The Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life prepares Tufts students to become active citizens and community leaders. As the only university-wide college of its kind, its mission is to engage Tufts students in meaningful community building, public service experiences, and transformational learning. It conducts groundbreaking research on young people’s civic and political participation and forges innovative community partnerships. Tisch College is a national leader in civic education, whose model and research are setting the standard for higher education’s role in civic engagement.
What You'll Do
This is an 8 month, grant funded, limited term position starting 12/1/22.
The Research Analyst will identify and help make content development and launch strategies for the Civic Science Toolkit. They will be responsible for Creating and summaries of key civic science resources and other materials as needed to link content to the programs learning competencies. The Research Analyst will contribute to the development and facilitation of design sprints for users testing the toolkit platform. The Research Analyst will support development work to engage alums, community members and partnership development for new content and evaluation. They will also engage in landscaping research and work with a team to co-develop a civic science “Career Roadmap” carrying forward conversations started in the October 25th Civic Science Plenary. This position will report to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Tisch College.
What We're Looking For
- Doctoral or master’s degree in a relevant discipline.
- Candidates should have strong communication, facilitation, and leadership skills.
- Experience with development and implementation of a course syllabus.
- Ability to build and maintain relationships with faculty, institutional and community partners throughout the research process.