Craig CrosslandMonday, 18 July 2022
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Programs
Starting in January 2022, the new format for the University of Notre Dame's Executive MBA-Chicago (EMBA-C) extends the length of its program to two years with monthly residencies Thursday through Saturday.
The Mendoza TA & RA Marketplace is a platform designed to match faculty and staff with Mendoza graduate students who seek opportunities for work as TAs, RAs and/or student employees. This concept originated from faculty and staff who expressed frustration in easily identifying high-quality students in our graduate programs for these positions, especially one-year programs. The hope is that this platform will allow our graduate students to engage with faculty and staff in new, meaningful ways and also make the search and hiring processes much easier for all involved.
At the start of each academic year, as well as throughout the academic year, the Box folders accessible via this link will be populated with résumés of students in the MBA, MSM, MNA, MSA, residential MSBA and residential MSF programs who are interested in TA and RA work. Faculty and staff should browse résumés at their convenience, and, when a good match occurs, proceed with the normal hiring process.
The Mendoza TA & RA Marketplace will be available on the Mendoza Exchange website all academic year. Check the link frequently, as new résumés may be added throughout the year. Of course, folders also will be updated with current résumés at the start of each new academic year.
Associate Dean for Specialized Master's Programs
Citation analysis is being monitored more in the academic profession as a measure of impact. By creating a Google Scholar Profile (leave it public, which is the default) you can increase the accessibility of your research and have immediate access to h-statistics and other impact metrics.
Did you know there are shortcuts to log in to your ND Gmail and other Google services? If you visit google.nd.edu you are taken directly to Google Drive, or to the login page if you are not already logged in. You can also skip logging in to insideND or visiting gmail.com by going directly to gmail.nd.edu for Gmail. You can also go directly to Google Calendar by visiting gcalendar.nd.edu.
If you enable Waiting Room in your Zoom settings, you can manage when new attendees are able to join a meeting from the list of Participants. When these tools are enabled, the option to allow attendees to join the meeting before the host arrives is automatically disabled.
In Windows, you can drag a window to the left or right edge of your screen to make it fill one half of the screen, or drag to the top of the screen to maximize the window. View two windows side by side quickly and easily. You can also press the Windows key + left or right arrow to make the active window fill the left or right side of the screen.
Sometimes you have a bunch of applications running, and you want it all to go away so you can get to the desktop. Simply pressing Windows key + D will minimize everything you have up, which will save you some time pressing the minimize button for each window. To bring everything back, press the Windows key + D again to restore your windows.
As the College adapts and innovates in the face of change, your voice matters more than ever, and the ND Voice Engagement Committee wants to help you use it. Each week we will highlight a resource to inspire you, challenge you, and help you speak up and/or listen up more effectively.