Fellowship Description Reporting to Christine Murphy, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs in the Graduate School on behalf of the PRD sponsorship team, the PRD UAF will have the opportunity to participate in the administrative and oversight of Princeton Research Day. The fellow would lead efforts on two projects over the course of the academic year that are outlined briefly below. The fellow will serve on the PRD leadership team. In the fall, the UAF is expected to work with the leadership team on data analysis and strategic program initiatives. The UAF will develop promotional messaging to encourage program participation. In the spring, the UAF will collaborate with the sponsor team to oversee the PRD submissions, including preparing information about the submission process, reports on submission data, and planning the logistical details for live presentations. The UAF will take the lead on organizing the submissions collected through MyPrincetonU and will make sure the materials are available in MediaCentral in advance of Princeton Research Day. Qualifications Strong project management and problem solving skills Excellent communications skills Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team Ability to think critically and creatively Your Host Princeton Research Day Princeton Research Day (PRD) is a celebratory event for undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and other early career scholars to present their work to the campus community and beyond. Held annually, the event’s program includes research from all four divisions and features scholarship, research and creative works. Presenters communicate the broader impacts of their work to a general audience. The Mainstage event highlights selected presentations and brings together in-person and virtual attendees to celebrate research achievements. PRD is a collaborative initiative between the Offices of the Dean of the College (ODOC), the Dean of the Graduate School (GS), and the Dean for Research (DFR), with additional support from the Office of the Provost and the Dean of the Faculty (DOF). UAF Mentor Christine Fecenko Murphy Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, The Graduate School University Administrative Fellowship Mentor Christine Murphy is the assistant dean for academic affairs in the Graduate School. In this role, she works closely with the natural science and engineering graduate departments to articulate and enforce graduate school academic policy, to advise and support graduate students, and to resolve academic and enrollment issues. Christine holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and transitioned to academic administration following her postdoctoral work at Duke University. Apply Here Apply for this University Administrative Fellowship! Current & Former PRD Fellows Andrew Finn, GS, ENG University Administrative Fellow GradFUTURES Forum Speaker Clio Hall Award Recipient I am the current Vice President of the Graduate Student Government, a University Administrative Fellow, and an English Department PhD Candidate who specializes in medieval English literature.