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Baccalaureate and Commencement Usher duties include, but are not limited to, ushering guests on the main green, passing out programs, staffing the Commencement Welcome Desk, giving directions and placing signs. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Please note, students hired will be required to attend a training session. Housing in the residential halls will be provided if requested.
Graduate School Commencement Usher duties include, but are not restricted to, ushering on the Lincoln Field, passing out programs, and serving as assistants to the Graduate School staff during the Graduate School Commencement Rehearsal and Ceremony. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Please note, students hired will be required to attend a training session at a time at the end of May TBD. Housing for Commencement week will be provided at the department's expense upon request.
MANAGE THE SOLAR HEATED GREENHOUSE - Ensure the Aquaponics System is clean and in working order; keep the fish healthy and their numbers manageable; care for seedlings to be planted in the garden; look after seasonal plants; clean and organize space on a regular basis; monitor inventory ------- MANAGE COMMUNITY GARDEN – Maintain UEL Plots by annual plantings and diligent weeding; keep tools well maintained; handle plot requests; sustainable pest control; work with garden board to make sure members (approx. 20) adhere to garden policies; supervise compost system; have winter storage organized; occasionally provide garden tours; oversee care of communal areas and coordinator's plot; organize pot-luck dinners.
The SDWC Graphic Designer will be responsible for creating posters, table slips, and other publicity materials for SDWC events and programs throughout the academic year. In addition, the Graphic Designer will design the layout for the Women's History Month Calendar (March) and Sexual Assault Awareness Month Calendar (April). This position communicates regularly with SDWC program coordinators to obtain information for upcoming events so that posters, etc. are designed in a timely fashion. This position may also be required to staff at the front desk 2 hours a week (during which the Graphic Designer is expected to work on SDWC design projects) and attend a weekly staff meeting. This position mostly works 2 hours per week, with more hours during peak event times.
Using software to capture life cycle data on the performance of building products and insert that in data sheets for use in our product evaluation software.
Seeking a mature individual who can take care of 6 yr-old girl and 9 yr-old boy. During summer take them to pool club, various summer camps, supervise them individual study at home. We are also looking for a person who can take care of them before and after school starting September. May want to stay with them through night when both parents are on call at night. Time schedule depends on parents' schedule, but typically 6:30-9:00am or 12pm and sometimes 3:00-8pm.
Seeking person, preferably with some training in the building trades (carpentry, painting, construction), though this is not absolutely necessary), to tackle some standard upkeep but perhaps also more involved (painting, drywalling, etc.) projects on my building this summer. Possible opportunity to work in exchange for room for all or part of the summer.
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