The Project Coordinator will provide project management to, and create professional development materials for the NSF INCLUDES Alliance: Inclusive Graduate Education Network's Inclusive Practices (IP) Hub. IGEN aims to increase the fraction of students from underrepresented groups who complete doctoral degrees in the physical sciences in part by catalyzing the adoption of evidence-based inclusive practices that reduce inequities in doctoral completion for underrepresented groups and benefit all students. To this end, the IP Hub will coordinate a system of on- and offsite workshops for faculty professional development, cultivate disciplinary leaders to facilitate such activities across the network, foster communities of local champions, and build a library of inclusive practices.
Responsibilities include project management, developing workshop and training materials, data collection and analysis, interacting with project partners and participants, clerical support and webinar coordination with project partners.
About Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Science
The College of Science houses some of RIT’s most respected programs including the astrophysical sciences and technology program, already recognized for seminal scholarship in that field. In addition, it is the home college of four of RIT’s eight Ph.D. programs and the parent College to the world-renowned Carlson Center for Imaging Science which offers the only imaging science Ph.D. program in the country. Likewise, the College of Science offers the only mathematical modeling Ph.D. program in the country and is one of the only places in the world that offers a Ph.D. in color science, which combines imaging, chemistry and materials science.
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