The Assistant Director for the Office of Learning Communities assists with the development, implementation, and assessment of more than twenty-five residential learning communities serving approximately 1100 students. Serves as one of the primary contact people for the faculty and staff teams who work with the individual learning communities. The Assistant Director supervises one Graduate Assistant and two Graduate Practicum students working with learning communities, leads learning community assessment efforts, coordinates the selection and training of learning community Resident Advisors, and administers a Learning Community Peer Mentoring program. In addition, the Assistant Director serves on the leadership team within the Office of Residence Life.
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