- Student Employment Opportunities
(multiple positions available)
Supervisor: Peter Costa, Marketing Sub-Committee Coordinator
- Assisting in the development and implementation of marketing and communications efforts for Lehigh After Dark
- Updating and maintaining Lehigh After Dark’s social media presence including Facebook and Twitter updates
- Developing a strategic, multi-year communications plan for outreach to various audiences, including key stakeholders
- Participating in campus-wide marketing activities including but not limited to tabling at Club Expo and information booths
- Pitching news releases and stories to The Brown and White
- Designing and distributing posters, installments and other relevant marketing materials
- Updating the Lehigh After Dark website as needed
- Planning and facilitating bi-weekly Marketing Sub-Committee meetings including agenda preparation and taking minutes
- Attending and reporting on activities at scheduled Lehigh After Dark Planning Committee meetings
- Collaborating regularly with staff on new ideas, directions and venues for marketing and communications
- Developing a cache of student volunteers for Lehigh After Dark campus-wide promotional event involvement
- Assisting with other tasks as assigned
- Ability to work well without constant direction
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Experience with Microsoft Office Suite required
- Proficiency with graphic design software highly desired
- Prior experience in marketing or communications a plus
- Ability to communicate in a professional manner with press and university contacts
- Creative and detail-oriented, dependable, ability to prioritize and meet deadlines, work as part of a team
- Enthusiasm for the mission of Lehigh After Dark
- Business, Communications, Marketing majors preferred
Compensation: $10 per hour
Starting Date: August 2013
To Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume by April 15, 2013 to Peter Costa, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews will be held in late-April 2013
- Campus-wide email from the Health and Wellness Center: Flu Preparedness
The following offices have relocated to the University Center:
- Student Activities
- Student Club Accounts
- Student Leadership Development
- Community Service
- Student Conduct Office
- Office of the First Year Experience
- Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
Assistant Director for Leadership Programs
Stefanie Burke has been hired as the new Assistant Director for Leadership Programs. In this role, she will be responsible for leadership initiatives for Fraternity and Sorority members including the GEM Mentors program, chapter and chapter officer leadership training and development, community-wide leadership retreats and initiatives, etc. She will also work closely with Christine Gravelle to meet the broader leadership needs of students across campus.
Stefanie will be joining us from the University of South Carolina where she is currently the Coordinator for Leadership Programs. She will begin at Lehigh on Monday, December 17th.
Assistant Dean of Students and Director for the Office of
Student Leadership Development and Civic Engagement:
We are looking forward to welcoming Christine Gravelle to Lehigh!
Christine will be coming from Carroll University in Waukesha,
Wisconsin. She brings over six years of experience in Leadership
Development and Civic Engagement, Student Activities, Fraternity and
Sorority Affairs, etc., and she is thrilled to be joining our Student
Affairs team. Christine will begin at Lehigh on Monday, October 22 and
her office will be located within the newly renovated Student
Involvement Complex on the ground floor of the University Center.
Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs:
It is my pleasure to announce that the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs (OFSA) has hired two new Assistant Directors to begin working with us on Monday, July 2nd. Each brings a distinctive set of skills and experiences to augment the talents already present in OFSA. Ashley Baudouin is joining us from Bowling Green State University. While at Bowling Green, Ashley served as the Graduate Assistant for Fraternity and Sorority Life, as well as a Greek House Director. Ashley has advised Panhellenic and Multicultural Greek Councils, as well as Order of Omega. Originally a Delta Gamma and Mass Communication: Journalism graduate from Louisiana State University, Ashley graduated from Bowling Green with a Master of Arts in College Student Personnel.
Rebecca Davison is joining us from the University of Maine, Orono. While at the University of Maine, Rebecca served as the Graduate Assistant in the Alcohol and Drug Education Programs Office. Rebecca has extensive experience in Bystander Intervention, Hazing Awareness Education and Alcohol and Drug Harm reduction and served as a Program Associate for the National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention. Originally an undergraduate, Chi Omega and Abnormal and Social Psychology Major at Maine, Rebecca graduated with a Masters of Education in Student Development in Higher Education.
Office of Residence Life:
The Office of Residence Life is excited to announce
that Taran Cardone will
join our team this year as the Director of Student Life Curriculum
& Residential Staff Development. In this position, Taran will be
responsible for co-creating the Student Life Curriculum within the
residence halls. She will partner with a number of offices and
constituents across campus to expand the curriculum beyond our
residential student population. Taran will also coordinate the
selection, training, and development of our Gryphon staff to
implement this curriculum.
Taran has spent the past two years as the coordinator for the Wilks Leadership Institute at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Prior to her role with the Wilks Leadership Institute, Taran completed her MS in Student Affairs, with a concentration on Student Development. One of Taran's areas of expertise is developing comprehensive curricular learning environments. Taran attended Iona College in New Rochelle, NY to earn her Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication Studies & Spanish Language and Literature.
accepts position at Moravian College
As dean of students at Moravian College, Tom will be responsible for areas including Housing & Summer Conferences, Residence Life & Greek Life, Conduct, Behavioral Intervention Team, Career Development, Student Activities, and Student Affairs efforts related to First Year Students. I am certain that his cumulative experiences at Lehigh have him poised and ready to hit it out of the park on the North Side.
Tom began working at Lehigh as Assistant Dean in June 1997. After two years in his academic support role, he assumed the role of Student Conduct Officer before eventually being promoted to Associate Dean in 2000. Prior to arriving at LU, Tom worked at Colgate University for four years.
He has been an integral part of many of the significant and positive evolutions of student life at Lehigh for the past 15 years. He played a significant role in the "Strengthening Greek Life" initiative, co-authoring the infamous 2002 "white paper" that kicked it all off. His imprint is evident in the areas of Student Conduct, Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, Residence Life, and more recently Student Activities and Facilities. In addition, he is part of our LU dean of students leadership team, which facilitated the successful Appreciative Inquiry planning process over the past two years.
The annual Student Life Leadership Awards Ceremony was held in April Click here for a list of award winners.