| Intercultural Programming, Workshops, and Dialogue: Develop collaborative programs that explore identity, with an emphasis on race/ethnicity/culture, address current events as they impact our multicultural communities, and recognize intersectionality. Programs may include Heritage Series (large-scale speakers), Emerging Minds Project (sustained intergroup dialogue), graduate/professional student of color spaces, a leadership development series for cultural student organizations, and new opportunities that align with departmental priorities. Develop curriculum and facilitate workshops/trainings about building inclusive communities, identity development, and other topics related to social justice. Facilitate dialogues on complex issues related to campus climate and current events on a national scale. Cultivate strategic partnerships across campus, serve as a liaison to various University departments, and review collaboration requests. Develop learning outcomes for program participants and evaluate impact as appropriate. Track expenses.Marketing, Communications, and Assessment: Provide broad oversight for marketing and communications, including managing visual identity and assisting with drafting/editing/compiling language and photos to tell our story (i.e. Office of the Provost, Campus and Student Life, and other University websites). Offer guidance to staff who are designing marketing materials, develop new and improved ways of highlighting OMSA programs and resources, and explore digital tools to facilitate identity exploration and understanding. Develop tools to assess student learning and evaluate the overall effectiveness of programs and services. Prepare reports for key stakeholders and community members.Advising and Advocacy: Meet with individual students and student organization leaders who would like to brainstorm ideas, ask questions, or raise concerns ? and outreach to students to help OMSA maintain strong relationships across the University. Engage students in conversation about various topics, including identity development and exploration, navigating UChicago as a member of one or more marginalized identity groups, and approaches to change as it relates to systemic racism and oppression. Maintain knowledge of campus and community programs and resources, and work with the Director to refer students as appropriate.Supervision: Supervise two (2) full-time Program Coordinators and indirectly supervise part-time student staff members who help develop programming, facilitate workshops, manage marketing and communications, and build relationships with students and student organizations. |
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