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Opportunities for Current Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows

OGPS is notified periodically of opportunities for Tulane graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. These can range from part-time work-study jobs to assistantships, to full-time employment opportunities after graduation. Please check back frequently as we will try to update this page as we learn of positions. If you have any opportunities you would like featured on this page, please send them to Amelia at amanning1@tulane.edu.

TULANE OPPORTUNITIES

Visit Handshake to view available job opportunities at Tulane.

 

Library Opportunity: Scholarly Engagement Workshop Instructor

The Tulane Library is currently recruiting two graduate students to lead technical workshops for the Tulane community on behalf of the library for the Fall and Spring semesters. One instructor will focus on R programming language, and one instructor will focus on SPSS or SAS statistical analysis software packages. This is a great opportunity for knowledgeable R, SPSS, and SAS users interested in developing their instruction and presentation skills. The incumbent will be expected to meet regularly with librarians, develop workshops, and make workshop content available online for future use. Each instructor may spend, on average, five hours a week during each semester on the project and will receive a $1,250 honorarium per semester. Students who receive a tuition waiver and stipend will need to receive permission from their advisor or department if they are selected.

Typical job duties:

  • Design, implement, and assess two or more R, SPSS, or SAS workshops per semester
  • Create accompanying R, SPSS, or SAS library guides and visual tutorials similar to the current Python library guide: https://libguides.tulane.edu/introtopython
  • Help build a coding and computing community

Experience

  • Intermediate or advanced level skills in R, SPSS, or SAS
  • Experience teaching or providing programming language support is highly encouraged • Some teaching experience preferred

Requirements

  • Cover letter
  • Updated C.V.
  • Names and contact information for three references

To apply or for more information, please contact Courtney Kearney at ckearney@tulane.edu.

 

The Tulane Center for Public Service has several opportunities for Graduate Assistants in 2022-2023.

  • Two positions will collaborate with the Internships Team for 2022-2023. Both positions involve 10-15 hours of weekly administrative duties such as assisting with data management and migration, marketing, assessment and improvements to technological aspects of programs. There is an option to teach our Topics in Community Engagement internship seminar. Please email resume and questions to Program Manager, Loretta Lambert at llambert1@tulane.edu. You can learn more about the Public Service Graduation requirement and the PSIP here: https://cps.tulane.edu/academics/public-service-internship-program and https://cps.tulane.edu/about/graduation-requirement Please view the job descriptions for both positions here:
  • Two positions will collaborate with the Social Justice and Student Leadership (SJSL) team for the 2022-2023 academic year. Both positions involve approximately 15 hours of weekly unit activities. 
    • One position involves approximately 15 hours of weekly unit activities, community outreach, and curriculum design and implementation around social justice and public service for undergraduate students in the CACTUS Academy (Community Action Council of Tulane University Students) at the Center for Public Service. Please email resume and questions to the SJSL Assistant Director, Diana Soto-Olson at dsoto@tulane.edu. Review of applications will begin August 15th and continue until the position is filled. You can learn more about the CACTUS Academy here: https://cactusacademy.wordpress.com/

    • The second Graduate Assistant position will collaborate and work with the Co-Director of the Community Engaged Advocates (CEA) program to plan and execute programming, recruit new student leaders, help with leadership, support evaluation, and programming logistics, and advise student leaders for the 2022-2023 academic year. The Community Engagement Advocates are student leaders trained to facilitate anti-racism and anti-oppression workshops, dialogues, and trainings. The CEA program works to foster a campus culture of inclusion, equity, justice, and empathy, to prepare students to navigate some of society’s most pressing challenges related to power, oppression, and identity. Review of applications will begin August 31st and continue until the position is filled. You can learn more about the CEA program here: https://cps.tulane.edu/programs/community-engagement-advocates

 

EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES

The ORAU Research and University Partnerships Office (RUPO) is pleased to provide the following opportunities:

NASA Postdoctoral Program Seeks Early Career and Senior Scientists for Prestigious Fellowships at Its Locations Across the U.S

Both early-career and senior scientists are invited to explore fellowship opportunities in the NASA postdoctoral program and share in NASA's mission to develop advancements in science, technology, aeronautics, and space exploration. The deadline to apply for this cycle of fellowships is November 1, 2022.

The program offers unique research opportunities for highly-talented U.S. and non-U.S. scientists to engage in ongoing NASA research projects with top scientists at a NASA Center, NASA Headquarters or at a NASA-affiliated research institute. These one- to three-year fellowships are competitive and are designed to advance NASA’s missions in space science, earth science, aeronautics, space operations, exploration systems and astrobiology.

Scientists within five years of having received their degrees are eligible to apply as a postdoctoral fellow; scientists who have received their doctorates more than five years previously may apply as a senior fellow. Stipend rates for these NASA postdoctoral fellows currently start at $70,000 per year. 

Learn more and apply at https://npp.orau.org. If you have any questions, please email npp@orau.org.

Applications Being Accepted for ORAU Library Ambassador Cohort Coordinator

The purpose of the library ambassador cohort coordinator is to work directly with Minority-Serving Institution’s (MSIs) library grantees to assess their health science library data needs, assist in implementing data skills and dataset (e.g., All of Us Researcher Workbench) focused training at institutions, communicating with grantees to provide technical assistance and resources, and mentoring/coaching grantees to achieve project goals and objectives. This position will lead dissemination strategies of the Library Ambassador Training Program with MSIs Library Ambassadors through professional publications, presentations, and other venues. Some occasional travel is required. Deadline to apply is October 3, 2022.

Apply online at Research Associate 3 - Library Ambassador Cohort Coordinator in Oak Ridge, Tennessee | Careers at Oak Ridge, TN (Main Campus) (icims.com).

Applications Being Accepted for The University of Tennessee – Oak Ridge Innovation Institute (UT-ORII) Education Director 

The University of Tennessee – Oak Ridge Innovation institute (UT-ORII) was founded in 2019 by the University of Tennessee (UT) and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to help the US maintain prominence as a global leader in innovation and discovery, and to create a robust talent pipeline in areas of growing national need and demand. UT-ORII is funded by the Department of Energy and the State of Tennessee.

The UT-ORII Education Director will develop, communicate, and implement comprehensive policies and strategies that strengthen the joint graduate education programs (the ‘Programs’) supported by UT and ORNL. The Education Director will be part of the senior leadership team of UT-ORII and will work closely with the executive director and the scientific programs and operations teams to accomplish UT-ORII goals and objectives. The Education Director is the administrative head of the UT-ORNL joint graduate education programs and will interface with the program directors for Energy Science & Engineering, Data Science & Technology, and Genome Science & Technology, the UTK Dean of the Graduate School, UTK deans and department heads, ORNL associate lab directors, and others ensure the academic programs meet UT guidelines and the rigor to prepare students in a team-based, interdisciplinary manner.

Apply online at https://apply.interfolio.com/106260.

 

University at Albany Assistant Professor, Tenure Track - Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics

The Department of Biological Sciences, University at Albany, State University of New York, invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in the areas of cell biology and molecular genetics. Research areas of interest include but are not limited to, stem cell biology in development and regeneration and cellular and genetic control of normal and disease-specific physiological processes. Candidates can use any biological system in pursuit of their research interests, and candidates who complement or expand existing Department strengths are particularly encouraged to apply.

The successful candidate is expected to establish a sustained, externally funded research program that may include collaborative and interdisciplinary research. Faculty in the Department have access to modern functional genomic and imaging facilities, as well as other key core facilities serving a broad range of biological approaches. Local opportunities for collaboration within the university include faculty in the Life Sciences, the RNA Institute, and the School of Public Health. Candidates will contribute to the Department's graduate program in Molecular, Cellular, Developmental, and Neural Biology, and will be expected to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels in courses appropriate to their expertise. Applicants should have the ability to interact with a diverse faculty and student population working across a broad set of research areas. For more information, including how to apply, please visit: https://albany.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=151714. Please contact Morgan Sammons (masammons@albany.edu) with any questions.

 

Local nonprofit Daughters Beyond Incarceration (DBI) is seeking a new Deputy Director. This is an exciting opportunity to be a critical catalyst of the growth of Daughters Beyond Incarceration (DBI). A newly created position, the Deputy Director (DD), will play a key role in supporting our organization achieve its most meaningful strategic goals in coming years and will have a highly influential role championing Daughter’s Beyond Incarceration (DBI) organizational building, ensuring that we have best practices, systems, and culture to sustain our work.

For a full job description, please see here: /sites/default/files/Deputy Director - DBI .docx.pdf

Founded in 2018, Daughters Beyond Incarceration (DBI) located in New Orleans, Louisiana, focuses on breaking the cycle of poverty and crime amongst daughters with incarcerated parents by advocating for girls and building strong parent-to-child relationships between them – through education, mentorship, and support.

 

POSTDOCTORAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

Postdoctoral Position Search Engines

The Institute for Broadening Participation's Pathway to Science program maintains a database of opportunities for postdoctoral work and support (such as travel grants) for postdoctoral fellows in STEM. We encourage our current postdocs and PhD students to use their search engine to help find additional opportunities in STEM.  

The National Postdoctoral Association also has a job search engine with opportunities for Postdocs opportunities.

 

Older Positions - deadlines may have passed

Columbia University is seeking a Business Development Postdoctoral Fellow for their Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV), which is the technology transfer office for Columbia University and a central location for many of the technology development initiatives, entrepreneurial activities, external industry collaborations, and commercially-oriented multidisciplinary technology innovations across the university. The Postdoctoral Fellow will report to the Assoc. Director, Business Development and support the growing portfolio of technologies advancing towards start-up formation. The Fellow will join CTV’s efforts in developing, managing and translating Columbia’s oncology research portfolio with a focus on projects that are 12-18 months from a license to industry or start up as well as support initiatives at CTV focused on diversity, equity and inclusion within technology transfer as well as accelerating the path towards commercialization for early stage technologies. This is a one to two-year position pending performance and funding availability. 

For more information, job description, and to apply, please click here: https://opportunities.columbia.edu/cw/en-us/job/527881/business-development-fellow

 

Fulbright Israel - Call for Applications
Fulbright Postdoctoral Research Fellowships for U.S. Citizens in All Disciplines
Academic Years 2023/24 and 2024/25
Fellowships are open to researchers in all academic disciplines and support research programs in Israel for up to 20 months (two academic years).

Benefits:

  • Stipend: $95,000 ($47,500 per academic year for two years)
  • Reimbursement of airfare expenses for Fulbright fellows (and spouses)
  • Partial reimbursement of children’s education expenses and fees

Apply by September 15, 2022
Visit the program page on our website at https://fulbright.org.il/USPostdoc
For further information or inquiries, please contact: Alma Katz, Tel: +972 3 5213808, USprograms@fulbright.org.il

 

The Postdoc Affairs Offices at Northwestern University, The University of Chicago, and University of Illinois Chicago are thrilled to announce that we are hosting the 2nd Annual Virtual Chicagoland Postdoc Recruitment Initiative, taking place October 20-21, 2022.

This is a collaborative initiative to improve diversity and inclusion at the three largest research universities in the Chicago area, with the goal of addressing the "pipeline" challenge in academia for historically marginalized graduate students and postdocs, including individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds, who have disabilities, who identify as LGBTQIA+, who are veterans, or who were first-generation college students or Pell-eligible. Apply by Monday, September 12th at 11:59 pm Central Time.

For more information, view the flyer here, or visit the website to apply: https://chicagolanddiversepostdocrecruitment.org/

 

Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Seeking Graduate Student Assistants

The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is seeking two Graduate Student Assistants to begin by June 3, 2022.  The graduate student assistants will work with our office to develop and implement programs to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion at the university, including the EDI climate survey.  These positions are 20/week and will be compensated with a monthly stipend. The position can be found in Handshake. Any questions can be directed to the EDI office director, Dr. Danette Saylor at dsaylor1@tulane.edu

Job Opportunity - PT and FT Museum Docent at Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses

Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses is currently seeking docents (full and part-time). The Docent will report directly to the Director of Educational Programming and interpret the houses to tell the story of 19th and 20th century New Orleans and its decor, architecture, and society. The Docent ensures that visitors leave our museum with an understanding of daily life for both enslaved people and wealthy enslaving families. This role requires weekend availability. Desired candidates will have an interest in and/or background in 19th century New Orleans history, African-American history, historic preservation, horticulture, K-12 education, architecture, and/or women’s studies. See the Full Time and Part Time job listings. 

Call for Applications - The Mistletoe Research Fellowship

In 2022, the Momental Foundation will award up to 36 competitive fellowship opportunities to scholars from our elite cohort of R1 partner universities in the U.S. and Singapore. Postdoc participants must remain full-time employees through the 2022-2023 academic calendar year. PhD candidates must be "all but dissertation" and maintain full-time student status with stipend support through the 2022-2023 academic calendar year.  At this time, Mistletoe Research Fellowships are open to most STEM fields and limited fields of Quantitative Social Science (please check the FAQ for clarification). Proposals must be submitted via the online application system by 11:59pm Pacific Time on Sunday, June 19, 2022. For more information and to apply, please see here.

Tulane IT entry-level communication and marketing role

The communications specialist will assist IT's Communication Manager with content creation for social media, website, newsletters, email campaigns, new and existing IT product and service initiatives, and more. This role will also help track and manage communication deliverables and project timelines. Strong written, design and project management skills preferred. Familiar with managing social media accounts, using design programs like InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and/or Canva. Seeking a creative, self-starter who wants to expand their marketing and writing portfolio. Bonus: someone who wishes to stay in this role for more than one semester or duration of their time at Tulane.

Students can apply using the link here: https://app.joinhandshake.com/emp/jobs/5759246

American Council of Learned Societies Leading Edge Fellowships

Leading Edge Fellowships place recent humanities PhDs with nonprofit organizations committed to promoting social justice in their communities. For more information, including participating organizations and eligibility details, please visit the ACLS site: https://www.acls.org/competitions/acls-leading-edge-fellowships/ 

Fellowship Details:

  • Stipend: $62,500 in year one, and $65,000 in year two, plus health insurance and professional development  funding
  • Tenure: 24 months beginning in September 2022
  • Applications will be accepted only through the ACLS Online Fellowship Application system. Please do not contact any of the organizations directly.
  • Application deadline: March 28, 2022, 9pm EDT

The 2022 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships

The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships are designed to encourage original and significant study of religious and ethical values in all areas of human endeavor. Eligible proposals have religious or ethical values as a central concern. and come from fields within the humanities and social sciences. 
Ph.D. and Th.D. candidates in the final year of dissertation writing may apply. 21 fellowships of $30,000 will be awarded. Applications are due November 15. For more information and to apply, please click here.

Cultural Economy and Black History Fellow (ACLS Fellowship)

The Louisiana Bucket Brigade, founded in 2000, is a 501(c)(3) environmental health and justice organization working with communities that neighbor the state’s oil refineries and chemical plants. We use grassroots action to create an informed, healthy society that holds the petrochemical industry and government accountable for the true costs of pollution to hasten the transition from fossil fuels. Our vision is a Louisiana that is a healthy, prosperous, pollution-free and just state where people and the environment are valued over profit.

The heart and soul of what we do is supporting communities impacted by the petrochemical industry in Louisiana. The disproportionate impact of the petrochemical industry on Louisiana’s African American community has its roots in prior centuries. As such, our work includes historic components, including the identification of historic assets as a way to build power and oppose the siting of petrochemical companies in these communities.

Purpose of Position: The purpose of the Cultural Economy and Black History Fellow is to identify historic and cultural assets along the region known as Cancer Alley. These assets will provide the foundation for exploring the viability of building a more robust economy in a region where most government officials see petrochemicals as the sole road to development. 

For more details and to apply, please visit the Louisiana Bucket Brigade's website.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Positions in US and Global Cardiometabolic Disease

Post-doctoral positions are available to work with the Emory Global Diabetes Research Center (EGDRC; www.diabetes.emory.edu) and the Georgia Center for Diabetes Translation Research (GCDTR; www.gcdtr.org), Emory University, Atlanta, USA. EGDRC and GCDTR have established partnerships with a global and US network of significant collaborators in diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) research. The Fellows will be involved in innovative observational, experimental, and translational science studies of diabetes biology, etiology, prevention, and treatment in the United States and South Asia (India and Pakistan).

Opportunities may also exist in the connections between noncommunicable diseases, and infectious diseases (e.g., COVID-19, TB). Fellows will work with one or more of the following faculty: Drs. Venkat Narayan, Mohammed Ali, Solveig Cunningham, Felipe Lobelo, Matthew Magee, Shivani Patel, Mary Beth Weber, Lisa Staimez, Unjali Gujral, and collaborate with a diverse group of researchers. Exciting scientific challenges and opportunities for career progression are available for motivated, high quality candidates.

We are seeking candidates with a doctoral degree in epidemiology, nutrition, behavioral sciences, demography, or related field with strong statistical analysis and programming skills. Substantive knowledge of diabetes, obesity, CVD, and the social determinants framework is a plus. Candidates must have the ability to work independently and collaboratively; strong organizational and record keeping skills; fluent English writing and verbal skills; and an enthusiasm for inter-disciplinary engagement.

Emory University's unique partnerships with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Georgia Institute of Technology, CARE, the Carter Center, the Task Force for Child Survival and Development, and global health organizations (e.g., Public Health Foundation of India; All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation) around the world make Emory one of the nation's leading universities for both research and practice. The Rollins School of Public Health comprises six academic departments: global health, behavioral sciences and health education, biostatistics, environmental and occupational health, epidemiology, and health policy and management, and hosts over 20 interdisciplinary centers. The Hubert Department of Global Health hosts many international fellows, including Humphrey, Foege, Fogarty, and Fulbright fellows.

How to Apply:  Candidates must apply thru the Emory Career website. Go to http://www.hr.emory.edu/careers and Search for Faculty Positions using posting number 65153. Applicants must include:  1) a letter addressed to “Search Committee”, describing interest in this position and relevant background; 2) a curriculum vita; and 3) names of three or more references.

Evaluation of applications will begin in March 2021 and continue until the position is filled. Applications will be kept confidential and references will not be contacted without the permission of the applicant. For questions related to this search, contact Mark Hutcheson at egdrc@emory.edu.

PetVet Dx Seeking Molecular Technologists (New Orleans based)

PetVet Dx is a therapeutic management company specializing in targeted PCR molecular diagnostics to improve clinical care in all species of animals. Our revolutionary molecular technology provides a firm foundation for diagnostics in veterinary services for veterinarians, famers, and pet owners. PetVet Dx believes that the only diagnostic test that should be performed is one that will improve an animal’s overall outcome. We are seeking Molecular Technologists with experience in the area of molecular microbiology to perform testing, analysis, and reporting of laboratory test results in our lab located in New Orleans, LA. This lab will specifically focus on animal genetic testing so clinical laboratory experience in molecular infectious disease testing is strongly preferred. Apply at LinkedIn.

Position/Pay:

This will be a FT position. The first 8 months of employment will be an hourly wage to see if you are a good fit. If all seems well, it would become a salary based pay.
Pay: $28-$35/hr

Shifts may vary on a case to case bases. The lab is open from 6:45am-6pm Monday-Saturday.

Responsibilities:

  • All test systems in the lab are molecular-based and require a strong attention to detail. You will need to perform DNA/RNA extractions and assays with specialized molecular techniques and analysis instrumentation. Provide technical interpretation of genetics results
  • Maintain quality control and high standards throughout the life cycle of each project
  • Provide consultations with physicians regarding technical aspects of assays
  • Perform sequencing, pyrosequencing, and real time PCR
  • Ensure that all aspects of clinical lab activities are performed according to CLIA, CAP, State, and JCAHO regulations
  • Write and review all technical documents associated with clinical implementation including SOP’s validation material, presentations, and publications
  • Provide scientific and technical input in internal and clinical trial projects
  • Ensure timeliness of clinical assay reporting
  • Maintain laboratory safety and applicable protocols at all times
  • Prioritize all tasks /duties with a research project
  • Lead internal research activities that address product development

Required (one or both): 

  • Hold one ore more college degrees in the sciences (biology, chemistry, physics)
  • Five to ten years of training and work experience in a clinical molecular genetics/pathology or veterinary laboratory reviewing and interpreting test data
  • Previously demonstrated leadership ability
  • Ability to anticipate and prioritize work with minimal direction
  • Physical ability with regards to vision include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
  • Ability to occasionally lift office products of up to 30 pounds, standing and/or walking continuously or for long periods of time

Presidential Management Fellowship

The PMF Program is a leadership training ground that has matched graduate students with opportunities in the federal government since 1977. You'll perform valuable service to the American people while jump-starting your career, whatever you envision that to be. You'll get full salary and benefits as well as challenging assignments, training, mentoring, plus an opportunity to make government work better.

Applications for the class of 2021 are due October 14, please see their website for more details.

AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships Program

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is the largest general scientific society in the world. The fellowship program offers hands-on opportunities to apply your scientific knowledge and technical skills to important societal challenges. As a fellow, you will serve a yearlong assignment in a selected area of the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the federal government in Washington, D.C., enhancing your professional influence by tackling problems and participating in policy development and implementation.

Applicants from many different sectors and at various stages of their career (predoctoral, postdoctoral) are eligible to apply. Applications are due November 1. For more information, please visit the AAAS website.

UJMT Fogarty Global Health Fellows Program for Predoctoral and Postdoctoral (MD or PhD) Candidates

This program is sponsored by the Fogarty International Center at NIH and provides opportunities for one year long, mentored research experiences in the 15 countries listed below on a wide range of topics, including HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases, child health, women’s health, environmental health, surgery, cancer, sickle cell, and others. Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, most of the US trainees are carrying out their projects remotely for now with the hope that they will be able to move on site later in the year.

Africa: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia; Asia: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam; Latin America: Nicaragua, Peru, Suriname

Predoctoral and postdoctoral candidates (MD or PhD) may apply to the program in the fall, with an application deadline of November 2 this year. Fellowship recipients are fully funded to conduct research at a program training site under the direction of a collaborating faculty member, with stipend and full benefits, as well as for participation in great group training activities at NIH with trainees from multiple consortia (online or in person if conditions allow). You can read more about the UJMT Fogarty Global Health Fellows Program here. This is a great opportunity for doctoral students and postdocs to have paid fellowships in global health with access to professors from top tier institutions. Interested individuals should contact Tulane professor Richard Oberhelman for more information.   

Postdoctoral Associate in Computational Neuroscience

We are hiring postdoctoral associates to investigate how populations of neurons perform complex computations, such as object segmentation and object recognition. We work closely with experimentalists who record thousands of neurons simultaneously and develop machine-learning tools to extract computational principles from these large-scale data sets. Examples of ongoing projects include creating a neural atlas of behavioral representations across mice and brain areas, creating data-inspired methods for structure discovery in large-scale recordings, determining the goals of various visual areas by comparing neural activity to deep neural networks trained on various visual tasks, and fitting biologically-plausible, deep-network models to visual cortical neural activity. 

Interested candidates should review the full advertisement and apply here.

Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Positions Available

Multiple positions are available within the division of Student Affairs including: Graduate Assistant for Educational Series and Presentations (Office of Fraternity and Sorority Programs); Graduate Assistant for Events and Reservations (Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life); Graduate Assistant for Multicultural Affairs (Office of Multicultural Affairs); Graduate Assistant for Recognized Student Organizations (Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life); Graduate Assistant Resident Director (Housing & Residence Life); Graduate Assistant for Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Programming & Assessment (Office of Multicultural Affairs). More details about each assistantship and the application can be found here.