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Need 1 to 2 teaching assistants for the course ENVS-0510, Problems in International Environmental Policy. The Teaching Assistant's (T.A.'s) primary responsibilities include: 1. help to update and maintain the Canvas website; 2. assist in evaluation of student performance on written and group exercises; 3. conduct library and/or web-based research, as necessary; 4. hold office hours for one (1) hour per week; and 5. help to coordinate class activities such as mediating the mock treaty negotiation and holding exam reviews.
A professor in the Africana Studies department is seeking a creative and enthusiastic undergraduate student who has knowledge of Brazil specifically, and Latin America more broadly, to work independently on a faculty-sponsored research project. This position will require approximately 10 hours per week based on individual schedules. As a Research Assistant, student will be required to compile bibliographic materials and summarize most pertinent scholarship related to the research. The student will be required to communicate regularly via email about research findings.
Seek assistant to help owner of growing tutoring business which focuses on getting students into their top choice colleges. Hours are flexible. Supportive work environment. Duties include mailing, errands, typing, preparing test prep packages to be mailed to students. Occasional small editing and research projects.
Seeking an experienced baby sitter who enjoys children to care for 2 children- 2.5 yr boy and 7 year old girl. Kids need to be picked from school and brought home ( 0.5 mile)- they will need to be fed and be encouraged to play or complete homework, till one of the parents is home. Timings: 2:30 to 5:30. Almost all days of the week, but will have occasional wednesdays off abt twice a month.
Seeking energetic, upbeat person to help with childcare for a 7-year-old boy while his Mom is in nursing school. Duties include: playing games, trips to playground, picking him up from daycare and school 1or 2 days a week, doing homework with him, etc.
Teaching Assistant for Environmental Economics and Policy. Preparation of course materials, assistance in grading, lead weekly sections and hold office hours
Political Science Professor searching for undergraduate assistant to help with various projects, both administrative and research. Research tasks focus on Latin American and include locating relevant data sources and data entry, and possibly bibliographic research. Administrative tasks include entering reserves into OCRA and standardizing syllabi. Student must be a self-starter, have excellent writing skills, and be able to work well independently. Ideal candidate will have an interest in political science and/or Latin American studies. Advanced knowledge of Spanish and/or Portuguese is required. Student must be available to work at least 30 hours between now and August 10th. Working remotely is fine; student need not be on campus during this time. There may be opportunities for more work during the academic year. Online applications will not be accepted for this position. If you are interested in the position, please send an e-mail to email@example.com with “Political Science RA” as the subject heading. Your e-mail should include the following information: (1) Your name and class year (2) Your e-mail address (3) Your banner ID (4) Your concentration (or likely concentration) (5) Past experience as a research assistant (6) Relevant language skills (7) Time availability for the remainder of the summer (8) Include an updated CV or resume
Student needed to pack and possibly move boxes for professor(s). NOTE: Applications must be submitted online. Do not send email requests. Thank you.
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The CIS Instructional Technology Group is hiring one student to work as a Digital Graphic Designer to assist in the creation of digital material for courses as well as for CIS projects. Work is needed during the Fall and Spring semesters with a possibility of working during Winter and Summer breaks. Fall and Spring