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Seeking mature student to babysit for two young boys (ages 5 and 7). Need mostly daytime help, hours are flexible. Duties include reading books, playing outside, walks in the neighborhood, and preparing and cleaning-up snacks. Ideally, sitter would be also be available for occasional evening work and weekend nights throughout the upcoming school year.
Seeking responsible and fun individual to care for two boys, ages 6 and 10, three afternoons per week. Hours are M-W-F 3:45-7 p.m. Duties include picking up children from camp, bringing them home, supervising play and preparing light snack and some dinner prep.
Project is to work on the Silicon detector R&D project for upgraded CMS detector. Task includes measurements of characteristics of the siicon detectors which will be acquired via the CERN group on CMA. The analysis of the signal characterisitics will be carried out using LabView and ROOT analysis tools.
Seeking a grad Student to help me edit a novel i am writting. The novel is now 40,000 words and I have intentions that it will be 70,000 words or better. i am willing to pay by the word, with one stipulation that I would like a sample of 5,000 words.
This position is for a substitute guard/greeter at the Museum's public space in Manning Hall. In this position, you will be the liaison with the Museum’s public audiences and the campus community. You will maintain a physical presence in the gallery to ensure the security and protection of the collection on exhibit. You will be put on a list of substitutes from which our permanent guard can call on an as-needed basis. If you are not available for the time needed, then he will call someone else on the list. In that way, the position is pretty flexible. Please note that this position is on an as-needed basis and a way to make extra money and get involved with the Museum. There is no guarantee of the number of hours you will work.
Seeking Brown Student to help an elderly couple with chores around the house, yardwork, and errands around Providence. Flexible hours.
Help needed for IR Program diploma ceremony on Commencement Sunday. Duties may include: labeling chairs for graduates, breaking down extra chairs, moving and setting up chairs on stage, cleaning up grounds before ceremony, coordination and oversight of food delivery and set-up, carrying diplomas and supplies to the ceremony, assisting families and handing out programs. NOTE - housing is not provided by the IR Program.
This position provides an opportunity to work on a project funded by the National Institutes of Health to study if and how certain medications affect alcohol use in adolescents and young adults. Responsibilities include data collection, data entry, participant recruitment, in-person interviews, and running participants through laboratory-based assessments. Responsibilities also include library work. Training will be provided in all study procedures as well as in the ethical and responsible conduct of research. The individual must be able to work independently.
The student will perform experiments and analysis on the trapping of DNA polymers in nanofluidic devices.
My husband needs help creating a blog with Wordpress.
The Water Polo Instructor will introduce participants to the essentials of the sport. The rules of the game as well as the basic skills necessary to play will need be taught. Will need to give special attention to individual skills like swimming, ball handling, offense/defense, egg-beater tread, passing and shooting. Will also teach group skills including sportsmanship and team tactics.
The position involves work with the data taken by the CMS Experiment at the CERN Laboratory's Large Hadron Collider. The activity consists of the study of data, with regard to selecting specific characteristics and developing computing tools in an effort to recognize new particles, which might be created in the collisions. The student will work with Prof Cutts, and with Juliette Alimena, who is involved in her PhD research. This work is focused on a search for massive long-lived particles that are created in proton-proton collisions in the center of the CMS detector and that subsequently decay to muons. These particles would be selected by the new trigger system Juliette employed at CMS for the 2012 Run. The student’s work will be supportive of this research.
The student will work on the statistical analysis of gamma-ray signals from globular clusters in the Fermi data stream.
The intern will help scientists of the Laboratory on Nanoscale Physics and Devices in research and development in the area of spintronics (electron-spin-based electronics), sensors, electrical and magnetic measurement instruments, and high vacuum thin-film deposition techniques. Technical training will be provided to the intern. It is expected that the intern will contribute to the completion of assignments in research, design, system integration, theoretical modeling, data acquisition and analysis, and technical documentation. Responsibilities: ? Assists scientists in the development of new or improved equipment, methods, processes, and techniques in areas of sensors/devices, magnetic materials, and high vacuum systems used for making thin-film materials. ? Assembles electrical circuits and instruments under the guidance of lab scientists. ? Designs and fabricates mechanical parts and components. ? Performs measurement and test on sensors/devices and electrical systems. ? Builds theoretical models and simulation/operation software for research. ? Prepares technical documentation and reports. ? Performs other duties as required or assigned.
Need a smart, resourceful and organized person to help with various projects for chronically disorganized working mom.
The Howard R. Swearer Center encourages community participation, activism, and civic responsibility as central parts of a Brown education. It supports public involvement through community work, by helping students connect service and learning, by encouraging university/community partnerships, and by building opportunities for the development of leadership skills among participants. Responsibilities General • Develop understanding of the Center’s mission, values, programs and structure • Serve as point-person for Center’s reception area/resource library • Warmly greet and engage students, staff, faculty and community members who visit Center Office Support • Answer telephone, take messages, run campus errands • Data entry and database management • Complete projects assigned by full-time staff; may include writing and preparing newsletters, event planning, or other projects • Meet regularly with assigned staff supervisor Advising • Act as an informed resource for all students regarding Center resources, programs, events and activities • Counsel and support students interested in Center activities during regular shift and designated office hours • Guide students in accessing Center resources Outreach • Represent Center at campus events • Prepare and participate in presentations about the Center • Meet with other campus organizations to discuss to coordinate, share information, and explore opportunity for collaborations • Proactively identify events where Center should be represented
The successful applicant will be responsible for data collection (longevity in "fruit flies") and basic lab upkeep (washing dishes and fly vials, maintaining clean lab space, etc.) Looking for a very independent individual with great attention to detail and flexibility in schedule.
Great, reliable, fun summer babysitter needed for 4 and 6 yr olds. Camp pick up at 3 pm and then relaxing at home, playground, pool etc. love reading, playing and art projects. Would prefer sitter with car. General hours 3-6. Other hours some weeks if you are available with different camp times.
The Laboratory for Cognitive & Perceptual Learning seeks a short-term, part-time student Research Assistant (RA) to assist with the NIH-funded research projects on perceptual learning. The responsibilities include management of study payments and participant records, maintenance of study supplies, assistance to the Principal Investigators, and liaison between the project team and various offices. A candidate must be able to commit to 6-10 hours in the laboratory weekly, which must include at least one day during Monday - Wednesday and one day during Thursday - Friday. The schedule is negotiable pending workload. This is a temporary position until the open full-time RA position is filled.