Post Baccalaureate Fellowship- Empirical Reasoning Center (ERC), Milstein Center for Teaching & Learning
Barnard College’s Post Baccalaureate Fellowship program is a learning and career development opportunity for graduating seniors. The Post Baccalaureate Fellowship is a one-year program (with the possibility of renewal) consisting of various placements that allow for the development of professional career skills, on-going technical and workplace learning and an opportunity to apply subject matter expertise to new technologies, digital scholarship, creative writing, etc. Reporting to a faculty director, fellowships are full time paid appointments with health benefits. The fellowship will extend from July 1 through June 30th and include paid holiday and vacation days (it may be possible to start in June). Fellows will be paid a stipend of $45,000.00 per annum. Each fellow is a member of a cohort that participates in on-going professional development and learning from Beyond Barnard in collaboration with the Office of Human Resources.
Preference will be given to a Barnard College graduating senior
Graduating seniors from Columbia University may apply
Post Baccalaureate Fellowship- Empirical Reasoning Center (ERC), Milstein Center for Teaching & Learning Under the direction of the Faculty Director and the Associate Director, the Fellow will support the ERC's ongoing programming and the development and coordination of expanded services.
Department: Library - Research and Instruction Services
Required Qualification Summary:
Coursework in (e.g.) empirical research design, data visualization strategies and techniques, statistical methods, etc.
Proficiency in basic and intermediate-level data management, visualization, and analysis software
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