King-Morgridge Scholars Program seeks program coordinator

Chancellor Rebecca Blank recently announced the launch of the King-Morgridge Scholars Program. Designed to enable students from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, and South Asia to study global poverty and international development at UW-Madison, the program will begin in Fall of 2017 with a cohort of six students.

The International Division is seeking applicants for program coordinator for the new scholarship program. Applicants must have at least five years of experience working in academic or student services and experience living or working with populations from target regions. Applications are due by February 15; see the job posting for more details.