Call for Campus Liaisons

Looking for an opportunity to become more involved with AERA’s Division G? Consider joining the growing Campus Liaisons group!

Campus Liaisons: (1) promote AERA Division G events, activities, and offerings, (2) support graduate students, (3) recruit new members, and (4) have the opportunity to meet other liaisons at various universities throughout the nation.

The Work Entailed

We believe fulfilling the purpose of the liaison role should entail flexibility; however, we have created some simple requirements that will ensure a certain level of involvement:

  • Each academic year, no later than December 15th, the campus liaisons from each institution will submit a brief written description of (1) the programmatic activities (e.g., events, dissemination plans, created resources) they have planned for the year; (2) an updated list of currently serving liaisons; and (3) a group photo of all the liaisons in your institution to be posted on the Div G web page.
  • Have at least one liaison from your institution attend the Division G Liaison reception at the AERA annual convention.
  • Email “What’s happening across campuses!” events to Marcus at least quarterly. This can be an upcoming event or an event recently completed, so that we can share your efforts with liaisons on other campuses.

Length of Service

Each campus can have anywhere from 1-4 Division G campus liaisons. The length of time each person can serve in this role is limited only to the liaison’s status as a graduate student. We highly recommend creating a team with liaisons at different points in their program in order to build sustainability.

We are currently recruiting new campus liaisons to help fulfill this mission. If you are interested in building campus and cross-campus networks, please email Amanda Sugimoto (ats@email.arizona.edu) and explain why you would like to serve as a campus liaison by Saturday, November 1, 2014.

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