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The Honors College is looking for an intern for the fall 2023 and spring 2024 semesters to work on social media outreach and marketing efforts. The internship will earn 2 to 3 credits each semester which will count towards Honors experience credit. This can be earned either by completing an Honors petition or getting academic credit through your department. The schedule is flexible, but our intern will be expected to work 6-10 hours per week (depending on the desired credit).
Learn how the Honors College utilizes the following social media: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snap Chat
Participate in the planning and preparation for special events: Open House, Discovery Day, Life Raft Debate, Colloquium Kick-off, Honors International Cafe, Graduation and other campus or Honors events as your class schedule permits. This may include creation of marketing/promotional materials, website updates, photography, and more
Creating and Editing Videos
Knowledge of Helpful Smartphone Apps and Shortcuts
Editing and revising documents/marketing brochures for prospective students
Running queries, creating documents and presentations utilizing Microsoft Office tools
Updating/maintaining the Honors Highlights email and Honorable mention blogs
To apply, please email a copy of your resume, a flier or poster sample promoting an event or program, and a brief statement about why you are interested in the internship to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is Friday, May 5, 2023 by 4:30 p.m.
If you are selected for an interview, those will take place between May 8, 2023 and May 12, 2023.
Feel free to contact me directly if you have questions.
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The Office of Academic Integrity (OAI) was established in 2019 to provide leadership and expertise in developing and promoting UB’s fundamental value of integrity in the academic enterprise. Through educational programming, oversight of adjudication processes and procedures, centralization of record collection, and evolving initiatives, the Office of Academic Integrity promotes and supports a culture of academic integrity in order to reinforce the quality of teaching and learning at UB.
We are seeking a Graduate Assistant to supervise our volunteer Student Integrity Ambassadors, oversee programming efforts, provide administrative support for various office functions, and be an integral member of our small office team.
Duties vary, but may include:
Process incoming academic dishonesty cases by checking prior records, applying service indicators, building cases in Maxient software system, coordinating hearing board membership, and more.
Recruit, hire, train, and supervise a team of Student Integrity Ambassadors.
Assist with OAI marketing campaigns: plan and attend student outreach events (tabling, study nights, syllabus reading nights, Welcome Weekend), create posters and flyers, manage the OAI UBLinked page, and more.
Develop and present educational materials for classroom presentations, orientation, etc.
Maintain and update website (CMS system) as needed, including posting monthly blogs.
Provide administrative assistance for various activities undertaken by the Office, including answering inquiries in-person or via phone or email, maintaining office records, and reviewing appeals.
Manage student cases through the remediation process, including meeting with students pre and post remediation, grading remediation assignments, and communicating with students regarding their cases.
Assist with implementation of new and evolving initiatives.
Collect and analyze data to generate reports and inform office initiatives.
Full-time graduate student in good standing for 2023-24; enrolled in at least 9 credits or certified full time. Available 20 hours per week.
An excellent track record showcasing a high level of organization, attention to detail and follow-through as well as an ability to consistently meet stated deadlines.
Experience leading, coordinating, and/or supervising small teams or group projects.
The ability to work independently and take control of projects with little supervision.
Proficiency in Excel, Word, and Outlook.
Ability to maintain discretion about confidential records.
Strong analytical, graphic design, marketing, and communication (written and oral) skills.
An interest in ethics and the fair application of policy.
Commitment: This is a 12-month academic year appointment that runs from June 1, 2023
through May 31, 2024. The position schedule will coincide with the university
staff calendar of work days and official holidays.
Salary: The $26,000 annual salary is paid over 26 pay periods at $1,000 bi-
weekly. There is a tuition stipend for one credit hour each semester.
Supervision: Loretta Frankovitch, Assistant Director of the Office of Academic Integrity
We are now accepting applications to become an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) in CSE115 and CSE116 for the 2023-24 academic year. The UTA position is a paid hourly position. Each semester of being a UTA, you will also earn 1 credit for CSE495 Supervised Teaching,
As a UTA, your responsibilities may include activities like:
* Teaching labs and recitations;
* Running review sessions;
* Holding office hours;
* Answering questions posted to Piazza;
* Proctoring exams; and
* Attending weekly staff meetings.
Students will be hired into the CSE115/CSE116 UTA pool and may be asked to assist in either course. While UTAs are assigned to 1 course each
term, they may change the course they assist between terms.
There are a few standards to apply. To be eligible for this position, you must be:
* in good academic standing at the University and within department
* complete CSE116 by the start of Fall 2023; and
* plan on enrolling as an undergraduate at UB for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Please note that there is no minimum grade required nor do you have to have a minimum number of credits. For many of the students we hire,
being a CSE115/116 UTA is their first experience as a TA or tutor; past experience is welcome, but not required.
If this sounds fun, interesting, and rewarding, please complete this application form before the April 21th deadline. After reviewing all of the applications, some candidates will be invited to schedule and give a short demonstration of their teaching for an audience of current instructors and UTAs. Those demonstrations will be held during finals week with offers made in the following week.
If you have any questions, or need any additional information, please email