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The primary role of the Native American Series Programmer involves coordinating and programming the Native American Series. The programmer(s) must work closely with Native Americans at Brown (NAB), and all other student organizations relating to Native students on campus to facilitate communication and schedule events. The programmer(s) should also: reach out to non-Native student organizations seeking collaborative programming and co-sponsorship. attend a monthly Spring and Fall Training attend mandatory monthly meetings with all BCSC staff planning of the series a semester in advance to ensure timely programming. creation of a planning binder to help with future event planning. programming at least one faculty engagement event. programmers will also need to recruit and work closely with a steering committee to ensure that the opinion of the greater Native American community on campus is considered. Programmers will need to access funds through UFB and launch fundraising efforts involving student organizations, departments and center. organizing and overseeing all projects under the supervision of the BCSC Assistant Director and Program Associate. providing support to the BCSC in the student recruitment process assist BCSC staff and other programmers in the work of the Center. Traditionally, the Native American Programmer has also worked closely with the staff of the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America and the Haffenreffer Museum.
The primary role of the Multiracial Identity Series programmer(s) involves coordinating and programming Multiracial Heritage Series. In order to facilitate communication and to effectively schedule events, the programmer(s) must work closely with the Brown Organization of Multiracial and Biracial Students (BOMBS) and all other student organizations and heritage series relating to multiracial students and issues on campus.
The primary role of the Latino Heritage Series programmer involves coordinating and programming Latino Heritage Series events, focusing on Latino /Latino American, Puerto Rican, and Chicano Identity. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer(s) must work closely with the Latin American Student Organization (LASO), El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlán (MEChA), and all other student organizations relating to Latino students on campus and the Latino community at large.
The primary role of the Asian/Asian American Heritage Series programmer involves coordinating and programming The Asian/ Asian American Heritage Series, with a focus on Asian/ Asian American, South Asian and Southeast Asian Identity. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer(s) must work closely with the Asian American Student Association (AASA), South Asian Students Association (SASA), and all other student organizations relating to Asian/Asian American students on campus.
The primary role of the Black Heritage Series Programmer(s) involves coordinating and programming the Black Heritage Series throughout the academic year.The focus of the series is on African/African American, Caribbean, and Cape Verdean programming. In order to facilitate communication and schedule events effectively, the programmer must work closely with the Black Student Union (BSU), Students Of Caribbean Ancestry (SOCA) and all other student organizations relating to Black students on campus and the Black community at large. Additional duties of the Black Heritage Series Programmers include: attending mandatory Spring and Fall trainings attending mandatory monthly meetings with all BCSC staff. reaching out to non-Black student organizations to inquire about the possibility of collaboration in event planning. planning of the series a semester in advance to ensure timely programming. creation of a planning binder to help with future event planning. At least one event must be a faculty engagement event. accessing funds through UFB and launching fundraising efforts involving student organizations, departments, and centers. organizing and overseeing the execution of projects (including any necessary clerical work) under the supervision of the BCSC Assistant Director and Program Associate. assisting BCSC staff and other programmers in the work of the Center. documenting all transactions, emails and other correspondence for future reference.
The TechTA program is a collaboration of the Dean of the College and CIS' Academic Technology. The TechTA program funds undergraduate teaching assistants to work with faculty exploring the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning. Students will assist the instructor with the use of new classroom technology (e.g., interactive annotation smartboards, automated lecture capture, and video conferencing) or other technology tools for a specific course in which they are currently (or previously) enrolled. Skills with these tools are not required as students will be trained as needed by staff from CIS’ Academic Technology division.
I am relocating to Providence along with my two medium sized dogs. I am looking for someone with their own transportation to take my dogs out for a walk and to a park for some playtime at around 1:00 each weekday afternoon.
Student and Employee Accessibility Services is responsible for handling a wide variety of supports for students with documented disabilities.The role of the Graduate Student Assistant includes working closely with the SEAS Administrative and Professional Staff to ensure the smooth operation of these supports.
Read course materials for a student. The student is currently taking BIOL 1880 (Comparative Biology of the Vertebrates) and CLPS 1700 (Abnormal Psychology). We are looking preferably for an applicant who is familiar with both of these classes. MUST BE COMMITTED AND RELIABLE.
These jobs are for undergraduates or Master Degree candidates in the dept. of physics to do grading in the physics courses
Help with general office work such as copying, answering the phone, scanning, getting the mail and some special projects.
Collaborate with a team of coordinators to plan events that are pertinent to the academic and social goals of women in science, pair incoming and continuing students in the sciences, and facilitate the assimilation of new students into the Brown community. Developing a network with science, math and engineering departments, both internal and external to Brown, to encourage student involvement and input. Other duties as needed.
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 Climate and Development Lab (CDL) is looking for a full-time student research assistant from June 1 to August 7 over summer 2015. The research project aims to kick-start a global effort to monitor and evaluate climate change adaptation planning and financing. The research position will be based primarily at the CDL at Brown, but has global implications for the future of climate change adaptation financing in least developed countries.