Submit an application for a summer position as an Assistant Academic Technologist. Students will work directly with Steinhardt faculty and a full-time Academic Technologist on projects selected for the Technology Enhanced Education Fund.
Need a summer job? Interested in enhancing courses with technology? Join Steinhardt’s Academic Technology team for the summer and work with faculty and Academic Technologists to adapt, enhance, and/or restructure existing courses at NYU Steinhardt.
This work experience will be paid at $15/hour.
Matriculated Steinhardt undergraduate and graduate students
Must commit to 20 hours per week between May 22 – August 11
May 22- 26 9am – 5pm
May 29 – July 28 (20-30 hours per week)
Team meetings Wednesday
Desired Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Current knowledge of technology and instructional practices that relate to the use of technology.
Considerable knowledge of the current literature, trends, and developments in the field of instructional technology and/or education.
Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of educational programs and courses, and make recommendations for improvements.
Knowledge about effective teaching practices, including various methods of assessment and evaluation
Ability to effectively express ideas orally and in writing
Gained Skills & Abilities:
As a result of this summer position, previous Assistant Academic Technologists noted a considerable improvement in their leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Click here and here, to learn more about past student’s experiences working with STS and Steinhardt faculty during the TEE Fund Program (Formerly the Course Innovation Grant).
Basic Information: Name, Email, Department, Program, Anticipated year of graduation
Writing Sample Prompt: Why are you interested in this position? What is your favorite class you have ever taken? Why?
Join NYU RLHS for a sponsored event next Monday 4/17 from 7-8PM in the Palladium Multipurpose Room. Trans and gender non-conforming residents and allies will have the opportunity to engage with a member of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project in an educational discussion about knowing their rights post-graduation in regards to housing, job, and immigration.
Democracy is in the air! It’s time for you to participate in the shaping of our university by voting for your student representatives at StudentVote.nyu.edu. The voting portal is open now and closes at 11:59pm on April 15th. This is for both Undergraduate Student Government, & Graduate Student Organization.
Join your peers this Wednesday, April 12th at the annual All-University Elections Party for free food, fun giveaways, and exciting raffle prizes, all while, of course, exercising your to vote!
The Steinhardt International Programming and Advocacy Committee (IPAC) is an unique leadership opportunity within the Steinhardt community that draws on the rich experiences of students to share their knowledge, their excitement or experiences of international study, and develop community with other students, with faculty, and the larger Steinhardt and NYU community. The Steinhardt IPAC is for globally minded undergraduate and graduate students to connect around ideas of intercultural exchange, international diversity, and being involved in student activities.
he Steinhardt IPAC)is a student-led initiative that promotes the celebration of the diversity of countries, cultures, perspectives, traditions, and values within Steinhardt through programming that facilitates community building. The Committee advocates for the needs of the international student population in collaboration with the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.
Applications are open to both undergraduate and graduate students and are due by Sunday, April 23, 2017. You can apply online here.
To learn more about becoming an IPAC member, you can attend an information session hosted by the Office of Student Affairs on Friday, April 14 from 12:30-1:30 pm in the Pless Hall 2nd floor conference room. Applicants are highly encouraged to attend.