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Under the supervision of the Dean of Students and the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, this position will supervise administrative and program operations for both the AnBryce Scholars program within the Office of Student Affairs and provide support for key initiatives related to diversity and inclusion at the Law School.
Arts and Science is seeking an experienced Grants and CASSR Administrator to join the Sociology Department. This individual will manage all grant-related activities for the Department of Sociology, including the identification of funding opportunities, the submission of proposals, the development of budgets, researching program and funding guidelines, and fulfilling all reporting requirements on all grants received. Serve as primary administrative contact for the Center for Advanced Social Science Research (CASSR). Collaborate with other University employees, both in Sociology and other offices such as the Office of Sponsored Programs, in principal accountabilities and occasionally in on-demand tasks.
Arts and Science is seeking a dynamic Grant Administrator to join the Department of Psychology. This individual will manage a grant fund raising program, including federal (NIH, NSF), foundation and corporate sponsors; work with principal investigators (PIs) and faculty on writing and submission of proposals, identification of grant opportunities for the department, researching program guidelines and fulfilling all reporting requirements on grants received.
The Institutional Analyst will utilize available data sources to conduct various research and analysis projects in support of New York University's mission; provide information retrieval support for university leadership, staff, and external entities using verified data sources and definitions. Utilize technical skills to retrieve, analyze, and present data, and communication skills to develop reports and presentations. Analyze various data sets by collaborating with University stakeholders to design and provide decision support for initiatives related to NYU’s mission for the areas of admissions, instruction, enrollment, employment, advising and post career placement. Provide new and routine analysis of both data and operations to ensure strategic goals are being met.
NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study is looking for an Assistant Director of Student Services to manage the business operations for the Office of Student Services to ensure effective and efficient delivery of registration and grading services to Gallatin students, faculty and staff ensuring that departmental and School objectives are accomplished. Develop and enhance School's internal registration policies and procedures to ensure optimal service and integrity of student data. Develop School’s academic calendar; propose deadlines for internal registration practices. Direct student service office-related communications to students and faculty regarding imperative registration and academic policies, procedures and deadlines. Develop and identify solutions to resolve complex registration issues and authorize exceptions. Oversee School’s registration and grading processes in SIS/PeopleSoft; generate and analyze reports; oversee management of student records and databases. Supervise staff and student workers.
Position Summary: The NYU Tandon Center for K12 STEM Education seeks an exceptional Project Manager who will have responsibility for a number of the Center’s initiatives. The Project Manager will interact and collaborate with faculty, administrators, students, and external partners. The Project Manager will oversee certain programs and student-personnel; from time-to-time develop new projects and associated funding sources; document, and present, work internally and externally; and provide overall leadership and operational organization to the Center’s mission and its programs. The Project Manager will draw on the extensive experience, research findings, and practical learnings the Center and Tandon faculty have garnered through many iterations of its work with students, teachers, and school systems.
About the Center for K12 STEM Education
The New York University Tandon School of Engineering has long recognized the critical need to engage K-12 students, teachers, schools and school systems in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through hands-on, authentic learning. These efforts aim to increase access to high quality learning experiences, STEM-focused higher education and related careers. For nearly 20 years, with public, philanthropic and corporate support, the Center and Tandon’s faculty have developed innovative programs that bring STEM disciplines and concepts to every level of K-12 education.
The Center and its programs place strong emphasis on serving those with limited access to high-quality STEM education, including students of color, girls and young women, and those from low-income backgrounds. Our work with teachers largely focuses on educators serving these demographic groups. The Center’s K12 STEM education programs support the School of Engineering’s mission of research, scholarship and teaching. Our methodology for K-12 STEM education focuses on utilizing the expertise and passion of trained graduate and undergraduate students to develop and teach hands-on, activity based STEM curricula to younger students and their teachers under the guidance of faculty members.
We strongly emphasize authentic experiences: grounding curriculum and instruction in the application of STEM concepts in the real-world and in a social context; connecting content to ongoing research in engineering and computer science labs; employing pedagogy that is inquiry based, problem solving and iterative; and deploying the actual tools of scientists and engineers—from microcontrollers, electronic components, actuators and the like to high-end testing and experimental equipment used in research.
The Center operates at a significant scale. For example, our summer programs serve nearly 600 middle and high school students and 50 teachers on campus, and 300 high school students and 15 teachers off campus, in programs that run from 1 to 7 weeks. We additionally conduct academic year programs both at the Tandon campus and at K-12 schools. We engage over 100 engineering and other STEM students at the graduate and undergraduate level as instructors and mentors, and work with over 25 research labs and associated faculty.
The Senior Director of the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) at New York University reports to the Assistant Vice Provost for Sponsored Research. OSP provides pre-award and non-financial post award research administration service and support in sponsored program management to faculty Investigators, academic schools and units as well as provostial centers and institutes conducting research and undertaking other sponsored activities for the Washington Square campus (all divisions except NYU School of Medicine and Langone Medical Center) as well as the global campuses including NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai (with the exception of UAE or Chinese government sponsors which are overseen by research administration at the respective global campuses). The Senior Director of OSP is given delegated authority by the Assistant Vice Provost for Sponsored Research to provide assurances, representations, and certifications for the endorsement and submission of more than 1800 proposals annually. The Senior Director serves as authorized organizational representative and is responsible for the oversight of negotiation and sign-off on the terms and conditions of all agreements and subagreements binding the University to contractual obligations related to performance on more than 1700 awards annually for research, teaching, training, service and other sponsored activities supported by federal, state, non-profit, foundation, private industry and foreign sponsors. The Senior Director serves as liaison to Sponsored Programs Administration, NYU’s post award finance office on the implementation of policies and procedures and supports systems integration pre- to post award through NYU’s CAYUSE grants management to FAME financial systems. S/he contributes to the development and reporting of research and sponsored programs metrics to inform the university on annual research revenues budget. Exercises considerable independent judgment, s/he works closely with campus academic leadership to plan short-and long-term strategies that support the submission of competitive grant and contract proposal applications including the facilitation of interdisciplinary responses to specialized requests for proposals. Develops strong working relationships within the campus administration and with faculty to facilitate and encourage a positive culture to support research success and incentivize faculty to seek external funding. Provide excellent customer service. The Senior Director of OSP provides leadership and mentorship to staff members of NYU’s central office for preaward research administration. The Senior Director oversees all staffing, budget, and operations of the OSP functional areas including proposal development, award management, contracts and subaward collaborations, international projects and AFAR, regulatory and sponsor compliance related to the conduct of sponsored projects, and research business intelligence platforms and systems supporting system to system proposal submission and award management and research and sponsored programs metrics and reporting. Responsible for ensuring conformance with federal regulations, sponsor guidelines and compliance with institutional and sponsor policies, assessing and mitigating institutional and individual risk through administrative infrastructure development. Communicates changes in sponsor policies and procedures and helps to manage the related professional training of departmental administrators and grant managers in research administration.
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Primarily responsible for hands-on maintenance of HVAC systems and related auxiliary equipment.
The RLab, 16,500 square feet of co-working labs, classrooms, studios, and more, is the nation’s first city-funded center for research, entrepreneurship and education in virtual and augmented-reality, spatial computing and other emerging media technologies.
NYCEDC and the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment selected NYU Tandon School of Engineering as the administering institution and a consortium of participating universities, including Columbia University, CUNY, and The New School to manage and operate the space, along with a workforce development center at CUNY Lehman College in the Bronx. The new multi-university center is critical to the City’s plans to establish New York City as the next global leader in VR/AR and related technologies and will create hundreds of new jobs in the field.
Manager of Communications and Outreach will be responsible for internal and external communication strategy and initiatives for building the RLab’s communications, marketing and outreach programs, with a mandate to build and execute a strategy that delivers on the financial and outcome metrics that are core to the Center’s success. A key goal of the Center is to engage with New Yorkers and New York communities. The Manager will establish the strategy and goals for community and outreach programs at the Center. The Manager will lead program strategy development, short term and long-term planning and partnership development to support engagement and community building amongst internal and external stakeholders in the Center’s ecosystem. In addition, the Manager will collaborate with colleagues across the Center and its partners to connect to relevant activities.
The Business Analyst is responsible for providing functional support to Enrollment Management and units across the University for the University student information system (SIS), student success platform, and other ancillary systems/applications. This position oversees the management of data integrity, provides training, and creates documentation. The Business Analyst maintains advanced knowledge of University system functionality, analyzes business processes/procedures, and identifies dependencies and implications of change to various functional areas and integration points with other systems. The Business Analysts is expected to design, configure, develop, test, implement and maintain approved applications, including reports, interfaces, and data conversions. They must communicate and coordinate effectively and professionally with business owners to ensure accurate understanding and acceptance of system configurations.
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