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RA: Research Assistant New York
The Digital Futures Institute is seeking a Research Assistant (RA) to assist on a DARPA funded research project looking into skill development in helicopter pilots.
Media Support Associate New York
The Media Support Associate will assist the Digital Futures Institute with the operation of Macy media production studio spaces. They will support members of the Teachers College community in video, audio and multimedia creation. They will also create and/or assist with on location audio, video, and photographic production, as well as post production and other activities related to media creation and dissemination. They will produce supplemental materials and media, including transcripts, web pages, descriptions for social media platforms, and more related to media produced at the Digital Futures Institute, as well as documentation and support of live events.
Director of Operations New York
The Director of Operations will help develop, manage, and improve operations that support the annual planning and implementation of ongoing aspects necessary to run the Digital Futures Institute. Areas of coverage will include workforce development and management, financial planning and governance, project management, outreach and communications, and stakeholder engagement. This will involve designing and implementing an ambitious hiring plan, establishing its operations and structure, and building a culture of equity, inclusion, and collaboration
Instructional Support Associate New York
The Temporary Instructional Support Associate assists in the implementation of return-to-campus instruction at Teachers College, Columbia University. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to the implementation of face-to-face, online and hybrid instructional formats. Responsibilities and Duties: In this role, you will be supporting faculty in development and set-up of their courses: Assisting with course site layout and editing of Canvas LMS sites Documenting concerns and problems with technology as they arise Testing classroom technology and ensuring faculty are informed about best practices in its usage Copy editing communications and course site content Providing administrative support as needed Testing course technology and activities Skills and competencies: The ideal candidate will have a passion for higher education and adult professional development along with an outstanding aptitude for teaching and learning new technologies. The candidate will also be able to communicate professionally and personably with any faculty, student or staff and demonstrate a high level of empathy and proactive problem-solving abilities. It is also essential that the candidate be able to work with minimal supervision, juggle multiple projects, and maintain a “can do” mindset even when facing daunting challenges.
FWS: Digital Campus Assistant 2 New York
The Digital Campus team in the Office of Institutional Advancement is seeking a Digital Campus Assistant who must be eligible for federal work study funding (approved via the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid). The Digital Campus Assistant will provide support on general tasks in support of various departmental functions and projects. This position requires a commitment of a minimum of 15-20 hours/week.
Graduate Research Assistant, Digital Marketing & Publicity New York
Professor Amra Sabic-El-Rayess is leading multiple grant projects that will demonstrate how education can be used to prevent targeted violence and hate. Her team has launched several professional training programs aimed at addressing the gap in professional development for educators and students in countering biases as a method to mitigate risks and amplify protective factors against targeted violence and the radicalization of students in U.S. classrooms. Dr. Sabic-El-Rayess is looking for a Graduate Research Assistant to assist in digital marketing, creative design, and social media. The position is dynamic and includes opportunities for career experience and growth. You will be joining a growing team, but will be working directly with Dr. Sabic-El-Rayess.
Research Assistant: Teachers College Record Digital Publishing New York
The Digital Publishing Graduate Assistant will advance the Teachers College Record (TCR) mission by supporting one or more of the following areas of work: - Design and prototypes - Online and print production - Multimedia - Research and analytics - Outreach
Graduate Research Assistant Position: Digital Marketing and Operations New York
Funded by the Department of Homeland Security, Dr. Amra Sabic-El-Rayess is leading a project that will demonstrate how non-inclusive pedagogies and curricula can instigate educational displacement, isolation, and othering. The team will launch a multi-module professional training program aimed at addressing the gap in professional development for educators in countering biases as a method to mitigate risks and amplify protective factors against targeted violence and the radicalization of students in U.S. classrooms. This project is looking for a Graduate Research Assistant to assist in program operations and digital marketing. The position is dynamic and includes opportunities for career experience and growth.
IUME-NSF Post Doctoral Fellow New York
IUME seeks a Post Doctoral Research Fellow for 12 months, with the possibility of extension. (December 1st, 2023 - May 30, 2025).
FWS: Office of Institutional Advancement New York
The Office of Institutional Advancement is seeking a part-time Assistant who must be eligible for federal work study funding (approved via the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid). The ideal candidate is an enthusiastic, detail-focused individual eager to assist with general administrative activities in support of a fun-loving, hard-working team. The office of Institutional Advancement consists of the Fundraising, Communications, Alumni Relations, Digital, Design, and Advancement Services Teams, and we work closely with faculty, students, donors and staff on day-to-day tasks (such as "electronic filing" of documents, event preparations, general office support) as well as a variety of special projects. Our preference is for a candidate able to work on campus on Mondays between 9am and 5pm, additional work hours are negotiable.
Head of Technical Services and Metadata Librarian New York
The Head of Technical Services and Metadata Librarian leads our technical services team, whose work includes acquisitions, interlibrary loans, and course reserves while managing and providing strategic direction for electronic resources, cataloging, and metadata practices for the library's physical and digital collections. The incumbent will work collaboratively with staff in and outside the Library to optimize access to and discovery of scholarly content, purchased, licensed, and open, to meet the needs of Teachers College, Columbia University members, and also advise on long-term strategies for metadata schema with relevance to the preservation of scholarship.
Vice Dean for Research New York
Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Vice Dean for Research who will be the principal research officer for the College. The Vice Dean provides the leadership necessary to foster interdisciplinary collaboration across the College, increase federal funding of research, support research excellence in all sub-disciplines, and develop innovative strategies for supporting student research engagement.
FWS: Enrollment Marketing and Communications New York
Assist the Office of Enrollment Marketing and Communications in the development of marketing-related projects, including print and digital advertisements, social media content, and web assets. Collaborate with the office staff to produce creative content from a student perspective and, as needed, working with student volunteers to generate content.
Graduate Assistant: Tech & Media New York
Responsibilities: - Design and maintain grant website and set up (including domain and content management) - Think of creative ways to implement ed-tech in the curriculum to support the learning experience (use and understanding of metaverse a huge plus) o research ed-tech tools available at TC and other platforms o investigate best ways to integrate into the Canvas platform o understand and implement new interactive designs to enhance the learning experience - Design, build and maintain social media presence and implement a posting strategy - Provide input for social media advertising campaigns - Respond to all postings on social media channels - Brainstorm new and creative growth strategies for social media, email, blog and video channels - Evaluate emerging social media, review and digital marketing channels and trends. - Identify social media trends and insights - Research how social media can be used for the grant cause in new and creative ways - Creation of short video clips when needed for social or curriculum (understanding of scripting and editing) - Manage all video - Work with internal tech team (DFI, tech support) for enrollments and LMS set up - Provide thought leadership and perspective on all aspects of tech, media, creative on all aspects of the grant - Attendance at Internal Team Meeting on a weekly basis. - Other duties as assigned.
Interim Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant New York
The Media Services Team at Teachers College, Columbia University is seeking a Classroom Technology Specialist Assistant.

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