University Honors Program (UHP): Academic Advisor to advise a cohort of Honors students by providing regular and timely advice and assistance in meeting Honors requirements through coursework and other high-impact educational experiences.
- Provide programmatic advising and support to undergraduate students in the University Honors Program (UHP) as described in the UHP Advising Plan.
- Counsel students on proposing course extension and co-/extra-curricular Honors Experiences; evaluate and approve Honors Experience proposals; monitor completion of the proposed experience; and evaluate the final Honors Experience reflection.
- Counsel students on proposing Honors with Distinction projects; evaluate and approve Honors with Distinction project proposals; monitor completion of the proposed project; evaluate and approve completed Honors with Distinction projects.
- Assist in the planning, implementation, and/or assessment of programs relating to specific student populations, such as: new students (orientation programs), University Studies (undeclared majors), transfer, and prospective students.
- Collaborate with one or more UASP faculty coordinators to develop programming.
- Participate in high ability student recruitment and yield events by representing the University Honors Program to prospective students and their families.
- Teach a first-year experience course (UNV 101: I am Miami) as needed.
- Serve as a resource for faculty and other professional advisors across the University.
- Participate on committees, intra-office working groups, or special projects.
- Other duties as assigned by the Director
Submit cover letter and resume to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/495650. Direct inquiries to Shannon Schweitzer at email@example.com. Review of applications begins on July 26, 2019 and continues until position is filled.
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Shannon Schweitzer at firstname.lastname@example.org