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African Sisters Education Collaborative Sisters Leadership Development Initiative Evaluation Reports to Jaime Bloxham The Graduate Assistant, SLDI Evaluation provides support for the evaluation of the grant-funded international Sisters Leadership Development Initiative program. African Sisters Education Collaborative Higher Education for Sisters in Africa Reports to Rosemary Shaver The Graduate Assistant, HESA Program Administration provides administrative support for implementation of the grant-funded international Higher Education for Sisters in Africa program. HESA is a grant-funded program that advances ASEC mission to empower women religious in ten countries in Africa to become leaders in their communities and in society through affordable higher education.

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Resident Adviser positions are available to students in the M.A. Higher Education and Student Development program. Graduate Assistants are part-time, one to two-year professional positions that work alongside various departments within the Higher Education and Student Development program. Graduate Resident Advisers and Graduate Assistantships receive financial assistance with housing, meals, tuition, and .

Higher Education Student Affairs Graduate Assistantships

Acceptance into HESA guarantees a placement in a graduate assistantship, usually offered through the Division of Student Affairs. Graduate assistantships are awarded through an interview process, which matches their interests and skills with available two-year assistantships. Graduate assistantships offer applicant the opportunity to combine the theories, gained through classroom instruction, with supervised, real-world experiences. Assistantships are designed to give applicant the skills and knowledge to function effectively in the workplace. In addition, graduate assistantships at the University of Connecticut offer an exceptional compensation package, providing a full tuition waiver, and medical and dental insurance options. Graduate assistantships are usually nine-month positions, however, some graduate assistantships can be extended through the summer between a student’s first and second years.

Graduate Assistantships

USC Rossier’s Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs program offers paid graduate assistantships that provide hands-on experience in higher education settings, while preparing applicant for their desired career in student affairs. The majority of PASA students participate in graduate assistantships on the USC campus and or at a number of colleges and universities within the Los Angeles area. Applicant will have the chance to apply for assistantships throughout their time in the program. Graduate assistantship positions are typically compensated by an hourly wage while some may offer tuition remission, or, in the case of residential education, room and board.

Assistantships

Graduate AssistantshipA graduate student in an institution of higher education employed in support of a department or unit responsible for work assigned by the supervisor within the unit or department which utilizes knowledge beyond academic studies. Teaching AssistantshipA graduate student in an institution of higher education employed in support of the teaching mission of the unit who is responsible for a quiz, drill, or laboratory section.

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Assistantships allow students to gain practical work experience in higher education while they pursue their master’s degree. Students on Graduate Assistantship must pursue their M.Ed. on a full-time basis and are not permitted to hold employment outside of the assistantship. Procurement of a Graduate Assistantship occurs through an interview process. The next Graduate Assistantship Interview Days will take place February 20-21, 2020 at the University of Houston campus. The pool of available Graduate Assistantships varies from year-to-year as new positions become available and current assistantship students graduate. But prospective students can review past assistantships offered by reviewing the list of UH Graduate Assistantship Opportunities. The finalized listing of graduate assistantship opportunities are shared with admitted students in early 2020.

Support Through Instructional Opportunities

Duquesne University offers doctoral assistantships that include teaching and research assignments. A limited number of on-campus doctoral teaching assistantships are awarded for Fall and Spring terms on a competitive basis by application. Classroom preparation and experience in a scholar teacher model of higher education. Therefore beyond a limited number of assistantships other students are able to secure partial support for their doctoral studies by serving in instructional roles within the department.

Amount: $20000
Funding Opportunities

Well over half of CS graduate students are typically funded through departmental fellowships, teaching, or research assistantships. Students on assistantships are exempt from tuition and a significant fraction of the costs for a University sponsored healthcare plan are covered. Be aware, however, that the department will have already screened the incoming students and awarded a pool of assistantships at the time admission offers were made. Thus, incoming students for that semester not given an assistantship from this pool generally have lower priority over continuing students for the few remaining positions.

Funding Opportunities

Well over half of CS graduate students are typically funded through departmental fellowships, teaching, or research assistantships. Students on assistantships are exempt from tuition and a significant fraction of the costs for a University sponsored healthcare plan are covered. Be aware, however, that the department will have already screened the incoming students and awarded a pool of assistantships at the time admission offers were made. Thus, incoming students for that semester not given an assistantship from this pool generally have lower priority over continuing students for the few remaining positions.

Graduate Assistantship Positions

Graduate assistantships are part-time positions available for BU Wheelock graduate students. Graduate assistantship positions will be posted here as they become available. The Wheelock College of Education Human Development and Division of Student Academic Affairs provide graduate internships for Master’s students specializing in higher education administration.