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This position requires excellent written and oral communication as well as effective skills dealing with diverse students, program staff, University administrators, and program instructors.
A doctoral degree in education or a science discipline is required. Provide leadership, vision, and financial management for programs designed to address workforce needs in bioscience industries.
Direct the operations of Regulatory Science Programs and serve as the primary liaison with the College of Extended Studies, the Graduate Division, other University entities and the community at large. Drive strategic planning and implementation processes, including marketing and communications strategies, change management initiatives, and continuous improvement efforts.
Advise, guide, and mentor prospective and current students re: Oversee collection, analysis, and recording of assessment data; ensure that results are used to inform strategic planning and continuous improvement efforts.
Recruit and maintain a pool of top-level teaching faculty; work with Instructors and other stakeholders to develop new courses and programs to meet industry needs. Train and supervise center staff.
Conduct weekly operations meetings and one-on-one meetings with team members as needed. Organize and chair annual Advisory Board meetings; insure that results are used to inform strategic planning and continuous improvement efforts.
Supervise student work related to independent study courses. Oversees risk management processes for the College of Sciences, consulting with staff and faculty to minimize risk for students in off-campus settings and internships.
Is experienced in working with diverse students and faculty who participate in the program. Review of applications will begin on April 5, and continue until the position is filled. It is anticipated that this position will begin during the Spring semester of A letter of application that describes their qualifications and background A curriculum vita A description of advising experience Names and contact information for three professional references Send a single PDF file to Ms.
Contact Associate Dean Cathie Atkins with any questions: SDSU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status.
This program is housed in the College of Sciences and provides training required for certification of professionals in regulatory processes for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.
The courses also meet the continuing education needs of those with a degree in the chemical or biological sciences or engineering who are already employed in these industries.
A primary objective is for students to establish a foundation of basic knowledge and a practical understanding of regulatory issues needed to effectively address the real world challenges encountered during the development, manufacture and commercialization of FDA regulated therapeutic and medical device products.
Regulatory Affairs currently has three employees and varying number of instructors responsible for delivering extended education courses.
The Director has the primary responsibility for providing vision, leadership, and financial management of programs designed to address the workforce development needs of the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.
The Director will be responsible for the design and execution of programs and activities that enhance the visibility and outreach of the Regulatory Affairs program, developing new graduate level courses for the program, identifying instructors who will deliver the extended education courses, as well as developing and implementing a budget based upon the revenues generated from Extended Studies.
Along with the faculty in the program, the Director is expected to provide student thesis or final project advising. There are also opportunities to teach courses within the program if desired. The Director is responsible for all Regulatory Affairs programs, including development of new opportunities for collaborative offerings.
The Director will provide direction and leadership for the expansion of current programs and the development of new programs and courses that address the workforce development needs of the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.Request for Services from the UGA Regulatory Affairs Department- In an effort to help MS students plan and complete thesis or final projects, students may utilize some of the services within the UGA Regulatory Affairs Office.
Students in SDSU's Master of Science, and Advanced Certificate in Regulatory Affairs programs build foundational knowledge on laws, regulations, and good manufacturing processes mandated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) .
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Thesis Planning Meeting. see Graduate Affairs for Thesis Manual. Thesis Formatting. Get information about the Program in Regulatory Affairs at the San Diego State University in San Diego, CA at Peterson's. Get information about the Program in Regulatory Affairs at the San Diego State University in San Diego, CA at Peterson's.
Master's Degrees Thesis Required; Doctoral Degrees Not reported;. Neighbor Post SDSU Offers WASC-Accredited Regulatory Affairs Programs Since , Regulatory Science Programs at San Diego State University have provided online education and training.