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Multicultural Specialist
Application deadline:
March 1, 2017

The University of Iowa’s Chief Diversity Office is seeking a qualified candidate for their Center for Diversity & Enrichment (CDE). The position of Educational Support Services Specialist (working title Multicultural Specialist) will focus on ensuring the university’s diversity goals are met by providing counseling, advising, and programming to the diverse population of students served by the Center for Diversity & Enrichment (CDE), with a focus on the LGBTQ-identified student population. This position will assist with outreach and retention programs supported or sponsored by CDE, as well as work with CDE staff and other university staff and faculty to develop, promote, present, and assess new activities and programs or propose modifications to increase student retention, graduation, and success. This position reports to the Director, Center for Diversity & Enrichment.

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Summer ACT Prep Instructor
Application deadline:
March 6, 2017

Actively provide rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade students with academic instruction on strategies appropriate to taking the ACT Assessment Test, including but not limited to:

Procedures to follow when taking the exam The types of questions to expect on the exam Suggestions/strategies on how to approach questions General test-taking strategies

The summer program ACT Prep courses will be taught in a Tuesday/Thursday format. Each class period will last 60 minutes (a total of 120 instructional minutes per week).

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Summer Bridge Seminar Instructor
Application deadline:
March 6, 2017

Create and actively teach a college transition seminar for recent high school graduates who will be attending college in the fall. The Bridge Seminar will meet four times per week on Monday-Thursday mornings (one hour per meeting, or 240 instructional minutes per week).

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Summer Foreign Language Instructor
Application deadline:
March 6, 2017

Create and teach an engaging foreign language course to rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade students in the Upward Bound summer program. Each course meets three hours per week in a Monday, Wednesday, Friday format to simulate the structure of a college course (180 instructional minutes per course). Instructors may apply to teach multiple grade levels and courses.

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Summer Language Arts Instructor
Application deadline:
March 6, 2017

Create and teach an engaging language arts course to rising 10th, 11th and/or 12th grade students in the Upward Bound summer program.

Each course meets three hours per week in a Monday, Wednesday, Friday format to simulate the structure of a college course (180 instructional minutes per week). Instructors may apply to teach multiple grade levels and courses.

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Summer Math Instructor
Application deadline:
March 6, 2017

Create and teach an engaging Mathematics course to high school students in the Upward Bound summer program. Each course meets three hours per week in a Monday, Wednesday, Friday format to simulate the structure of a college course (180 instructional minutes per week). Instructors may apply to teach multiple courses. Instructors will also be responsible for supervising assigned study halls.

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Summer Science Instructor
Application deadline:
March 6, 2017

Create and teach an engaging science course to high school students in the Upward Bound summer program. Courses must contain a lab component. If the instructor is teaching a STEM Seminar class connected with a science class, the lab component may be included in either time slot. Each science course will be taught in a Tuesday/Thursday format. Each class period will last 90 minutes (a total of 180 instructional minutes per week). Instructors will also be responsible for supervising assigned study halls.

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Summer STEM Seminar Instructor
Application deadline:
March 6, 2017

Create and teach an engaging Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Seminar course to high school students in the Upward Bound summer program. The STEM Seminar will be taught in a Tuesday/Thursday format. Each class period will last 90 minutes (for a total of 180 instructional minutes per week). Instructors will also be responsible for supervising assigned study halls.

Applicants must submit a proposal for a STEM seminar topic they are interested in teaching. Priority will be given to topics that are interactive and interdisciplinary in nature, explore the interconnectedness of STEM with other subject areas, and/or explore practical, career applications.

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