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The George Washington University's name is just one more reminder of the regard the nation holds for its first president. Chartered by the US Congress in 1821 as The Columbian College in the District of Columbia, the university adopted its present name in 1904. The private, coeducational university's more than 25,000 students are scattered across its primary campus at Foggy Bottom as well as its campuses in Mount Vernon and Ashburn, Virginia. The school's student-teacher ratio is about 15:1. Its academic programs run the gamut from business to law to medicine. Notable alumni include former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, actor Alec Baldwin, and former US Secretary of State Colin Powell.
USC has played a major role in the development of Southern California for more than a century, and plays an increasingly important role in the development of the nation and the world. We expect to continue to play these roles for many centuries to come. We’re looking for exceptional individuals to help us fulfill our mission: Developing individuals and society as a whole through the cultivation and enrichment of the human mind and spirit. Our team is comprised of some of the very best people in our industries, with diverse backgrounds and experiences, who come together to provide the best products and best service for all Trojans. Our Unifying Values: At USC our six unifying values support our University’s mission, and guide our behaviors, the way we engage with ourselves and our community, to create our Trojan culture. Our Values Are: • Integrity • Excellence • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion • Well-being • Open Communication • Accountability Members of the USC community are an integral part of our culture journey. Changing our culture is about: • Enhancing institutional trust • Supporting open communication and respect • Reinforcing ethical decision-making • Fostering positive and diverse cultural perspectives • Anchoring our behaviors in foundational guidelines that support our mission Visit https://culturejourney.usc.edu/ for more information!
Join a world-class educational and research institution, located in one of America's best places to live and work. The University of Wisconsin–Madison has been a catalyst for the extraordinary since its founding in 1848. As a public land-grant university and prolific research institution, our guiding principle is the Wisconsin Idea, a long-standing commitment to conducting outreach that contributes to a better future for our state, our nation, and the world. In a survey of working Americans conducted by Forbes, UW−Madison ranked among the top 100 America’s Best Large Employers in 2022. Our location in Madison, Wisconsin, is consistently rated one of the best places to live in the United States. A variety of independent rankings place Madison among the best U.S. cities for livability, work-life balance, fitness, opportunities for women, best places to raise children, and other measures. We were also named one of the Best Universities for Commuters in 2021. More than 24,000 faculty and staff work at our schools, colleges, and administrative units. Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation at UW–Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respect the profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinions enrich the university community. We commit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linked goals. For complete details on employment opportunities, visit jobs.wisc.edu. Working at UW Eligible UW–Madison employees receive benefits such as generous vacation, holidays, and paid time off; competitive insurance and savings accounts; and retirement benefits, including participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System pension fund. We also offer the advantages that come with being part of a vibrant campus community. Employees will find professional connections, enrichment opportunities, and personal and professional resources, including the following. -A wide range of transportation options to help you commute to, travel around, and park on campus -Conveniently located campus dining facilities, with options ranging from the fast and casual to fine dining -Technology support and training -Networking events and learning communities -Resources to support well-being, including outdoor and indoor recreation, natural areas, and mental and physical health services -Enrichment opportunities, including arts and entertainment venues, museums, and more -Child care facilities and support for family caregiving -Volunteer and service opportunities -Big Ten sports events -Professional development classes, workshops, and conferences
Tufts University wants to light up the minds of New England scholars. The school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in areas such as education, engineering, psychology, art, English, music, and medicine. The university enrolls some 10,000 students and has 1,200 faculty members, and it offers classes at three campuses in Massachusetts (Boston, Medford/Somerville, and Grafton). It also has an international campus in Talloires, France. Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy is the oldest continuous international relations graduate program in the country. The school is also home to New England's only Veterinary School.
Most of us bleed red, but students and alumni of this university bleed auburn. One of the largest schools in the South, Auburn University has an enrollment of roughly 24,600 students and offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in more than 140 different fields of study through about a dozen colleges and schools. Auburn University's student-teacher ratio is 18:1. It has a branch campus in Montgomery, Alabama. Auburn University was founded by the Alabama Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College. It became a state institution in 1872 and adopted its current name in 1960.
Utah State University (USU) has more than 40 academic departments at colleges of agriculture, business, education and human services, engineering, science, natural resources, and arts, humanities, and social sciences. It offers more than 170 bachelor's degree programs, about 90 graduate, and nearly 40 doctoral degree programs. Biology, elementary education, mechanical and aerospace engineering, and business administration are among the university's most popular majors. More than 23,000 students attend its main campus in northern Utah, its three branch campuses, or extension facilities in all 29 counties in the state. USU was established in 1888 as an agricultural college.
Long Island University (LIU) has three residential campuses in New York (Brooklyn, the C.W. Post Campus in Brookville, and Southampton). The school also operates regional campuses in Westchester and Rockland counties and Brentwood, as well as several special degree programs (including one at West Point). Other programs include SEAmester (classes on tall ships) and Friends World (with five overseas centers). LIU has an enrollment of more than 25,000 students and about 700 full-time faculty members. LIU offers 590 degree programs and certificates. The school traces its roots to 1886 when the Brooklyn College of Pharmacy was founded. The first of LIU's residential campuses, The Brooklyn Campus, began in 1926.
Named one of the Top 3 community colleges in the nation by the prestigious Aspen Institute College Excellence Program in 2017 and one of the Top Ten Finalists for the 2019 prize, Broward College offers affordable, accessible education. Its diverse community boasts more than 63,000 students and over 5,000 faculty and staff, represents 150 countries and provides a wealth of cultural, ethnic, and experiential backgrounds. The College is located in beautiful Broward County, with campuses and centers just minutes from some of South Florida’s best beaches, vibrant arts culture, exciting events and one-of-a-kind restaurants. As one of the 30 community colleges selected to implement and serve as a best practices model for the Guided Pathways Model, Broward College has organized its 145 programs in eight career pathways which include specialized certificates, two- and four-year degrees, non-degree training, workforce readiness, and an extensive list of continuing education curricula. Broward College is part of The Florida College System (FCS), a network of twenty-eight institutions.