2012 News Archive
The George Washington University is accepting applications for the Assistant Director of International Summer at GW. Reporting to the Director of Summer Sessions, the Assistant Director supports international outreach efforts, manages summer collaborations and partnerships, and coordinates and implements programs for visiting international students. To apply please visit https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/12076
The Division of Conitnuing & Professional Education is seeking an Associate Director of eLearning who will be responsible for leading and guiding the development, implementition, and operation of expanded online and eLearning services at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
The position description provides additional details, including contact information. The position is open until filled.
Stanford’s Summer Session is the fourth academic quarter of the University, and serves matriculated undergraduates and graduate students, as well as visiting graduate, undergraduate, and high school students. The Summer Session sponsors 160 courses from 35 departments, serving 2,000 students, and has gross revenues of approximately $13 million.
The Associate Dean and Director of Summer Session has primary responsibility for the overall leadership of Stanford Summer Session, and is specifically responsible for coordination of the academic curriculum, faculty recruitment, academic program development, financial and budget planning, directing core administrative services, and the recruitment and training of residential staff. The person in this position reports directly to the Dean of Continuing Studies and Summer Session, works with the Summer Session staff on a broad spectrum of issues, and supervises two assistant deans, an administrative director, a...
Bemidji State University invites applications for the position of Summer Program Director. The application deadline is November 5, 2012. View this website for a complete vacancy announcement and online application. A member of the Minnesotate State Colleges and Universities, Bemidji State University is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.
Chris Dougherty, Provost/Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Rosemont College, will deliver the Keynote Presentation on November 11. His presentation is titled: "Summer Programs at the Center: Integrating Outreach, Access, and Student Learning."
Tracy Noyes, Marketing Director at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, is the 2012 recipient of the Theresa Neil Memorial Research Award. Noyes will receive a $4,000 grant for her study of the "Effectiveness of Centralized Administrative Reorganization of Summer Session." Congratulations to Tracy!
The award was announced on May 17 by Donna Shea, Chair of the Summer Session Research Consortium, which sponsors the Theresa Neil Memorial Research Fund in honor of Theresa Ann Neil, a nearly 20 year member of the staff at at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Born in 1948, Theresa passed away on June 25, 1994 after an accident that took her life and that of her husband, D.C. Neil. She served as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Administration and Director of Continuing Education and Extension at Duluth.
The Summer Session Research Consortium consists of the North American Association of Summer Sessions (NAASS); the North Central Conference...
Past President of NAASS, Bill McClure of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, writes that "Despite both the pressures and potential rewards to develop new programming and grow revenues, CE administrators must be vigilant to assure that student needs remain a high priority when considering new programs." Read Bill's article in the online newspaper, EvoLLLution.
Bradley University seeks a progressive and dynamic leader as Vice President for Enrollment Management.
Bradley University is a private, independent university offering undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts and sciences, business administration, communications and fine arts, education and health sciences, and engineering and technology. The residential campus of 6,000 students offers more than 100 academic majors and programs, 21 institutes and centers, and Division I athletics. Bradley is committed to excellent teaching, research, and scholarship; graduate studies and professional preparation; and the intellectual, personal and social development of its students.
The University has recently concluded the largest capital campaign in its history and is building on its momentum to meet a strategic goal of becoming an institution of national distinction.
The Vice President for Enrollment Management will report directly to President...