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Job Posting: Research Assistant in Undergraduate Admissions, Student Services

February 15, 2017
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SFU Student Services is undertaking a review of holistic, broad-based and comprehensive admission practices at other post-secondary institutions. They are looking for a Research Assistant to conduct a review of admission requirements and procedures at select universities which currently admit students using non-traditional admission methods. This research will also include a review of current, relevant literature on non-traditional admission models.

A report summarizing the research, including as much information as possible on components of the admission processes, rankings, evaluation methods and weighting schemes must be delivered at the end of the review. 

  • Minimal requirement: Current MA student at SFU
  • Duration: 2 months 
  • Hours: The incumbent is expected to work approximately 8 hours per week, although this is flexible
  • Rate: $20 per hour 

To apply, please send a resume and a brief description of your interest in this project to: 

Louise Legris
Director, Undergraduate Admissions 
louise_legris@sfu.ca 

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