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Officiate Intramural Indoor Soccer games and enforce all league rules & policies. Assist with league set up & break down. Report all injuries, vandalism, equipment needs or any problems. Develop a good rapport and strong communication between yourself and intramural participants.
Dr. Matthew Kraft, Department of Education, is seeking a part-time research assistant to collaborate with him on one or more of several ongoing research projects. Prof. Kraft’s research interests include the economics of education, education policy analysis, and applied quantitative methods for causal inference. His primary work focuses on policies to improve educator and organizational effectiveness in K-12 urban public schools.
Application Instructions: Interested applicants should send 1) a brief cover letter, 2) a resume, 3) a writing sample of any length, and 4) an example Stata do file to email@example.com. The cover letter should include an explanation of the candidate’s interest in the position as well as a summary of his/her relevant qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The position is open to undergraduates and graduate students.
To further assist students, the Dean of the College Office will be offering limited academic support in the form of group tutoring for Physics 0040 and 0060 courses at the Science Center. We are currently looking for undergraduate sophomores and juniors in the following disciplines only, who thoroughly know the introductory and intermediate courses in their concentration and feel comfortable answering a wide range of questions, likely without having time to prepare ahead of time.
DISCIPLINES NEEDED: PHYS 0040 and PHYS 0060
Group Tutors will be responsible for facilitating two hour study sessions of a small group of 6-8 students in a specific course. Group tutors are expected to meet with their group weekly to review important or difficult topics covered in that week, engage students in understanding course objectives, and model the thinking processes needed in the course.
There is also a need to have tutors ready to assist students on an individual basis, so this job is looking for student flexibility.
Please note that we keep information on file, and will only contact you if your area of expertise is needed and you are granted an interview.
Professor John Papay seeks a research assistant to help with data analysis for a research project.
Brown Student Agencies (BSA) is looking for 2-3 talented and enthusiastic students to lead its summer operations in 2015. BSA is unique from other student groups on campus. We are an entirely student run organization under the SAO department, and we provide a variety of different products and services to the Brown community.
During the summer, the managers will be responsible for overseeing all BSA summer programs and ensuring that they run smoothly. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: distribution of linens and microfridges, managing the student laundry program, administering the distribution of fan rentals and sales, and holding office hours. Additional responsibilities may come up throughout the summer and will be designated by the Executive Director of BSA. The managers will work together to accomplish the tasks, and the hours are flexible. However, all managers will need to be present on Sundays during Summer@Brown check-ins.
Finally, the managers are responsible for delivering weekly reports to the Executive Director and meeting weekly with BSA’s advisor, Timothy Shiner.
Rooming will NOT be provided by BSA.
The manager position is qualified to receive bonus at the Directors' discretion for good work. There will also be an opportunity to become a full-time employee of BSA depending on performance.
Please apply by April 1st, 2015 to be considered.
An IT Service Center Student Manager may include some/all of the following tasks:
Providing leadership and management of the IT Service desk from 5pm to midnight
Assist with scheduling students at the IT Service Center, IT clinics and Computer Labs
Responsible for training IT Service Center Student Assistants
Communicating news , updates to IT Service Center Technical Assistant
Organizing and scheduling staffing for special IT clinics
Assisting with administrative duties
AV equipment consultant/ rental sign-out and check in/monitoring inventory
Managers are expected to be able to deal with difficult situations as they arise
Overseeing the quality of service being provided at the Service Center, IT clinics and clusters
Seeking private tutor in figure drawing and character design. Primarily looking to learn about depth, volume, construction, proportion, motion and expression.
Seeking a tutor that can give me an in-depth introduction to Autodesk Maya and Computer Animation concepts. $50.00 an hour.
Researchers at Tufts University will be collecting data on food waste in the Providence Public School District’s Breakfast in the Classroom School Breakfast Program. The goal of the project is to measure the amount of fluid milk that is wasted daily and quantify its nutrition, economic, and environmental impacts. Research assistants will assist with data collection in an elementary school classroom setting during a Breakfast in the Classroom School Breakfast Program. This will include completing an observational checklist during the breakfast program, collecting children’s milk cartons at the conclusion of the breakfast period, and weighing and recording fluid milk waste. Data collection will take place on weekday mornings, approximately 8:30-10:30 am over the course of 4-6 weeks spanning March through May 2015. Data will be collected on three mornings each week.
Professor Caroline Karp is seeking a student to work with her and Lynn Carlson to design and develop apps for both iOS and Android mobile devices that interface with GIS databases. A preliminary app is currently being used as a crowd sourced platform to gather observations on gelatinous zooplankton (jellyfish) in Narragansett Bay, but needs additional functionality requiring custom coding. The ultimate goal is for the apps to eventually be incorporated into a regional marine monitoring program.
The Taubman Center for Public Policy seeks research assistants to learn about the political and policy process through hands-on research and policy work to pass a RI Carbon Pricing bill in the state legislature. Interns will work with Professor Timmons Roberts, public policy concentrator Solomon Goldstein-Rose, and consultants hired by Brown University, and will work closely with state agencies, legislators, community organizations, businesses, and/or stakeholders and citizens.
There will be 5 interns, each with a specific job area:
1. Communications, website creation and maintenance, creating materials (ex: infographics, fact sheets), research.
2. Coordinating with environmental, community, and political groups, engaging businesses (ex: presenting to organizations, meeting with business leaders, coordinating actions by grassroots groups or business leaders).
3. Planning and running events, meetings, etc; press (ex: setting up forums, public listening sessions; arranging letters to editor, media attention).
4. Legislative tracking, research, outreach, coordination, and policy conversations (ex: meeting with legislators; researching key influences on legislators to reach out to; researching detailed policy ideas).
5. Volunteer coordinator and administration (ex: planning canvassing, getting constituents to call legislators; trainings, intro calls for volunteers).
Any of these responsibilities may be shared by two interns if appropriate. Interns will be deployed where needed at critical points in the process, and hours needed will fluctuate substantially.
Interested students apply at http://carbonfee.org/RI/interns
The Creative Arts Council seeks experienced students to work in the Granoff Center recording studio. Students would be booked on an as-needed basis to run recording sessions for students/student groups.
Science Center Assistants have a combination of reception and programming functions. They greet and direct Center visitors, coordinate room reservations, and maintain a clean, organized space. While providing general administrative support to the Center, assistants perform event planning and other duties. There is a one month probationary period for this position. The Assistant in this position will: -lead the exhibit team through the 2015-2016 AY to coordinate current and upcoming exhibit and associated items. -provide guidance to other team members while maintaining and delegating tasks to other members. Help make the Science Center a visually appealing space.
The assistant in the position will lead a team of 6 students (2 lead teachers and 4 assistants) to produce a 6-week workshop series held for 2 hours every Sunday evening at the Science Center. Provide logistical and administrative support to the team using Science Center resources. Reports progress and success of the workshop series to the Science Center Coordinator. Provide reception support to the Science Center during non-workshop hours;
We need to hire undergraduates in physics who will work as facilitators for the group workshop activities that are part of Physics 40. The Physics 30 students (up to 24 in each section) work together in groups of 3-4, discussing and solving physics problems related to the Physics 40 course material. Each group sits around a small table and interacts closely amongst themselves. They are also guided by a graduate student teaching assistant, who, however, is not able to work with more than one table at a time. To maintain the good momentum and focus on physics that develops as these groups work, we need an additional facilitator to be present, to help answer questions and provide hints and direction.
Professor Mona Abo-Zena is seeking a Teaching Assistant for Adolescent Psychology, EDUC1270 course. The position would work closely with the professor to help organize and maintain administrative and course materials.
Assistant with TAPS annual Rhythm of Change Festival.
Native Japanese speaker is sought as tutor for a professor who is studying elementary Japanese; the tutor will ideally work provide 3 to 4 hrs per week of assistance for the remainder of the term.
These jobs are for undergraduates or Master Degree candidates in the dept. of physics to do grading in the physics courses
Seeking a girls JV lacrosse coach, grades 9-11. 5 days/week 3:30-5:30. Game days vary according to schedule. Duties include organizing/running practices and supervising/coaching games.
Seeking a boys middle school lacrosse coach, grades 6-7. 3 days a week on either Tuesday's (3:15-4:30), Wednesday's (2:15-3:30), Thursdays (3:15-4:30) or Friday's (3:15-4:30). Game days vary according to schedule. Duties include organizing/running practices and supervising/coaching games.