STAFF OPPORTUNITIES

ACADEMIC SUCCESS COORDINATOR (ASC)

The Department of Computer Science is seeking a dynamic and committed Academic Success Coordinator (ASC), formerly known as “student advisor”, who will play a significant role in promoting undergraduate student success. This ASC will work directly with students majoring in computer science (CS) and applied computing technology (ACT). This position is funded for two years with a grant from Northeastern University Center for Inclusive Computing and Pivotal Ventures. Subject to available funding, the department intends to continue the position after the initial funding expires.

The Academic Success Coordinator, in collaboration with the department’s advising and mentoring team, department faculty, and ASCs across campus, will provide academic guidance for students in ways that are both holistic and strategic and will contribute to the department’s ongoing initiatives to build a diverse and welcoming community of students, staff, and faculty. The primary functions of the ASC will be (1) to proactively advise computer science and applied computing technology students from the time they arrive at new student orientation through graduation; and (2) to coordinate key undergraduate programs that will support recruitment and retention of a diverse and inclusive student body, providing students with an excellent undergraduate educational experience.

The Academic Success Coordinator will work closely with the advising and mentoring team and will report to the department chair. This is a limited 24-month appointment.

To see full position announcement and to apply, please visit: http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/77866

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UNDERGRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES

LABORATORY MONITORS

Laboratory Monitors (or “LabOps”) secure the labs, perform minor system troubleshooting, and provide general help to students using the department labs. CS majors with 12 or more hours of CS coursework, and a GPA of 3.0 or better are eligible for LabOp positions.

To Apply: If you are interested in an undergraduate assistantship, please talk directly to the instructor. Positions are filled before the start of each semester. Candidates are selected from the outstanding students in previous courses.

COURSE ASSISTANTS

Course Assistants act as department paid tutors assigned to lower level computer science courses. Students who have a 3.5 or better GPA and a grade of A in the course they intend to assist in are eligible for Course Assistant jobs.

To Apply: If you are interested in an undergraduate assistantship, please talk directly to the instructor. Positions are filled before the start of each semester. Candidates are selected from the outstanding students in previous courses.

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