Job Summary
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)  Program Coordinator for Undergraduate and Graduate Research will support/facilitate research activities within the College.  The individual will develop and teach courses and workshops, provide research opportunities, support graduate professional development and develop materials/programs to support undergraduate and graduate training programs.  Participation in evening/weekend events as needed.

Special Instructions to Applicants
For full consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume, list of three references and transcripts by November 19, 2019.  However, applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled.  Transcripts are required and can be scanned and attached or mailed or faxed to:  Program Manager, Student Research Search, College of Arts and Sciences, 202 Life Sciences East, Stillwater, OK  74078, Fax: 405-744-3285.

Minimum Qualifications
- Master's Degree
- Developnig and teaching undergraduate courses. mentoring undergraduates and working
  with graduate students

Preferred Qualifications
- Ph.D,  Ed.D in Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences or Sciences
- Academic Advising, program develop and implementation




 

Camp War Eagle will be at Oklahoma State University October 7th-11th.  Camp War Eagle is a Christian sports adventure camp for children and teens ages 6-17 in Northwest Arkansas.  Our primary mission is to serve kids with socially, economically and culturally diverse backgrounds in our area, with a special focus on kids from underserved backgrounds.  We are located on Beaver Lake in Rogers, AR, about 3.5 hours from Stllwater.  We are looking for college students who love God, love kids and teens, love the outdoors and desire to make a difference in the lives of others!

It is a PAID summer job in which you will gain leadership experience and life skills that will carry over into whatever career you are pursuing.

PAID summer internships are available to certain majors that affiliate with our diverse camp program.  These especially apply to majors dealing with children, teenagers, social services, ministry, recreation, nature/ecology, video production, animal care and sports.

To set up an on-campus interview, apply, or get more information and videos, go to www.cwestaff.com.

Come see us IN PERSON on-campus at our recruiting table:

     OSU Summer Camp Fair Outside Union Plaza: Monday 11 am - 2 pm
     Outside Union Near Chi O Clock and Classroom Building:  Tuesday-Thursday 9 am to 1:30 pm*
     Inside Union 2nd Floor by Union Theatre:  Friday 8:30 am - 1 pm

*If there is inclement weather Tues-Thurs, we will be at the Colvin Center

Feel free to email or call Hannah Walsh at Hannah.walsh@campwareagle.org or 918-899-8131 with any questions.

SEK Media is looking for a News Director/Reporter who wants to join our KGGF AM/FM - KUSN - KQQF team.  Must have excellent verbal and writing skills, and computer literate in Microsoft Office to search out, write and deliver news and features on air, digital and mobile technologies.  Position prefers Farm and Ranch knowledge but not required.  Sports play-by-play is a plus.  Valid Driver's License required.  Pick up an application at 306 W. 8th St., Coffeyville, KS  67337 or download an application:  www.KGGFradio.com and email to jobs@kggfradio.com

Madison Cunningham
2019 Rising Star
B.S. Multimedia Journalism 2016; B.A. Theatre 2016

Maddy Cunningham is a proud OSU alumna and a member of the McKnight Scholars Leadership Program.  She graduated in 2016 with a degree in multimedia journalism and theatre.  Following graduation, Cunningham moved to New York City and began working at the ABC News headquarters with the Emmy-award-winning 20/20 team.  Since joining the team, Cunningham has helped to produce over 100 hours of network television and aided in the exhaustive task of rebranding 20/20's staple one-hour crime show into a two-hour documentary-style narrative.

Over the last three years, Cunningham has had the opportunity to cover some of the world's most talked about events.  From the 2016 presidential election to the Thailand cave rescue during the summer of 2018, Cunningham has spent many late nights working with some of the nation's most respected journalists to aid in factual and accurate reporting across broadcast and digital platforms.

In addition to breaking-news programming, Cunningham has also been a part of producing many two-hour archival documentaries spanning a wide variety of subjects.  Most notably, she has helped cover American serial killer Ted Bundy, infamous figure skater Tonya Harding and the tumultuous Watergate political scandal.

Cunningham continues to pursue interesting and inspiring narratives about the human condition and is passionate about captivating an audience with a story.