The Assistant Director for Academic Programming and Faculty Liaison in Princeton University’s Office of Alumni Affairs has a primary role in planning and implementing academic enrichment content and programming for Princeton alumni both on campus and across the globe, with the goal of connecting Princeton alumni to the academic richness of Princeton today. This position also acts as the primary liaison to the faculty on behalf of the office, building a strong knowledge base about the academic content available at Princeton, and putting a priority on forming strong relationships with Princeton faculty and the academic departments and centers at Princeton.
Primary responsibilities consist of contacting alumni, University administrators and faculty across the academic disciplines to: present at regional events as part of the University Speakers Bureau; speak at academic mini-reunions for classes; lecture or participate on panels at Alumni Day, Homecoming, Game Day Lecture Series and Reunions; participate in on-campus conferences, symposia, volunteer leadership gatherings and meetings as well as regional multi-day conferences and programs.
Responsible for coordinating the alumni, faculty and administrator participation, from determining the topic or content to be delivered to handling the logistics and communications pertaining to the participant or program.
Partner with regional affairs, class affairs, Reunions, affiliated groups and graduate alumni teams within the Office of Alumni Affairs to ensure rich academic content in all of the programming offered to alumni.
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