The Office of Graduate Education

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Editor I (Graduate Reader)

The Editor I will be responsible for the review and approval of the dissertations of all doctoral candidates and all master’s students who are required to write a thesis.

Successful candidates will possess the ability to identify corrections needed to comply with the Office of Graduate Education’s guidelines and provide ongoing communication with students through the completion of the dissertation/thesis approval process. Must be able to work independently and with a team and meet strict deadlines.

Other job duties include assisting with updating the formatting and submission guides, assisting with proposing submission deadline dates each semester, assisting with presenting formatting workshops, researching, planning, programming, advising, and instructing to support graduate students’ writing goals and to promote their proficiency in the style and genre conventions of academic writing and other duties as assigned. The Editor I will also provide one-to-one consultations to address graduate students’ individual writing concerns, develop and deliver original programming to address significant aspects of academic writing in group settings, collect attendance data, and develop assessment tools to evaluate programming.

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Learning Specialist III

The Learning Specialist III is responsible for educating, programming, advising, and promoting the writing goals of UT Dallas graduate students. The Learning Specialist III provides students with structured, personalized writing instruction that reflects and integrates current writing theory and practice for a wide range of academic writing projects. The candidate holds one-to-one consultations to address graduate students’ individual writing concerns, develops and delivers original programming to address significant aspects of academic writing in group settings, collects attendance data, and develops assessment tools to evaluate programming. The Learning Specialist III will also work with doctoral and master’s students in their final semester, checking their dissertations and theses for formatting and helping them to ensure that their dissertations and theses are of the highest quality possible.

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