We hope your summer is going well.
UW McNair/Early Identification Program is looking to hire one Graduate Student Advisor (GSA).
Application procedure is very simple: we are asking for an updated curriculum vitae and a cover letter of interest to uwmcnair from the potential graduate student applicants.
Specifically we are looking for a physical, life, or social science (if in humanities very very strong writing and editing skills plus strong desire to learn database skills) graduate students with solid quantitative, logistical, technical, teaching, and advising skills with quick response time and accuracy when supervisors’ decisions are told to be put in motion (with courtesy and respect).
If you know of any graduate students who might be a great fit for our Programs, please refer them to the following links:
For the record, EIP (Early Identification Program)/McNair students are first generation, low-income, and/or traditionally underrepresented students involved in year round undergraduate research with UW faculty mentors. The purpose of both Programs are to enhance the probability of our students getting admitted & funded to various graduate/Ph.D programs and ultimately have many more leaders via graduate education.
Gene Kim, Ph.D.
Associate Director, McNair & Early Identification Program, OMAD
Mary Gates Hall 173 H
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2803