Position Description: Primary program administrator and counselor for the Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics (MIMG) major and Student Affairs Office. Advises the Chair, Vice Chair for Undergraduate Studies, and faculty on student and academic affairs issues related to the department's undergraduate program and College undergraduate academic programs. Major duties include counseling of students about major requirements and academic progress; development and implementation of policies and procedures for efficient operation of the departmental counseling office; development and implementation of programs, functions, and publications to increase communication between students and faculty; and providing trend analysis/data compilation to assist in long range programmatic planning. Also responsible for course/classroom scheduling, ordering course texts, commencement coordination, and serving as a member of the department's standing committee for Curriculum and Instruction and Student Awards. Serve as liaison department and students, central and other campus administrative units, and the community. Lead and coordinate TA hires for MIMG courses, help to oversee the TA and Reader budget, and works closely with the CFO to allocate and process tuition, fees, stipends, and fellowships for Ph.D. students working in MIMG research labs.
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