Financial Aid: Assistantships

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Note: All students interested in applying for a Graduate Assistantship listed should read the Conditions of Appointment for Graduate Assistantships and Application Process prior to submitting an application.

    Conditions of Appointment for Graduate Assistantships and Application Process

    Assistantships will be in effect for the 2020-2021 academic year, commencing with the first day of the fall semester and terminating the last day of the spring semester.

    Students awarded full graduate assistantships will register for and complete a minimum of 9 graduate credits each semester. The University will provide tuition remission for 4.5 credits for the fall semester and 4.5 credits of tuition remission for the spring semester. Students with full graduate assistantships will work, on average, 20 hours per week, for a maximum of 640 hours.

    Compensation is paid to students on two-week intervals. Graduate assistants may only perform work while the Fall 2020 semester and the Spring 2021 semester are in session.

    If you receive and accept a graduate assistantship, you relinquish any claim to graduate scholarship program awards for that academic year.

    Graduate assistants are expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.25 each semester.  Current graduate students must maintain a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.25 to renew or receive consideration for a new graduate assistantship position.

    If you must resign from an assistantship prior to the end of your appointment, the following conditions will apply:

    If your resignation or termination becomes effective at the end of the fall semester, you will forfeit tuition remission for the spring semester.

    If your resignation or termination becomes effective at any time during the fall or spring semester, you will be liable for payment for the tuition received that semester, according to Marywood's tuition reimbursement policy.

    If you resign from your assistantship, you must give a minimum of two weeks notice in writing to your supervisor.

    The University reserves the right, after giving 30 days notice, to terminate the assistantship on the recommendation of your supervisor or dean if you fail to perform assigned duties satisfactorily, to meet academic standards set by the University, or to conform to the policies of the University.

    Graduate assistantships are not renewed automatically. It is the responsibility of the student to apply for these opportunities for the next academic year by the established deadline.

    Gross and/or willful misconduct or moral turpitude will result in immediate termination of the assistantship appointment.

    Marywood University abides by The Council of Graduate Schools' Resolution Regarding Graduate Scholars, Fellows, Trainees and Assistants.  An acceptance given or left in force after April 15 commits the student not to accept another offer without first obtaining a written release from Marywood University.  Similarly, an offer by Marywood University after April 15 is conditional on presentation by the student of the written release from any previously accepted offer.

    To Apply

    Email your resume

    Develop a resume in Microsoft Word strictly limited to two pages and email it to gradassistantship@marywood.edu.  The upper right hand corner of your resume must state: Your program and the assistantships to which you are applying for (limit 3).

    1. Personal Information (name, address, daytime phone number, email address)
    2. Assistantship Objective (include university academic or support departments in which you have and assistantship interest).
    3. Education History (list in reverse chronological order)
    4. Occupation experience (list in reverse chronological order)
    5. Professional and research skills
    6. Awards and special recognition
    Important NoteThe deadline for these assistantships is March 15, 2020.  After your complete review of the Graduate Assistantship vacancies' list and the Conditions of Appointment for Graduate Assistantships and Application Process listed above, you may submit a professional quality resume to compete for graduate assistantships.

    If you have any questions about the assistantship program, please contact sldvorin@marywood.edu or (570) 348-6232.

    Students awarded graduate assistantships in an academic year who accept those positions are not eligible to receive scholarship awards.

    Neither scholarship or assistantship awards are renewed automatically each year. It is the responsibility of the student to reapply each academic year.


University Advancement - Full Time

University Advancement - Reports to Kevin Farrell

Join a creative and collaborative team working to advance Marywood through effective fundraising and alumni engagement programs and events.  The selected Graduate Assistant (GA) will have a range of responsibilities including:  outreach to alumni via multiple platforms (phone, email, and social media); creating, executing, and assessing special event programming; managing alumni volunteers; and designing event marketing and social media plans for specific activities.  The GA will be able to expand his or her professional network through communication with a broad base of alumni volunteers interested in supporting Marywood students and alumni by identifying job opportunities, serving as a mentor, and connecting the GA with other alumni both during the position and post graduation.

The GA is expected to be a creative contributor to the UA team and will leave the assistantship with skills and experiences applicable both in and out of educational systems. If of interest to the GA, he or she will also have the opportunity to work with a member of the UA team on a specific area of his or her interest as a special project. 

 

Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) Program - Full Time

Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) Program - Reports to Jaime Herrmann, Jennifer Mudge

The Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) program, the largest program run by ASEC, is looking for a full-time Graduate Assistant (GA) to support the evaluation process. SLDI provides leadership and technology training to Catholic sisters in ten African countries. The program equips sisters with the leadership, technology, and collaboration skills they need to work effectively in their ministries and to improve the social, economic, health, education and environmental conditions in their areas. The selected candidate will assist in preparing evaluation reports; manage quantitative data in SPSS, and/or Excel; transcribe and code qualitative data in NVivo or Excel; assist in the development of student program manuals, policies, and procedures; edit evaluation forms and surveys; and update the website, social media, and newsletter; and monitor grant activities. 

Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) Program - Full Time

Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) Program - Reports to Jamie Herrmann, Jennifer Mudge

The Sisters Leadership Development Initiative (SLDI) program, the largest program run by ASEC is seeking a full-time Graduate Assistant (GA) to assist in the administration of the program. SLDI provides leadership and technology training to Catholic sisters in ten African countries. The program equips sisters with the leadership, technology, and collaboration skills they need to work effectively in their ministries and to improve the social, economic, health, education and environmental conditions in their areas. The selected candidate will support and monitor program operations and initiatives as well as student and grant progress; develop informational material, programmatic documents, and agreements; manage student data using the ASEC database and Excel; engage and communicate with students, faculty, staff, and partners; assist with program evaluation; and update the website, social media, and newsletter.

Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) Program Administration - Full Time

Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) Program Administration - Reports to Rosemary Shaver, Tara Lopatofsky

The Graduate Assistant, HESA Program Administration provides administrative support for the implementation of the grant-funded International Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) program. They report to the HESA Assistant Director and support the Research and HESA Evaluations Manager in the office of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC). In this role, the GA's primary responsibilities are to provide administrative support for the implementation of HESA program activities, e.g. recruitment and workshops; management of student/program data; and fulfillment of grant reporting and accountability. The GA will enter/file student, partner, and program data and documents through organizational information management systems. They will maintain the HESA administrative email account, communicating with students, staff, and constituents in ten countries in Africa. They will support the development/maintenance of program informational documents. They will coordinate with ASEC staff in Africa for the implementation of program activities,, e.g. recruitment, workshops. They will also provide support for program evaluation and grant management. As needed, the GA will engage in research relevant to HESA and ASEC. This position requires strong writing and communications skills; familiarity with Microsoft Work, Excel and Google Suites; critical thinking; organizational skills; ability to work in a team; multicultural competence; and knowledge of research. Knowledge of SPSS and data management is preferred but not required.

Note, Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) is a program of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based at Marywood University and for which is is a founding member.  HESA is a grant-funded program that advances ASEC's mission to empower women religious in ten countries in Africa to become leaders in their communities and in society through affordable higher education.  More information is available at http://asec-sldi.org/our-programs/hesa/

 

Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA), Program Administration - Full Time

Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA), Program Administration - Reports to Rosemary Shaver, Tara Lopatofsky

The Graduate Assistant, HESA Program Administration provides administrative support for the implementation of the grant-funded International Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) rpogram. They report to the HESA Assistant Director and support the Research and HESA Evaluations Manager in the office of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC). In this role, the GA's primary responsibilities are to provide administrative support for the implementation of HESA program activities, e.g. recruitment and workshops; management of student/program data; and fulfillment of grant reporting and accountability. The GA will enter/file student, partner, and program data and documents through organizational information management systems. They will maintain the HESA administrative email account, communicating with students, staff, and constituents in ten countries in Africa. They will support the development/maintenance of program informational documents. They will coordinate with ASEC staff in Africa for the implementation of program activities,, e.g. recruitment, workshops. They will also provide support for program evaluation and grant management. As needed, the GA will engage in research relevant to HESA and ASEC. This position requires strong writing and communications skills; familiarity with Microsoft Work, Excel and Google Suites; critical thinking; organizational skills; ability to work in a team; multicultural competence; and knowledge of research. Knowledge of SPSS and data management is preferred but not required.

Note, Higher Education for Sisters in Africa (HESA) is a program of the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based at Marywood University and for which is is a founding member.  HESA is a grant-funded program that advances ASEC's mission to empower women religious in ten countries in Africa to become leaders in their communities and in society through affordable higher education.  More information is available at http://asec-sldi.org/our-programs/hesa/

 

Psychology & Counseling - Part Time

Psychology & Counseling - Reports to Ed Crawley

The Research Assistant will be involved in all aspects of the research process from conducting library searches, to experimental design, data collection and analysis, public presentation of results, and grant writing.  The specific benefits and skills a student can expect to obtain from this position include the development of critical thinking and writing skills, library research experience, training in computers and technology such as the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), PowerPoint, and E-Prime (software for the implementation of experiments), and exposure to the grant writing process.  The student will also have the opportunity to co-author at least one professional presentation and, depending on their level of contribution, may be able to co-author a manuscript for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.  All of these experiences contribute to the professional development of students regardless of their specific program of study.  The Research Assistant is required to complete the Collaborative Institution Training Initiative (CITI).

Psychology and Counseling Department - Part Time

Psychology and Counseling Department - Reports to Lindsay Morton
This graduate assistantship provides the opportunity to collaborate on psychological research.  The GA will be involved in all phases of the research process from literature review to data collection, analysis, and presentation/publication of results.  Skills required:  Project management and organizational skills; ability to communicate effectively; strong attention to detail; ability to work well in a team environment.

Psychology and Counseling Department - Part Time

Psychology and Counseling Department - Reports to Ed O'Brien

The graduate assistant will provide support for ongoing research activities, for technology-based course activities (e.g., telemedicine training in CBT), and for data-based class assignments (e.g., for self-analysis project in undergraduate personality class).  The assistant should have strong organizational skills and an ability or interest in learning to use research tools (Excel, SPSS, PsychINFO, Web of Science).  The assistant should be able to collaboratively work with, and help supervise, other students working in the lab (e.g., undergraduates completing research apprenticeship classes).  

Psychology and Counseling - Part Time

Psychology and Counseling Department - Reports to Lindsay Phillips

The graduate assistantship under the supervision of Dr. Lindsay Phillips, engages the student in work to support diversity initiatives, research, and interdisciplinarity.  Aware of disparities students of color face in their progression from high school to graduate education in psychology, and the need for psychology to promote the profession in under-represented groups, the Pys.D. program established a faculty-student organization, UPSIDE:  Underrepresented Psychology Student Inclusion, Development and Empowerment.  This graduate assistant would assist UPSIDE by developing outreach programs (with a focus on high school and undergraduate students from under-represented groups) and increasing and enhancing departmental diversity initiatives (e.g., special events, summer diversity reading group).  This graduate assistant would also engage in research tasks, including research on stigma and community reintegration and an ongoing evaluation of Interprofessional Education.  Finally, this student would collaborate with Dr. Phillips to improve interdisciplinary education.

Psychology - Part Time

Psychology and Counseling Department - Reports to Dr. Estelle Campenni
Psychology professor seeks graduate student to assist in conducting qualitative and quantitative investigations of mindfulness.  The GA will work closely with the faculty member to review the current literature relevant to mindfulness, gather quantitative and qualitative data, conduct both qualitative and quantitative analysis of data, and assist in the development and presentation of conference and manuscript submissions for publication.  Graduate student will also be available to provide tutoring to students enrolled in psychological statistics at the graduate level.

Human Physiology Lab (NATESRT) - Full Time

Human Physiology Lab (NATESRT) - Reports to Lindsay Howard, Shelby Yeager
The goal of this full-time graduate assistant position for the Human Physiology Laboratory (HPL), is to advance research in the areas of sports nutrition, athletic training and exercise science, and to strengthen the University and Community outreach of the Athletic Training & Exercise Science (ATES) programs.  Research advancements in these areas support the mission of Marywood to pursue excellence and serve the community through expanding the health sciences knowledge base and disseminating those results broadly for the improvement of individual health.

Nutrition, Athletic Training & Exercise Science Dept. - Full Time

Nutrition, Athletic Training & Exercise Science Department - Reports to Dr. Diane DellaValle, Ms. Jessica Bodzio

The Department of Nutrition, Athletic Training & Exercise Science is seeking a full-time graduate assistant to support the designated Nutrition programs' faculty mentors with literature reviews, research, data collection and analysis, as well as with developing manuscripts, posters, and presentation slides. The graduate assistant will also assist faculty with the development of programs that support research initiatives and/or departmental goals and will assist the DPD Director with program quality assurance.  The GA will also take a lead role in recruitment, marketing and social media activities by helping with recruitment efforts, as well as other duties assigned by the faculty mentors. . 

Marketing - Part Time

Marketing - Reports to Carrie Toomey and Christa Vinciquerra

The ideal candidate for the Graphic Design Graduate Assistant position will have working knowledge and experience using InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and email services such as MailChimp and Emma; have an artistic flare for design; the ability to work well with others in a team setting; strong organizational skills to manage multiple projects under pressure on tight deadlines; willingness to take photographs for the department if needed; a desire to learn how Graphic Design works within the Marketing Department at a University; an UG degree in graphic design preferred.  Interior Architecture students also welcome.

Student Engagement - Part Time

Student Engagement and Leadership Development - Reports to Michael Kalage & Haleigh Zurek

A successful candidate for this position will fill the following roles:  Manage the multiple Student Engagement social media accounts to enhance engagement across various platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.  Create, print and digital advertisements to promote various University events and services.  Assist the Director with management of the newly implemented Marywood App and work with various departments to ensure it remains current, properly functioning, and appealing for student use.  Research social media trends and develop targeted efforts to reach Marywood's student population in an effective and engaging manner.  Experience with social media marketing and Adobe Creative Suite preferred but not required.

Student Engagement - Full Time

Student Engagement and Leadership Development - Reports to Michael Kalage & Haleigh Zurek
A successful candidate for this position will fill the following roles: Select, hire, train, and supervise Marywood Activities Council student leaders. Develop commuter-specific events and services designed to engage traditional commuter students, non-traditional students, and online-only students with the ultimate goal of improving retention. Advise the Executive Board of the National Society of Leadership & Success (NSLS) and act as a liaison to the National Office. Develop, coordinate and facilitate NSLS leadership training sessions as well as general student leadership workshops.

SOAR/School of Education - Part Time

School of Education - Reports to Tammy Brown

The Graduate Assistant for the Students On-campus Achieving Results (SOAR) program is primarily responsible for assisting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the on-campus transition program.  The GA provides instructional assistance (individual and group) during academic, life skills, and vocational instruction, including the recommendation and implementation of appropriate assistive technologies.  In addition, the GA helps to mentor undergraduate students who serve as job coaches for students with ASD.  The GA will also take an active role in on-going research projects, helping to review the literature, collect data, and prepare proposals for presentations.  The position requires an individual who is knowledgeable about best practices for individuals with ASD.  Also, the position requires superior organization, communication (written and oral), and technology skills.

Research and Sponsored Programs - Part Time

Research and Sponsored Programs - Reports to Dr. Diane Keller

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs seeks a half-time graduate assistant to provide support for the grant development and management functions of the office.  Responsibilities include participating and co-leading in pre-award and post award grant activities including data gathering, proposal development, team meetings and report writing.  The graduate assistant applicant should have strong writing, communication and collaborative skills.  Experience with Microsoft Word required.  SPSS experience preferred.

Art Department / Galleries - Full Time

Art Department / Galleries - Reports to John Meza

The Graduate Assistant provides support and assistance to Art Galleries operations including:  all exhibition installations; facility maintenance; update and expansion of electronic calendar listings, web page, and social media; assistance with publishing activities and press releases; Permanent Collection research, records, maintenance, storage and display; help with management of work study students; support to The Maslow Collection; exhibition planning and gallery administration; educational outreach and interpretation activities; receptions, lectures, and special events.  While the assistantship is challenging, it offers the opportunity to be part of a team in which the GA's aesthetic decisions and strengths are utilized and reflected in gallery installations and operations.  Prior gallery experience a plus but not required;  MFA students preferred but not essential.

Student Disability Services - Full Time

Student Disability Services - Reports to Kaitlin Anderle

The Graduate Assistant in the Office of Student Disability services will serve as a para-professional and assist with the administrative and office support work.  This position will report directly to the Director of Student Disability Services and be responsible for short-term and long-term projects for the office and the students it serves.  These projects include assisting with the coordination of accommodation plans for students with disabilities, overseeing a large student staff of student employees, and developing and executing projects for the betterment of the office and the students.  The ideal candidate for this position is someone who works well independently and is organized, is comfortable taking initiative and thinking critically, has experience working with diverse populations of college students, and is comfortable with the sensitive and often private nature of many of the manners addressed in Student Disability Services.  Finally, this position will allow the candidate to assume all roles and responsibilities of managing a higher education office, while continuing to support and pursue the mission and values of Marywood University.

Career Development - Part Time

Career Development - Reports to Christina Brundage

The Career Development Center department has a unique opportunity for a part-time graduate assistant (10 hours per week) to provide career focused support to our current students and prestigious alumni.  This position will report directly to the Career Engagement Specialist and will be responsible for providing various services that encourage career development.  Some of the tasks that the graduate assistant will conduct include assisting with the scheduling of appointments, reviewing student/alumni resumes and cover letters, data collection and analysis, researching new career industry trends, presenting valuable career specific information, conducting mock interviews, and any other assigned tasks. The ideal candidate will be someone who is well organized, has excellent communication skills, can work independently as well within a team environment, and is technologically savvy.  This position will provide excellent experience for a student with interest in higher education, career development, communication, marketing, and counseling while also supporting the mission and core values of Marywood University.

Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (Research: Human Participants Protection and Research Compliance - Full Time

Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness - Reports to Ms. Courene Loftus

The Office of Research (Human Participants Protection and Research Compliance) seeks a full-time graduate assistant to provide administrative support in the review of research proposals, including communication with and technical assistance to the campus community.  The successful candidate will be able to learn and retain information, be self-driven, organized, and technically savvy, and possess excellent customer service, written and oral communication skills.  Training will be provided with respect to basic regulatory requirements, procedures, tracking databases, and the web-based management platform necessary for this position.  This position is 20 hours per week.

Art Therapy - Full Time

Art Therapy - Reports to Ashley Hartman and Stephanie Wise

The Art Therapy program is seeking a reliable, self-starter for a full-time graduate assistant position. The hours will be divided into two 10 hour segments reporting to both full-time art therapy faculty members.  Ten hours will be spent assisting  with research in tasks such as data management/analysis, conference presentation preparation, updating/revising/or creating research related materials, and promoting research through blog writing and social media.

Ten additional hours will be spent assisting the program with the professional accreditation process and prepare documents for the site visit; maintain art therapy storage, classrooms, studios, and gallery space; prepare and hang student exhibitions, writing monthly blog posts along with MUSATA student chapter, be a point person for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and administration regarding program information and updates and assist with recruitment events on campus including the coordination of the Annual Art Therapy Symposium.  

Excellent writing skills and the ability to work with a variety of personalities a plus.

Counseling/Student Development Center - Full Time

Counseling/Student Development Center - Reports to Dr. Robert Shaw and Brandice Ricciardi

This Graduate Assistantship will serve the University by facilitating the federally mandated Title IX programming and outreach activities throughout the year. Specifically, this would involve assisting with the training, implementation and evaluation of the “Promoting Awareness of the College Transition (PACT)” program in early fall semester. In addition, the Graduate Assistantship will co-facilitate collaboration between the Counseling/Student Development Center (C/SDC) and the Office of Equity & Inclusion/Title IX. This Graduate Assistantship will also serve the University by facilitating the Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) psychoeducational counseling fulfilling campus judicatory sanctions through the C/SDC. Additionally, the Graduate Assistantship will further serve the University by co-planning and coordinating the “IT'S ON US” Healthy Relationships week in late fall semester and "Sexual Assault Awareness Week" in April of spring semester. Furthermore, the Graduate Assistantship responsibilities would be to serve as the coordinator/co-advisor to the peer education program, “Peers on Wellness!” (POW!), a prominent, long-standing campus-wide student wellness organization. The graduate assistant would coordinate the efforts of C/SDC trainees and “POW!” members in the planning and implementing of the “Perfectly Imperfect Eating Disorder and Body Size Acceptance Week” activities. Finally the graduate assistant will coordinate presentation offerings with C/SDC staff in collaboration with trainees; respond to faculty requests and stay in touch with faculty in confirming presentation topics, date, time, location, etc.; recruit graduate trainees to co-facilitate specific class presentations; oversee the preparation of handouts and resources needed for each presentation and review evaluations of the presentations.  This graduate assistant would be expected to work 20 hours a week.  The position is appropriate for a graduate student in Art Therapy, Counseling, Psychology or Social Work. 

Science, Math, & Computer Science Department - Part Time

Science, Math, & Computer Science Department - Reports to Dr. Lisa Antoniacci

Applicants applying for this half-time graduate assistantship position working under the supervision of Dr. Lisa Antoniacci should have a Bachelor's degree in Science (Biology, Chemistry, Biotechnology).  The applicant should be a student pursing a Masters in Biotechnology.  Previous experience as a lab assistant, research student, or held a position in the biotech industry is preferred.  The research involves several facets of chromatin activity and the regulation of this activity at the nuclear envelope in yeast.  The graduate assistant will be expected to 1)  Use the current literature to sustain the research project, 2)  Maintain a detailed lab notebook, 3)  Optimize and troubleshoot research protocols, 4)  Work independently in a lab setting, and 5)  Communicate findings/data with the scientific community.  

Campus Ministry & Office of Service Learning and Community Service - Full Time

Campus Ministry & Office of Service Learning and Community Service - Reports to Ann O'Brien, Sr. Catherine Luxner, Sr. John Michele Southwick

The Office of Service-Learning and Community Service, located within Campus Ministry, seeks a full-time graduate assistant to support the administrative work of researching, planning, communicating, evaluating and facilitating all details related to the campus engagement in community service and service-learning. This position requires a commitment to the mission and core values of Marywood, an interest in community engagement, organizational skills, attention to details, skill in collaboration and teamwork and strong oral and written communication skills.

International Affairs/STARS - Full Time

International Affairs/STARS - Reports to Nancy Maloney, Emily Coleman

The Graduate Assistant will assist the Associate Director of International and Multicultural Initiatives and the Academic Support Specialist for English Language Learners/STARS director with the following:  fostering collaboration among students, faculty, staff, and administration in order to respond to the academic, social, and physical needs of the international students; demonstrate an appreciation of cultural diversity and increased sensitivity to the needs of international colleagues; assist international students with academic, social and physical needs as appropriate; develop weekly mentoring themes and activities for STARS volunteers and youth; attend weekly STARS program on Tuesdays from 4-5:30pm; research current educational trends in Latinx community and appropriate resources for programming; develop meaningful workshops for educational trends in Latinx community and appropriate resources for programming; develop meaningful workshops for preparation of Marywood students planning to study abroad, create a new study abroad page that emphasizes the activities, both social and service related that study abroad students are taking part in and celebrating their accomplishments. 

School of Architecture - Part Time

School of Architecture - Reports to James Eckler, Michelle Pannone

The School of Architecture is seeking a full-time Graduate Assistant (GA) for digital fabrication. The GA will manage the Digital Fabrication Lab and assist faculty, administrators, and students with the fabrication equipment. This position will provide opportunities to explore the technology's potential through research, self-directed experimentation, and assisting other students.  Additionally, the student will gain skills in managing work-study students and supporting fabrication equipment, which will better prepare the student for the professional environment of an architectural practice  The tasks associated with this position include the following:

1.  Provide support for and management of digital fabrication lab, including monitoring equipment and overseeing student-worker assigned to the lab.

2.  Manage print queue

3.  Assist students and faculty with printing issues/problems

4.  Report problems with equipment.

Office of Institutional Equity and Inclusion (OIEI) - Full Time

Office of Institutional Equity and Inclusion (OIEI) - Reports to Yerodin Lucas, Lia Richards-Palmiter

The GA of Equity, Inclusion and Title IX is a full-time position and will report to the Director of Equity and Inclusion.  This student supports the strategic initiatives established for both offices.  The GA must engage in active participation in the development of Equity, Inclusion and Title IX initiatives while simultaneously executing the tasks related to the office goals.  The GA will be responsible for the maintenance of the Equity/Inclusion website as well as responsible for implementing a self-directed project related to the equity and inclusion mission.  The GA will provide the campus with opportunities for campus constituents to become familiar with and gain an appreciation for other cultures, intersectionality and prepare our campus to engage with a global society.  The GA will help with the campus, small group and community educational activities to further the university's mission of inclusive excellence.

Criminal Justice - Part Time

Social Sciences/Criminal Justice - Reports to Dr. Patrick Seffrin
Students applying for the Criminal Justice GA should be prepared to assist faculty in their research agendas, including literature reviews, data collection, data analysis, and/or manuscript preparation. Students should be knowledgeable in Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as the ability to potentially interact with other software. Students will be expected to work regular hours in the office. Finally, students will be expected to assist facilty in promotion of the Criminal Justice program, including participating in open houses and other department activities.

Science, Math and Computer Science - Full Time

Science, Math & Computer Science Department - Reports to Dr. Mary Lynn Grayeski
Applicants applying for a graduate assistantship position working under the supervision of Dr. Mary Lynn Grayeski should have a Bachelor's degree in Science (Biology, Chemistry or Biotechnology). The applicant should be pursing a Masters in Biotechnology. Previous experience as a lab assistant, research student, or laboratory work experience is preferred. The research involves investigation of lumenesence for potential analytical method development for biological analytes and/or investigation of potential undergraduate chemistry labs for traditional and non-traditional students. The GA will be expected to be involved in the development of the research project and work independently to execute the research by using the current literature, maintaining a lab notebook, developing and troubleshooting research protocols, and communicating the results with the scientific community.

School of Business & Global Innovation - Part Time

School of Business & Global Innovation - Reports to Dr. Art Comstock
Graduate Assistantship in the School of Business & Global Innovation - responsibilities include performing financial and economic research for the Pacer Investment Fund; providing project-based recruitment support and additional organizational assistance for the operations of the School, and assisting the faculty mentor, Dr. Art Comstock, and other Business faculty members with data collection, research, and grant possibilities.

School of Social Work - Part Time

School of Social Work - Reports to Robin Engels
The GA will work with the Director of the SSW during this strategic planning phase. The position would entail utilizing the GA's knowledge, enthusiasm and skills to research, support and facilitate the changes that are envisioned by the SSW. This position will also provide the SSW the opportunity to mentor a future leader within the social work field and concurrently support the managerial and leadership development of the Graduate Assistant, as well as direct experience in the accreditation process, develop research skills and research development as well as networking opportunities which will be a great asset to the GA as they embark on their social work career.

Dean of Students Office - Full Time

Dean of Students Office - Reports to Ross Novak
Student Conduct GA duties: serve as a preliminary hearing officer; develop & implement formal training for Hearing Officers and Conduct Board; educate student body on Marywood University student handbook, policies, and procedures; assess learning outcomes; assist with preparation of reports; research related to best practices in an assessment of student conduct; other duties as assigned; one-on-one supervision. Required skills: strong written and verbal communication; attentive listening and basic counseling skills; people skills; commitment to equity and inclusion; ability to think critically and creatively; attention to detail; strong time management and organizational skills.

Library - Full Time

Library - Reports to Amanda Avery
The Library is seeking a full-time graduate assistant to support the rollout of the new undergraduate core curriculum by helping to develop and manage a new, core-related ePortfolio Studio and the 4-5 undergraduate Student Portfolio Consultants (SPCs) who will staff it. Once the ePortfolio Studio is formed, the selected candidate will organize and lead in the recruiting, training, scheduling, and supervision of undergraduate SPCs. The ideal candidate will be familiar with the Google suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides, Sites) and be comfortable with learning to use new digital platforms and tools, as well as instructing others. Graphic design or web-based publishing experience is preferred. Training will be provided as needed. In this position, the GA can expect to gain experience in leadership, mentoring, creative problem-solving, and technology trouble-shooting with different populations. They will also be front-line partcipants in the rollout of a major curricular initiative and develop an understanding of the new Core and integrative learning.

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Part Time

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Reports to Janet Muse-Burke
The student should have a strong interest in professional counseling. The student should expect to engage in a collaborative learning and supervision experience, be prepared to share ideas, and ask questions. A major component of this assistantship will be working with faculty, undergraduate students, and supervisors. The student should demonstrate strong leadership skills and be comfortable with public speaking. Further, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate well with others is required. The student should have research interests related to counselor training, clinical supervision, and spirituality. Additionally, the student should be motivated, organized, timely, and able to work independently. Strong writing and/or editing skills are preferred. Finally, the student should be familiar with Moodle, Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with survey and basic website design would be helpful but is not required.

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Part Time

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Reports to Jennifer Barna
The student should have a strong interest in professional counseling. The student should expect to engage in a collaborative learning and supervision experience, be prepared to share ideas, and ask questions. A major component of this assistantship will be working with faculty, undergraduate students, and supervisors. The student should demonstrate strong leadership skills and be comfortable with public speaking. Further, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate well with others is required. The student should have research interests related to school counseling, college and career readiness, autism spectrum disorder anad/or experiential learning. Additionally, the student should be motivated, organized, timely, and able to work independently. Strong writing and/or editing skills are preferred. Finally, the student should be familiar with Moodle, Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with survey and basic website design would be helpful but is not required.

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Part Time

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Reports to Dr. Kevin C. Snow
The student should have a strong interest in professional counseling and/or counselor education. The student should expect to engage in a collaborative learning and supervision experience, be prepared to share ideas, and ask questions. A major component of this assistantship will be working with faculty, undergraduate students, and supervisors. The student should demonstrate strong leadership and organizational skills and be comfortable with public speaking. Furthermore, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate well with others is required. The student should have professional interests or abilities related to program development and administration as well as interest and ability in counseling research and publication, among other professional development work in counseling/counselor education. Additionally, the student should be motivated, organized, timely, and able to work independently. Strong writing and/or editing skills are preferred. Finally, the student should be familiar with Moodle, Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with survey, basic website design, and social media publishing would be helpful but is not required.

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Part Time

Graduate/Undergraduate Counseling - Reports to Bradley A. Janey
The student should have a strong interest in professional counseling and/or counselor education. The student should expect to engage in a collaborative learning and supervision experience, be prepared to share ideas, and ask questions. A major component of this assistantship will be working with faculty, undergraduate students, and supervisors. The student should demonstrate strong leadership and organizational skills and be comfortable with public speaking. Furthermore, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to relate well with others is required. The student should have professional interests or abilities related to program development and administration as well as interest and ability in counseling research and publication, among other professional development work in counseling/counselor education. Additionally, the student should be motivated, organized, timely, and able to work independently. Strong writing and/or editing skills are preferred. Finally, the student should be familiar with Moodle, Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with survey, basic website design, and social media publishing would be helpful but is not required.

Psy.D. Program - Part Time

Psy.D. Program - Reports to Matthew Schaffer
This GA would oversee operations of the clinic during scheduled work hours. Note that this position runs from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 (approximately 6.3 hours/week). Total hours remain the same as for positions which run across the academic year only. Duties include overseeing the administrative operations of the Psychological Services Center (e.g., monitoring the compliance of clinic therapists to administrative procedures, troubleshooting the inevitable difficulties that arise and helping faculty who work in the clinic to both effectively work in the clinic and be aware of the compliance of their students to clinic policies and procedures); conducting screening sessions; receiving requests for service (e.g., taking down identifying information of clients who are calling in to request service, doing lethality assessments, etc.); administrative supervision (i.e., supervising all clinic therapists' compliance with the clinic Policy, Procedure and Resource manual; reviewing the charts of clinic therapists in order to ensure compliance with charting requirements, etc.); creating and managing, under the director's supervision, a broad database of client variables; serving as a liaison between all practicum students and the clinic director (i.e., preparing a weekly summary report regarding case assignments and case assignment needs in the PSC); coordinating the clinic's participation in two national mental health screening days each year; conducting orientation trainings for practicum students starting work in the clinic in the spring and summer sessions (under the supervision of the Director); and opportunities to be a part of any ongoing teaching, research, clinical activity and outreach work being conducted by the clinic director or other faculty working in the clinic.