Program Coordinator

This Program Coordinator position will support program administration needs, with a primary focus on HR coordination and financial processing, including HR paperwork, onboarding/offboarding, support for staff trainings and development, and processing expense reports/invoices.

Job Summary: Provides management for an education, research &/or operations program/project, recommending goals, assessing feasibility and ongoing performance & providing day-to-day oversight of administrative & operational functions.

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Evaluation Project Coordinator

Job Summary: The Research Project Coordinator manages daily operations of a biomedical &/or social-behavioral research study involving multidisciplinary teams of colleagues, sponsors & other external project stakeholders.  Monitors study performance, analyzes & review results, & supervises development & implementation of new protocols.  Assigns work & supervises study staff & reviews technical operations ensuring that all processes, protocols & procedures are quality controlled & functioning up to standards.  Continue Reading ▶︎

Dr. Gregory Phillips II Appointed Associate Editor of the American Journal of Evaluation

Dr. Gregory Phillips II has been appointed as an associate editor of the American Journal of Evaluation.

In this role as a member of the journal’s editorial board, Dr. Phillips will help shape emerging discussions in the field of evaluation. In addition to this new leadership position, Dr. Phillips currently serves as the Program Chair of the American Evaluation Association’s Social Network Analysis Topical Interest Group as well as a member of the LGBT Topical Interest Group. Continue Reading ▶︎

Call for Applications: ISGMH Graduate Fellow Research Award 2019

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2019 Graduate Fellow Research Award. ISGMH established this award in 2017 to provide opportunities for high-level research and training for the next generation of SGM scholars. This award recognizes and supports the research of Northwestern graduate students in any discipline working on SGM health and wellbeing. Continue Reading ▶︎

Dr. Michelle Birkett Named a Faculty Associate of the Northwestern Institute for Policy Research

Dr. Michelle Birkett was recently named a faculty associate of the Northwestern Institute for Policy Research (IPR). IPR is dedicated to supporting excellent social science research on pressing public policy matters. As an IPR faculty associate, Dr. Birkett joins a community of interdisciplinary scholars conducting policy-relevant research in a variety of fields. Continue Reading ▶︎

Drs. Francesca Gaiba and Kathryn Macapagal Awarded Daniel I. Linzer Grant for Innovation in Diversity and Equity

We are proud to announce that several ISGMH faculty and affiliate faculty members were selected for Daniel I. Linzer Grants and Awards. The Linzer grants are sponsored by the Office of the Provost and fund innovative and novel faculty projects that will foster diversity and inclusion efforts at Northwestern University. Continue Reading ▶︎

Ce-PIM Participating in NIDA’s Summer Research Internship Program (Apply by 2/11)

The Center for Prevention Implementation Methodology for Drug Abuse and HIV (Ce-PIM) is participating as a site for the 2019 NIDA Summer Internship Program. This program introduces undergraduate students to the field of drug abuse and addiction research through paid internship placements across the country. The internship program is open to all undergraduate applicants, but places priority on recruiting students who are part of groups that are underrepresented in the biomedical, behavioral, and clinical sciences. Continue Reading ▶︎

Network Canvas Participating in NIDA’s Summer Research Internship Program (Apply by 2/11)

Network Canvas is one of the research projects participating in the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)’s Summer Research Internship Program. This program introduces undergraduate students to the field of drug abuse and addiction research through paid internship placements across the country. The internship program is open to all undergraduate applicants, but places priority on recruiting students who are part of groups that are underrepresented in the biomedical, behavioral, and clinical sciences. Continue Reading ▶︎

The Centers for Disease Control classifies Keep It Up! as a best evidence intervention for HIV risk reduction

Media Contact:
Zaina Awad
(312) 503-5554
zaina.awad@northwestern.edu

CHICAGO — Keep It Up! 2.0, a novel online HIV prevention program developed by Northwestern’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing, has been designated by the HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Synthesis (PRS) project at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as showing the best evidence of efficacy. Continue Reading ▶︎