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CREATE seeks to employ a full-time (100%) researcher to work closely with CREATE’s Director, Associate Director, and Co-Director of Research and Evaluation to shape, frame, and conduct the Research and Evaluation plans for CREATE as a whole, and more specifically for the CREATE STEM Success Initiative. 

The Academic Coordinator will consult on, design, oversee, and/or conduct research and evaluation projects relating to education, with a focus on K-20 STEM education.

A Ph.D. or Ed.D. is required for this position preferably with a degree in education, psychology, sociology, or related social science fields. We seek an equity-focused colleague with expertise in mixed methods, who is willing to support others in evaluation projects as well as research. Apply here. 

 

We partner to design opportunities to learn.

We're an energetic education research and partnership center addressing one of the major challenges facing California and San Diego: getting our diverse community of young people prepared for, admitted to, and succeeding in college and careers.

CREATE houses an innovative team of researchers, youth mentors, and professional development experts working with the region’s teachers.

We envision the San Diego region as a network of K-20 partners working together to support young people’s growth.

 

Our Programs

Teacher Professional Development

CREATE offers extensive professional development opportunities for practicing teachers.

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Student College and Career Preparation

CREATE supports campus and community partners in student-centered programming.

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Research and Evaluation

CREATE helps partners design and execute research projects and evaluation studies focused on equity in education.

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CREATE-supported UC San Diego K-12 Outreach

CREATE works with campus colleagues and graduate/undergraduate students to leverage their work and energy to engage local K-12 students in opportunities to learn. Some outreach programs also support local community college students or local teachers.

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