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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