Graduate Assistantship Opportunities

When applying for any GA positions, please discuss this with your Graduate Advisor.


Graduate Assistantship Educational Administration

The Graduate Assistant (GA) will work under the supervision of one or more faculty members in the Department of Educational Administration on a variety of research, teaching, and/or administrative tasks. Research tasks and activities relevant to the research process- may include but are not limited to research design (e.g. providing feedback on research ideas, preparation and management of institutional review board applications, etc.), data collection (e.g. administering a survey, conducting interviews, etc.), data analysis (e.g. qualitative transcription and coding, statistical analysis of student survey findings, etc.), and reporting findings in written and/or oral format (e.g. preparing ppt. presentation). Teaching tasks make include managing online discussions, assisting with preparing course materials, grading support and/or communicating with students. Administrative duties to be performed may include assisting with file, data, or office management activities and/or serving as a representative of the department for prospective students and other stakeholders (e.g. speaking to prospective students). Submission Instructions: Application materials should include the following: • Cover letter addressing how a GA position will contribute to your academic and professional interests, career goals, and describe your qualifications for this position (no more than two pages) • CV or resume • Names and contact information for 2 references Submit your materials no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, February 27th.

Required hours per week: 19.6

Contact:
Cindy DeRyke at cderyke1@unl.edu

Graduate Assistanships TEXTILES, MERCHANDISING & FASHION DESIGN/CHILD, YOUTH & FAMILY STUDIES

We have assistantship opportunities for students who will support our youth programming and research. Students will work with interdisciplinary teams of faculty and students to launch a study on youth perceptions about their rural communities; as well as to develop and conduct programming for youth. These assistantship will provide excellent opportunities for gaining hands-on experience in research and its direct application for various audiences. We have several ongoing projects so we will assign students based on fit with the project. These assistantships can be partial (e.g., 10 hours) so that they can be combined with other positions, or full (19.6 hour assistantship). Applications will be accepted from any major.

Required hours per week: 10 to 19.6

Contact:
Maria de Guzman
mguzman2@unl.edu