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Postdoctoral Associate- Wheelock Educational Policy Center, Boston University

The Wheelock Educational Policy Center (WEPC) housed within the Boston University WheelockCollege of Education & Human Development, seeks a postdoctoral associate for a two-year fellowship(one-year renewable) to support its research activities. The postdoctoral associate will participate in collaborative research activities with affiliated faculty, including Joshua Goodman and Marcus Winters.


The Director of Business Operations will oversee all business and finance matters for CORE's government and non-government contracts and grants. The Director of Business Operations leads all aspects of CORE's contract and finance operations including contracts, financial planning, development of annual budgets, forecasting of revenue and expenses, development of government cost/pricing proposals, financial reporting, risk assessment and ensures compliance with regulatory and legal requirements (FAR/USGAAP regulations and contract cost accounting). This person will work directly with CORE leadership providing insightful business and financial analysis that drives CORE's short and long-term business strategic plans. The Director of Business Operations is conversant with technology, assesses cost accounting software needs and uses technology to optimize all reporting and analytical functions. In addition, the Director of Business Operations will manage the business operations staff and serve as the key business and financial liaison to internal (Yale New Haven Health System) and external stakeholders (government contracting officers, sponsor business offices and other agencies).


The Wheelock Educational Policy Center (WEPC) housed within the Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development, seeks a postdoctoral associate for a two-year fellowship (one-year renewable) to support its research activities. The postdoctoral associate will participate in collaborative research activities with affiliated faculty, including Joshua Goodman and Marcus Winters. They will also be allocated at least one day per week to continue independent research. We seek candidates with substantive interest in developing and applying quantitative research skills in order to study issues and policies relevant to US Pk-12 and/or post-secondary education.


The Education Policy Innovation Collaborative (EPIC) at Michigan State University (MSU) invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate who is skilled in quantitative research methods and has an expertise and exhibited interest in education policy. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will need to have completed their doctoral studies or be on track to defend their dissertation.


The mission of the NAEP doctoral student internship program is to advance and encourage secondary analysis and methodological developments using data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). During the 10-week internship program, interns will work directly with researchers from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and American Institutes for Research (AIR) on research in one of four topic areas: Psychometrics & Statistical Methods, Process Data, Policy-Relevant Research, and Re-envisioning Quantitative Information (Data Visualization). 


Performs specialized Post Doctoral work in the planning, conducting and/or supervision of original research. Responsible for participating in a research project associated with PhD studies and the interpretation of the results of publication. Work is performed under supervision of graduate faculty members with evaluation based on accomplishment of assigned objectives and overall effectiveness of project. May supervise research and student assistants.

The Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania invites nominations and applications for a tenure-line faculty position (open rank) in higher education.

The successful candidate will have an earned doctorate and an outstanding record of research productivity and teaching expertise in one or more of the following areas: national, state, or local policy (either domestic or international), higher education governance, organizations and leadership. Other areas of research will also be considered based on their unique theoretical and/or methodological contributions.  Of particular interest is a scholar whose research speaks to the public purposes of higher education and the role of colleges and universities in fostering a strong and diverse democracy. We expect the successful candidate to provide intellectual leadership, through teaching in our traditional and executive format programs, advising, and research, and contributing to division and cross-divisional programs. 


Postdoctoral Training Program in Quantitative Methods for Education Policy Research - Education Policy Postdoctoral Research Fellow 2021 – 2023 

Summary
The Education Policy Initiative seeks candidates interested in deepening their knowledge of rigorous, appliedquantitative education policy research for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship.


The Strategic Data Project (SDP) is an initiative of the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University. The SDP Fellowship program helps school system leaders use data and evidence in strategic decision-making to improve public education. By placing Fellows in school systems and education organizations across the United States, SDP provides a unique entry point for passionate quantitative researchers and data strategists who want to make a difference.  

SDP Fellows are placed in full-time roles at host agencies including school districts, charter management organizations, state education departments, foundations, and education nonprofits. As a Fellow, you and your host agency will develop clear priorities and plans for using data and build organizational willingness to use data for decision-making. Fellows are paid a salary of $75k-90k plus appropriate benefits by their placement agency. The Fellowship lasts two years (fall 2021-summer 2023) with the possibility for longer-term employment. 


The University of Texas at Austin, College of Education is seeking a faculty member in the area of Postsecondary Access & Success at the Associate or Full Professor level. This unique collegewide faculty search is designed to attract a scholar who will add to the college’s strong academic and research programs in postsecondary access & student success with a strong equity lens across diverse populations.