Eagleton Faculty, Staff and Visiting Associates
B.A. degree in sociology and secondary education, Rowan University; M.P.A. degree in public administration, Rutgers University; graduate certificate in student affairs and higher-education administration, University of California-Berkeley
Sarah Kozak directs the Eagleton Undergraduate Associates program. She also manages the Eagleton Graduate Fellowship program with Eagleton Associate Director John Weingart. Both interdisciplinary core education programs are open to students from Rutgers-New Brunswick, Newark and Camden campus locations. Kozak serves as academic liaison for the Institute to departments, units, and university administration. She oversees Institute-wide academic communications internally and across the university, and manages course scheduling, support, classroom allocations, distribution of special permission numbers, establishment of new courses, grade and syllabi submissions, guest speakers, and promotional needs of Eagleton courses. She also facilitates teaching, Visiting and Faculty Associate appointments, and assists with faculty promotion and tenure processes.
As director of alumni relations, Sarah Kozak creates and implements engagement and development strategies for more than 2,100 Eagleton alumni in collaboration with Eagleton Director and Director of Development. She facilitates the Eagleton Alumni Committee, as well as related events and communications, including alumni career panels for Rutgers students and all Eagleton alumni.
Prior to joining Eagleton, Kozak was assistant to the dean of outreach and extension programs at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences/Rutgers Cooperative Extension and coordinated a National Institutes of Health training grant for the Center for Molecular Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. She also worked for Computer Sciences Corporation on a U.S. Department of Defense contract for the U.S. Army Communication-Electronics Command.