Opportunities at Annenberg

Reporting to the Director of the Annenberg Institute, the Director of Research and Evaluation will be responsible for leading empirical research and evaluation at the Accelerator, and developing, coordinating, and implementing a common research agenda and dissemination plan for the field of high-impact tutoring, positioning the Accelerator as a leading expert in research on high-impact tutoring, leading the development of the Accelerator’s strategic research goals, empirical evaluations, and objectives related to pilot sites and ensuring practical research findings and analyses inform the Accelerator’s tools and technical assistance and are widely disseminated to the field.

The Institute Coordinator will provide administrative support across the Annenberg Institute, supporting the Institute’s programming and operations. This position provides day-to-day administrative, logistical, and project support, in alignment with Brown policies, for a growing organization; and is an integral part of our Operations Team.

The Grant & Finance Specialist provides day-to-day operational support for Annenberg Institute. Provides comprehensive pre and post award support, and financial service support, independently prepare and review sponsored award proposals using knowledge of University and sponsor rules and regulations using InfoEd, COEUS award management systems, Grants.Gov, Workspace, eRA Commons, Fastlane and other sponsor submission tools. Manages a portfolio of sponsored research funding by reviewing, interpreting, and ensuring compliance with award terms and conditions.

The Annenberg Institute is seeking a postdoctoral research associate for a two-year fellowship (one-year renewable) to join a diverse community of scholars committed to educational equity and improvement. The post-doctoral associate will participate in collaborative research activities with our affiliated faculty, including Jesse Bruhn, Margot Jackson, Matthew Kraft, Susanna Loeb, Lindsay Page, John Papay and others, on issues related to US PK-16 education policy. We seek fellows with interests in developing and applying their skills in rigorous education policy analysis.