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Hours: Friday, May 23, 2014 9 am - 4 pm ************ The Campus Dance Office is looking to fill a limited number of positions for the Campus Dance Crew. The Campus Dance Crew positions are committed to work the entire shift. Primary duties include: counting and draping over 500 tables with table clothes, placing signage on each table, hanging signage at each beverage tent area, and generally assisting in the set-up of the Dance. Team leaders will be chosen and will be required to work more advance time hours and will be paid more than other Campus Dance Crew staff. All will be required to attend 1 training meeting the week of May 19-22, 2014 to be assigned into work teams. Salary - total earnings between $55.60 and $64.75. Position does include other perks - including temporary student housing (if you are currently living on campus) and complimentary lunch during shift.
This is a multi-person, multi-stage research project that can range from basic research to patient data integration. There have been a few research developments that have come up in the lab that may present an opportunity for current undergraduates here at Brown. The project analyzes genetic variation in humans with the purpose of identifying mutations that affect the processing of genes. About one in three hereditary diseases are caused by mutations that affect a step in gene processing called splicing or pre-mRNA splicing. Briefly, we ran a high-throughput splicing assay that tested about 6,000 disease mutations and found that about 700 of them affected splicing. Certain compounds may lessen or reverse these processing defects and perform as effective therapies for these hereditary disease. The 6,000 diseases were extracted from the literature and we are now interested in going back to these studies to validate the findings in patient samples. My lab is working to develop creative web based systems for disseminating the results of our analysis back to the physicians and patients who participated in hereditary disease studies over the past decade and engaging them in further research.
The Creative Arts Council is seeking program assistants to work with the CAC Director on a variety of projects for the Granoff Center and the Creative Mind Initiative.
Pick up 9 year old from local bus stop (3PM) and bring to her nearby home. Provide snack and down time activities. Supervise homework. Transport to some activities and meal preparation.
We're looking for Camp Counselors to work at our camp, located in 2,300 acres of forest, with a 75 acre lake, 10 miles of hiking trails, ponds, streams and a working farm. www.altonjonescamp.org
Career Fairs Career fairs will be held on September 17, 2014 and February 11, 2015. The event intern will assist with administrative tasks leading up to and after the events. Availability for set- up the day of and coverage during the career fairs is preferable, class schedule permitting. Duties will include corresponding with employer participants, creating name badges and table tents, tracking employer packages, and post-event data entry of students and employer representatives. Intern will help promote events by posting flyers in acceptable locations and table slipping. World-to-Work Program This program is offered in November and is designed to educate and prepare international undergraduate students in nternship/job search and readiness. The event intern will provide administrative support such as creating name badges and table tents, printing handout materials, and assisting with event set-up. Peer-to-Peer Internship and Research Fair This program facilitates student volunteers to engage with other students to share internship and research experiences. Intern will help promote event by posting flyers in acceptable locations and table slipping. In addition, the event intern may assist with the registration of volunteers and will provide administrative support such as creating name badges and table tents and assisting with event set-up. January Career Laboratory JanLAB is a three-day alumni-to-student networking and career education program. The program will be held on campus from January 15-17, 2015. The event intern will assist CareerLAB staff by tracking and providing information to alumni volunteers, assisting with the student registration process, helping with publicity, and assisting on-site throughout the program. The intern will provide administrative assistance preparing student materials, name badges, table tents, and collecting information for alumni bio booklets. Intern will help promote event by posting flyers in acceptable locations and table slipping. In addition, the intern will assist with event assessment during the weeks after the event.
CareerLAB Student Assistant OPEN TO CURRENT STUDENTS WHO WILL CONTINUE THEIR CLASSES THIS FALL. A student assistant is needed at Brown University CareerLAB during the summer months. Duties will include: Greeting visitors, answering the phone, and scheduling career advisor appointments Reviewing, researching, and updating CareerLAB website resources Data entry Other miscellaneous projects The ideal candidate will be available to work Monday-Friday, five hours each day, preferably 11:00 - 4:00 p.m. Hourly wage: $10 per hour. Start date: Monday, June 16, 2014 (earlier possible) End Date: Through the end of August
Student needed to make significant improvements to the Physics Department’s intermediate and advance instructional labs and their associated manuals. Duties will include identifying shortcomings in laboratory exercises and associated manuals then suggesting and implementing required corrections. The student will also actively participate in the creation of new laboratory exercises. There may also be some computer work required. The student will work closely with the Director of Instructional Labs.
Need experienced catering help to serve and clean up multi- course passover meal for 20 people including 7 children
This is a paid summer research intern for 10 weeks. The student will work closely with a Biostat faculty member on analyzing large biological datasets. Some programming work is expected. Co-authorships on future research papers are possible.
I need some one to help serve and clean up (dishes) on April 13th for a large family gathering for a Passover Seder. Minimum pay will be 50 dollars. Start time is 4 PM thru about 8-9:00 PM. We live in Edgewood section of Cranston...about a 10-13 minute ride from campus Call me at 401-639-2520
The Help Desk Consulting Program is looking for students who have the experience, commitment and drive to hold a position which provides first response technical support coupled with a high level of excellent customer service skills. Help Desk Consultants would work either within one of our CIS managed computing consulting common areas (SciLi, Rock, CIT) or at the Service Center in the main atrium of the CIT (115 Waterman Street). Common inquires to the student worker center around technical computer challenges where support assistance for the Brown community member is needed. We provide support in person, via chat, email and on the phone and are looking for a self-starter, highly motivated individual who wants to make a positive impact while assisting users with a wide range of support issues. Some issues will be directly related to the various software packages which are available to Brown community members from our software.brown.edu website. Experience using Mac or Windows platforms as well as various mobile device operating systems are highly desirable. The starting pay for this position is $10.25/hr. If you are interested, possess the talents that we seek in this role or have a desire to obtain the knowledge needed for specific, Brown University related support needs, AND if you would really like to make a positive impact while at Brown, please consider applying for this position here.
This 10- week internship has been funded through the generosity of an alumna supporting BrownConnect, Brown’s strategic internship and alumni networking initiative. The data intern will work on several key projects related to BrownConnect, which include a survey of student summer activities, the senior “first destination” survey, and the survey of alumni 5-10 out from Brown. At the conclusion of the internship the candidate will be asked to summarize their experience and share it with sponsor. Duties will include: · Organizing and analyzing data · Building lists of students and alumni to be surveyed · Sending surveys and following up with those who have not responded · Developing charts, tables, and other methods of data presentation · Gathering information from departments across the University on student summer plans and alumni outcomes · Exploring additional avenues for gathering alumni data, such as LinkedIn and other social media. IntIntern will be primarily located at CareerLAB, the Center for Careers and Life After Brown, with some time spent weekly in the Office of Institutional Research.