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  • Institutional Response Group - Associate

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    Cozen O'Connor seeks one or two attorneys to join the firm’s Institutional Response Group. Qualified candidates will have at least three to five years of experience conducting Title IX or criminal investigations into sexual and gender-based harassment and violence, child abuse, and other forms of misconduct, assisting institutions or governmental agencies in implementing trauma-informed, fair and impartial prevention and resolution…

  • Associate Director, Housing & Hospitality Services

    Student Affairs Administration

    Position Summary:
    Under the direction of the Director, Student Affairs Operations, this position is responsible for the overall planning, direction, leadership, administration, supervision and financial management of Housing, Residence Life, & Hospitality, including; Housing Services (Occupancy and Admissions), Hospitality Services (Event Planning, Food Services, Conference Services, and Campus Store) and Residence Life (Conduct Management and Programming). This position is…

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    $80,360 - $108,448
  • Associate Director, Improving the Campus Climate Initiative (Academic Engagement Network)

    Academic Advising/Academic Support Services/Academic Affairs Administrative Adult/Commuter/Off-Campus Student Services First Year/Orientation/Transition/Retention Programs Leadership Development/Programs Management Multicultural/Diversity/ALANA Services Other Student Activities/Union Facilities Student Affairs Administration Student Conduct

    The Academic Engagement Network (AEN) seeks to hire an Associate Director for its Improving the Campus Climate Initiative (ICCI). Through ICCI, AEN equips college and university administrators with the knowledge, skills, and resources to create a more inclusive campus environment for Jewish students, faculty, and staff. Working with the Director of ICCI and with other members of AEN’s Leadership Team,…


  • The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) at UT Health San Antonio invites applications for the position of Assistant Dean of Doctoral Training and Development.  The GSBS is one of five schools at UT Health San Antonio, which is the premier academic research center in the seventh-largest city in the country and is a recognized Hispanic-serving Institution.  UT Health San Antonio is…

  • Assistant Director for Student Success (GSBS)

    Student Affairs Administration

    Job Summary: Provides leadership for academic support and student services in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS). Responsible for leading, coordinating, and assessing efforts across the GSBS designed to foster academic, personal, and social success of undergraduate and graduate students. Leads and promotes student engagement through student success programs.

    Job Duties:

    1. Fosters and supports holistic student development in the…
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