and produces reports. The Program Coordinator also assesses the needs of and directs students to appropriate staff and resources.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Manage deadlines and confidential documents related to the application process for students applying for prestigious awards and fellowships
  • Coordinate the NC State Fulbright application process including faculty committee scheduling, documents collection, packet preparation, and interview scheduling
  • Coordinate, strategize, implement, and execute events and programs for FA, work with Director to plan annual reception and awards recognition ceremony for students
  • Work with the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) Marketing and Communications to create and maintain outreach materials for FA including website, marketing, publicity, communications, social media and annual publications in order to publicize student achievements and promote FA schedule of awards, deadlines and workshops
  • Create and maintain outreach materials for FA including website, marketing, publicity, communications, and social media – publicize student achievements on FA website and other campus media outlets
  • Assist the Director with outreach about FA opportunities for students through class visits, and networking with student organizations and faculty
  • Promote FA schedule of awards, deadlines, and workshops in campus media/social networking sites
  • Coordinate online video tutorials for all FA awards
  • Review and reconcile budget, revenue, payroll, operating expenses and encumbrances for FAO projects on a monthly basis


Minimum: Bachelor’s degree and at least three years of work experience in related field

Preferred: Master’s degree and publicity and promotion experience and design experience

Salary range: $40,000 - $45,000

Complete information can be found at:

August 22, 2019
August 6,  2019

University of Notre Dame - Student Engagement Program Coordinator

Are you interested in advising undergraduates as they pursue research, other forms of experiential learning, and applications for major national fellowships? Are you an effective communicator who is adept at offering workshops and providing written feedback on applications for grants and fellowships? Do you want to work in a close-knit, student-centered environment that aims to help undergraduates do good in the world through scholarly engagement?

If your answer to these questions is “yes,” then we encourage you to apply to become the Student Engagement Program Coordinator in the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE). Previous advising experience is preferred, though we are happy to train someone who has the appropriate skillset.

The Program Coordinator will have three major responsibilities: (1) Collaborate with the director of CUSE to administer a portfolio of national fellowships. This will involve refining and implementing recruitment strategies to reach these populations, intensive advising and application feedback, and administering internal endorsement, nomination, or evaluation procedures. (2) Collaborate with the CUSE team on scholarly engagement advising. This will include workshop presentations on getting started in research and how to secure grant funding. It will also include one-on-one advising with students to provide feedback on grants proposals and to discuss how to pursue their research interests. (3) Collaborate with the Assistant Director for Student Engagement to coordinate efforts related to data analysis, marketing, and communication for CUSE.

The Program Coordinator will also collaborate with the rest of the CUSE team on Center-wide efforts, such as the Sorin Scholars honors program.

The anticipated start date for the position is October 1, 2019, though earlier or later start dates will be considered. Funding is available through CUSE for professional development through the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), and the National Association of Fellowship Advisors (NAFA).

Salary range: $32,374 - $37,000

Please visit to learn more about the position and submit an application. We plan to accept applications through August 27, 2019. You can visit to learn more about CUSE.

Contact Dr. Jeffrey Thibert, Paul and Maureen Stefanick Director of CUSE, at with any questions.

August 27, 2019
August 5, 2019

New College of Florida - Assistant Director of Prestigious Fellowships

This position is the college's sole administrative staff member responsible for counseling, mentoring, and advising all New College faculty and students who are interested in prestigious national and international scholarships, fellowships, and awards including the Fulbright, Goldwater, Gilman, and Critical Language Scholarship, among others.

As New College has long been a leader in producing prestigious scholarship awardees, this position has great strategic importance to the college. The successful candidate will bring critical attention to detail, and significant experience in understanding the expectations and selection criteria used by prestigious fellowships. Candidates' prior experience should reflect demonstrable results in advising students, providing actionable feedback, and soliciting student work product of the highest quality, and the ability to engage, motivate, and guide students through all phases of the fellowship process. The ability to develop quality criteria and timelines for each fellowship application process, and to establish processes for capturing and reporting outcomes will be critical to the position's success. This position will also collaborate with the CEO team to market and promote fellowship opportunities to the New College community ensuring student awareness and that consideration of fellowships is a part of career planning.

This posting will remain open until filled. Resumes/CV's received by September 10, 2019 will be eligible for consideration in the first review round. 

Salary Range: $43,600-54,500

Complete information can be found at:

Open until Filled
August 5, 2019

University of Montana – Director of Prestigious Scholarships

The Director of Prestigious Scholarships and Fellowships will work closely with campus partners such as every school and college, the Franke Global Leadership Initiative, the Graduate School, Academic Enrichment, and Career Services to coordinate a campus-wide effort to support University of Montana (UM) students in their pursuit of distinguished external scholarships and fellowships.  This effort will include publicizing national fellowship, scholarship, and grant opportunities, providing resources, advising students about these opportunities, working with campus partners to identify and cultivate potential fellowship and scholarship applicants, identifying and convening review panels and selection committees, working with alumni, donors and the fellowship advisory committee, and providing support for the competition process.

The position will report to the Dean of the Davidson Honors College and will serve all UM students, in collaboration with all academic units.

Duties include:

Serve as the campus expert on external scholarships, fellowships, and awards, including but not limited to Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Gates-Cambridge, Fulbright, Truman, Udall, Goldwater, and Critical Languages Scholarships
Work with campus partners to enhance publicity of fellowship and scholarship opportunities
Work with campus partners to provide training and assistance in advising their participants on fellowship and scholarship opportunities
Develop a culture of early identification and cultivation of potential scholarship and fellowship applicants
Hold information sessions on various opportunities
Maintain institutional records of applicants and their success
Follow longitudinal progress of fellowship winners in reaching their educational career goals
Develop effective on-campus selection processes
Develop effective means of communicating the results of selection processes to the campus community
Expand faculty involvement in the fellowship process
Maintain a dynamic and constantly updated website.
Participate actively in conferences and activities offered by the National Association of Fellowships Advisors
Support the Davidson Honors College in promoting and executing UM’s Undergraduate and Graduate Research Conferences
Lead and implement program assessment and reporting activities

Starting salary for this position is $52,000 per year commensurate with qualifications.

Complete information can be found at:

Priority Date: August 12, 2019

Open until filled