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Doctoral Research Assistant New York
Seeking qualified applicant to work as a Doctoral Research Assistant (DRA) for the Chicago School Readiness Project (CSRP), a federally funded, longitudinal study of an early childhood intervention program. Under the supervision of Dr. Tyler Watts, the DRA will work on two main analyses. First, the DRA will aid in aggregation and analyses of data to examine the combined effects of an early childhood educational intervention and an adolescent mindset intervention on academic and college readiness outcomes, and will work with Watts to examine intervention effects on behavioral outcomes and college planning. Second, the DRA will work with Watts to examine the moderating effect of high school quality on long-term intervention effects. The DRA will work under Watts’ supervision on manuscript preparation for both of these analyses, and will lead efforts to present these findings at educational research conferences. The DRA will also be responsible for creating and updating codebooks and preparing data for public dissemination.
Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow – Bilingual/Bicultural Education New York
Dr. Carmen M. Martínez-Roldán, Associate Professor and Director of the Bilingual/Bicultural Education program is recruiting for a postdoctoral scholar to work on a research project on Puerto Rican Children’s Resilience and Literacy: Addressing Emotions and Learning through Children’s Literature and Narratives. Hurricanes, earthquakes, and the current COVID-19 pandemia can prompt the development of Post-Traumatic Stress in children as a result of how their daily lives and educational experiences have been interrupted, forcing many families to experience displacement and/or migration. The post-doctoral scholar will work under the mentorship of Dr. Martínez-Roldán to develop and carried out a set of ethnographic interviews and literacy events to explore the relationship between learning, emotion, and communities’ funds of knowledge in a post-disaster context through the use of multimodal literacies and narratives produced by students and parents. Sociocultural and critical perspectives of learning and emotion will frame this project. The scholar will also work along with the faculty and master’s students in the Bilingual/Bicultural Education program and will have opportunities to be involved in teaching.
Associate Director - Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services New York
The Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services (DHCEPS) is the in-house multi-disciplinarian training setting for graduate students in the clinical, counseling, school psychology, reading specialist, and special education programs. We are seeking an Associate Director who will be responsible for the management and operation of the Center which includes promoting close working relationships with support staff, faculty, supervisors, students, and clients from the community.
Director of Institutional Research New York
Teachers College, Columbia University seeks a Director of Institutional Research to lead and manage all operations for the Office for Institutional Research. The Office for Institutional Research supports the College’s efforts to use information for effective decision-making and planning.
TCRWP Interim Hourly New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for interns to assist staff with all of the logistical preparation for and coordination of events and programming.
Director of Graduate Student Life and Development New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Director of Graduate Student Life and Development who will be responsible for building and leading a suite of programs to support the extra- and co-curricular lives of students.
Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow - Neurorehabilitation Research Lab New York
Dr. Lori Quinn, Associate Professor and Director of the Neurorehabilitation Research Lab is recruiting for a postdoctoral scholar to work on the development and implementation of physical activity self-management programs following recent diagnoses of traumatic and non-traumatic neurological diseases and disorders - including Parkinson's disease, Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, dementias and cerebellar ataxias. The postdoctoral scholar will work under the mentorship of Dr. Quinn to develop, implement and evaluate disease-specific physical activity interventions aimed at neuroprotection. The interventions will incorporate exercise as well as self- management approaches to manage these complex neurological diseases and disorders and will include use of wearable devices to evaluate movement impairments and activity levels. The scholar will work along with the faculty, doctoral students and staff in the Neurorehabilitation Research lab, and will have opportunities to be involved in teaching and mentoring in the Motor Learning and Control program in the broad area of kinesiology and movement sciences.
Financial Aid Counselor New York
The Office of Financial Aid is seeking a full-time Financial Aid Counselor, with a focus on day-to-day student counseling, assisting the loan processing team, and on managing student employment. This position will report to the Assistant Director of Financial Aid.
Assistant Director of Financial Aid New York
Under the leadership of the Director of Financial Aid and the Senior Associate Director of Financial Aid, the Assistant Director of Title IV Operations will assist with the daily processing and management of all Title IV programs on campus.
Assistant Director of Student Health & Wellness-Student Counselor New York
The Office of Student Health & Wellness is part of the Division of Student Affairs at Teachers College. Our mission is to promote the well-being of our students through care and concern. We are seeking Assistant Director of Student Health & Wellness who will be responsible for the management and clinical coordination of student support resources, including Counseling Graduate Assistants.
Disbursement Specialist New York
Teacher's College, Columbia University is searching for a Disbursement Specialist in the Disbursements Department. The incumbent will have responsibilities in the Accounts Payable department reporting to the Accounts Payable Supervisor. The position will interact closely with the Purchasing department in addition to working directly with employees of the College.
Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow in Youth Wellbeing - Media and Social Change Lab New York
We seek a postdoctoral fellow who employs multimodal research methods and with expertise in one of the following areas connected with youth wellbeing: juvenile justice, foster care, gun violence prevention, youth development, counseling, afterschool education, adolescence, or related field. This fellowship provides the fellow with the opportunity to pursue independent research on a topic related to trauma, youth, and multimodal research. In addition, the fellow may also be invited to participate in ongoing research based on interest and relevance. The Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow will receive mentorship from MASCLab faculty, have the chance to mentor graduate students, and will be welcomed into a robust community of scholars who are pushing the edges of scholarship methodologically, theoretically, and conceptually. There may also be opportunities to co-author publications and presentations, and to assist with grant writing. The fellow is expected to be an active participant in the Media and Social Change Lab and contribute to the scholarly community of the lab and Teachers College, more broadly.
Bruce S. Goldberg Postdoctoral Fellow - Center for Sustainable Futures New York
We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join the new Center for Sustainable Futures (CSF) at Teachers College, Columbia University. The Center envisions a regenerative world in which we achieve a balance between planet, people, and prosperity. Our mission is to promote learning, build awareness, and cultivate critical skills across communities as a means of working individually and collectively towards the promotion of the long-term sustainability of complex living systems. The CSF supports and conducts original research, engages in research-practice partnerships, mentors and trains graduate students, and uses data to inform evidence-based policy, practice, and public communication.
Programmer Analyst New York
Reporting to the Director of HRIS, the Programmer Analyst is responsible for providing technical and programming support for the organization’s HR systems in the areas of systems development and configuration, systems integration, batch processes and test automation.
TCRWP Interim Hourly New York
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project is looking for summer interns to assist staff with all of the logistical preparation for and coordination of four week-long summer institutes. The institutes take place from late June through the third week in August. Each one is attended by 1000-1,400 participants from all over the world.

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