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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.
I have two family owned businesses and need someone to help maintain and service the sites. Some tasks include uploading new images to the sites, fixing code, or changing design features. I am looking for someone with experience in web development. Hours will vary from week to week and are flexible.
Hours: Friday, May 22, 2015 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 18-21, 2015 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.
Review Pre-College Applications for our summer programs. Help with front desk coverage. Assist with downloading documents to help in processing student applications.
Prepare materials for instrument makers; do simple machining using shop equipment and hand tools; clean and paint machinery; assemble new equipment; perform daily maintenance and lubrication of machinery; be responsible for the organization and cleanliness of the main shop and student areas; on line ordering and receiving of materials and equipment.
Seeking individual who has taken Physics 40 for weekly tutoring sessions
Job Description: The Alumni Relations Office Events Team is looking to hire students for various positions for Reunion Weekend, May 22-24, 2015 from Bell Hop, Concierge, and Registration Staff responsible for greeting returning alumni to campus as well as Class Staff liaisons and Event and Headquarters Staff who provide assistance and support to the Alumni Relations Department and alumni throughout the weekend. Below is a brief description of each position. For a more detailed job description please go to http://dev-alumni.advancement.brown.edu/news_events/reunions/student-employment.html. CLASS STAFF - Serve as a liaison between alumni classes and student supervisor(s) at events. EVENT STAFF - Assist in set-up tasks and breakdown of event logistics at various events on campus throughout weekend. CONCIERGE STAFF - Greet and assist alumni, answer phones and assist with Alumni Division Procession logistics. REGISTRATION STAFF - Greet alumni at registration site and hand out registration packets in addition to providing event support throughout the weekend. HEADQUARTERS STAFF - Troubleshoot, as needed, act as a messenger/and or runner for Alumni Relations Staff and events. BELL HOP - Assist alumni with their luggage once they arrive on-campus and provide event support throughout the weekend. BROWN BEAR - Entertain Brown Alumni and their children throughout the weekend dressed as Bruno..
Maintain inventory and track audio-visual equipment used for student projects and events in the Granoff Center for Creative Arts. Provide audio-visual and other technical and logistic support for classes and events in the Granoff Center.
The student installer will be responsible for assisting professors, students and artists with installations in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. Installation duties include but are not limited to hanging paintings and other printed works, mounting works along the corridors and assisting with the installation of professional exhibitions. The hours are dependent on the projects and on an as-needed basis.
Research assistant needed to provide computer programming assistance for a text-based digital humanities project.
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.
You will be tutoring high school aged students in SAT or ACT strategies. Guidelines will be provided. Payment will be provided prior to tutoring sessions by PayPal or check.
Seeking individual who has taken (and scored well in) BIOL0280 for a few tutoring sessions per week.
Duties/Responsibilities: The primary duties of this position scanning,and proofing of student application and registration information for Pre-College and Undergrad/Grad Programs; copying forms, processing mail, running errands, mailings, and various ongoing office projects
Professor Eric Shed is looking for a RA for the following -identify primary and secondary sources on the Library of Congress website relating to a variety of themes and time periods for professional development participants -work with PD participants to modify and focus their resource-gathering methods and search criteria; -support any other resource and lesson-planning needs of workshop participants; -assist project director in finding, analyzing, and modifying Library of Congress resources to fit lesson planning and workshop needs.
Officiate Intramural Indoor Soccer games and enforce all league rules & policies. Assist with league set up & break down. Report all injuries, vandalism, equipment needs or any problems. Develop a good rapport and strong communication between yourself and intramural participants.
Dr. Matthew Kraft, Department of Education, is seeking a part-time research assistant to collaborate with him on one or more of several ongoing research projects. Prof. Kraft’s research interests include the economics of education, education policy analysis, and applied quantitative methods for causal inference. His primary work focuses on policies to improve educator and organizational effectiveness in K-12 urban public schools. Application Instructions: Interested applicants should send 1) a brief cover letter, 2) a resume, 3) a writing sample of any length, and 4) an example Stata do file to email@example.com. The cover letter should include an explanation of the candidate’s interest in the position as well as a summary of his/her relevant qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The position is open to undergraduates and graduate students.
To further assist students, the Dean of the College Office will be offering limited academic support in the form of group tutoring for Physics 0040 and 0060 courses at the Science Center. We are currently looking for undergraduate sophomores and juniors in the following disciplines only, who thoroughly know the introductory and intermediate courses in their concentration and feel comfortable answering a wide range of questions, likely without having time to prepare ahead of time. DISCIPLINES NEEDED: PHYS 0040 and PHYS 0060 Group Tutors will be responsible for facilitating two hour study sessions of a small group of 6-8 students in a specific course. Group tutors are ex