Job: Senior Program Coordinator, UT’s Army Futures Command Liaison Office

A new position, Senior Program Coordinator, has been created within UT’s Army Futures Command Liaison office, which is a new OVPR unit that is responsible for designing, developing and supporting processes, communications and reporting for Army funded projects across campus. This position will report to UT’s AFC Director, Seth Wilk, to support the successful development, communication, and management of all office functions. 

This is an exciting opportunity to build from the ground up helping define the materials and practices of a new office. Duties will include compiling university capabilities, helping manage both existing and potential sponsored research projects, planning symposiums, workshops and meetings, and developing public external facing media such as websites and press releases. Previous research administration experience is preferred! View the full job posting and apply here:

Army Futures Command Sr. Program Coordinator

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Call for Content: Internet Column, SEEIR

The journal of Slavic & East European Information Resources is to seeking content for our next issue focused on the Internet.

The theme of the Internet is, of course, vast and so the column can feature essays that address any aspect of digitization, digital material, digital applications or the Internet related to Slavic and East European studies. For instance, past column pieces have analyzed the Czech Republic’s OA journal market, surveyed websites that support research of Lithuanian culture, politics, and history, proposed a typology of Russian digital libraries, and discussed efforts to web archive LGBTQ resources throughout the region.

SEEIR has generally served the information sciences community most directly, but I’m convinced that the topic of the internet also invites the perspectives of researchers and instructors. How is the internet important to literary culture in the SEE region? How does it impact politics? How are politics impacting the internet? What new online content is supporting your research in ways that more traditional resources cannot? How are you bringing online content into the classroom? Tips for navigating the RuNet to greatest effect?

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