Serve on Advising and Progress to Degree Committee, to help incoming students select lab rotations, ensure that second year students transition smoothly into thesis labs, and senior graduate students develop timelines to completion and to set plans for post-doctoral work; provide additional academic and professional development support when needed
Attends all first year lectures and coordinates discussion sections to provide continuity and quality control in team taught courses
Assigns second year teaching assistantships
Works with students individually who need support achieving milestones and/or remediating from academic probation by helping set goals and establishing timelines
Serve as first line of advising for students with issues arising, either academic or personal, referring to other counseling or advising services as necessary
Work with Program Manager to track and monitor completion of milestones and progress to degree for all students
Serves as a liaison between students and faculty, serving on both the NUIN Student Advisory Committee and the NUIN Advisory Board
Invite and orient new faculty to NUIN
Select faculty to join NUIN leadership committees, including Curriculum, Admissions, Advising and Progress to Degree, Communications, Underrepresented Minority Affairs, and International Student Affairs
Serves as point of contact for and advises faculty on issues involving student progress (academic or milestone-related) or other issues; directs to other institutional resources when necessary
Program Administration and Communications
Oversees all scientific and educational aspects of the program
Develops and recommends program strategy, including all operations, student aid and educational initiatives
Supervises and/or provides the scientific input in organization and execution of major program events, such as Admissions and Recruitment, Student Orientation, and the Annual Retreat
Represents the Program to all levels of the university from top administration (The Graduate School and Feinberg school of Medicine) to prospective students and outside organizations;
Engaged in outreach with and recruitment of prospective students
Supervises 1-3 or more staff &/or provide work direction to others.
Provides direction to or coordinates administrative effort of staff within or outside of immediate department or division.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Work closely with NUIN leadership and staff to support NUIN community.
PhD in neuroscience or a related scientific field.
Experience teaching and advising students
Experience mentoring/supervising others
Outstanding organization and communication skills
Ability to prioritize and work under pressure and with deadlines.
Ability to multi-task and handle multiple, major projects at once.
Work professionally and confidently with faculty, staff, postdocs and students.
Strong ethics and integrity with highly sensitive data.
Strong technical writing ability.
Minimum Competencies (Skills, knowledge and abilities)
Preferred Qualifications (Education and experience)
Postdoctoral research experience
Publishing in peer-reviewed journals
Experience obtaining extramural funding
Experience advising and/or mentoring students
Ability to learn and adjust across a broad, interdisciplinary science and engineering research portfolio.
Preferred Competencies (Skills, knowledge and abilities)
Excellent organizational, planning, and time management skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skill
Facility/literacy with computer programs for database management and web design
Ability to work independently
Enjoys working with students
Internal Number: 21101
About Northwestern University - NUIN
The Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience program (NUIN) is a research-oriented PhD program that is supplemented with rigorous coursework designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of fundamental principles of Neuroscience. This highly interdisciplinary and collaborative program spans three campuses and twenty departments, with over 160 faculty members and approximately 140 students conducting research in diverse areas of neuroscience. NUIN welcomes students from diverse backgrounds and majors, including computer science, chemistry, engineering, physics, and psychology, as well as neuroscience and biology. The program nurtures the next generation of neuroscientists while seeking excellence from our students and faculty mentors in their pursuit of understanding the nervous system in health and disease. NUIN helps bind the neuroscience community together at Northwestern, and we are proud of our collaborative and collegial training environment.
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