Located in the heart of New Yorks Greenwich Village, The New School is a progressive, global university that educates leaders for the creative economy in a range of disciplines from design management to the performing arts, to the humanities and social sciences. Students at The New School enjoy a disciplined education supported by small class size, transdisciplinary opportunities, superior resources, and renowned faculty actively engaged in civic life.
The Provosts Office is the central academic administrative office responsible for providing University oversight and guidance related to the academic mission, programming, policy, resource allocation and fiscal management.
The part-time Coordinator for Curricular Affairs supports the larger goals of the Curriculum and Learning team in the Provosts Office, which include the establishment and execution of processes and protocols for development and review of credit-bearing undergraduate and graduate curricula; and working in concert with the colleges on aspects of: development, registration, implementation, and oversight of academic programming at the university.
This part-time position reports to the Assistant Provost for Curriculum Development and works with other members of the Curriculum and Learning team.
Support academic program development and registration processes by shepherding documentation in a timely fashion and while involving multiple stakeholders. This includes:
Coordinating documents and deliverables related to academic program development and review, as well as pertaining to the registration of new programs and programmatic changes with the New York State Education Department (NYSED).
Communicating curriculum development timelines and facilitating processes to members of college deans offices; program leadership within colleges; and administrative offices
Organizing and, as needed, editing documents related to academic program development, namely template forms;
Drafting applications for NYSED registration of new programs and program changes;
Conducting follow-up as necessary with administrative offices, colleges and programs.
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