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Research assistant to Professor Doumani, professor of Modern Middle East History.
Assist Professor Steinbach in Music 0550, S01, Theory of Tonal Music, review and grade homework assignments, tutor students in course as needed. NOTE: This section meets Tuesdays/Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.
T.A. for Music 1960-1961, Advanced Ghanaian Drumming. Must be responsible for the handling and care of the Ghanaian Drumming instruments, must supervise overall use of the instruments and be responsible for setting up of the orchestra. Organize and lead discussion and practice sessions, prepare telephone lists, changes in meetings, prepare publicity, organize fundraisers and final concert performances, answer related questions to problems in class, and generally maintain electronic course reserve materials.
T.A. for MUSC 0640-0641 Ghanaian Drumming. Must be responsible for the handling and care of the Ghanaian Drumming instruments, must supervise overall use of the instruments and be responsible for setting up of the orchestra. Organize and lead discussion and practice sessions, prepare telephone lists, changes in meetings, prepare publicity, organize fundraisers and final concert performances, and generally maintain electronic course reserve materials.
Teaching Assistant for MUSC 0400 class, Introduction to Music Theory, to hold two lab sessions in ear-training per week, administer quizzes and sight-singing exams, grade quizzes and homework assignments, provide extra help to students as needed, attend all of the regular classes on Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 10 a.m. to 10:50 a.m., take attendance at class meetings and sections, and keep a log of attendance and grades.
Assist Professor Nathan in Music 0550, S02, Theory of Tonal Music, review and grade homework assignments, tutor students in course as needed. NOTE: This section meets Tuesdays/Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 11:50 a.m.
The OIP Peer Advisors support the programs and services available through the Office of International Programs. They advise Brown and visiting students on study abroad opportunities, and also provide OIP staff with student input and perspective on the study abroad experience at Brown. This position requires approximately 5 hours of work per week; more hours may be necessary during peak semester periods. Some occasional night and weekend hours will be required and expected. PLEASE NOTE: Interviews for the positions will only be held in-person at the Office of International Programs at the start of the Fall 2015 semester. If your application is selected, we will contact you with information about specific interview dates and times. Please no phone calls or emails regarding the status of your application. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following: Advise Brown and visiting students on OIP study abroad opportunities, including Brown programs, approved and petition programs, summer programs, the Global Independent Study Program (GLISP), and Brown Plus One. Reach out to student groups and clubs to increase awareness of study abroad opportunities. Organize and conduct workshops and presentations for classes, dorms, and student groups. Help OIP with on-campus events, such as the annual study abroad fair, information sessions, and pre-departure orientations. Serve as panelists at various key events such as ADOCH and Family Weekend. Assist with OIP reception area and other office operations as needed (answering phones, greeting visitors, photocopying, filing, data entry and mailings, etc.) and with special projects assigned by OIP staff. Contribute to OIP social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) Manage the OIP Library, including resources for prospective and returning students.
Assist Professor Strandberg with research for TAPS 1281W.
TAPS seeks a student studio tech coordinator to assist the department events coordinator in maintaining the theatrical equipment in dance studio and theatre studio classrooms. The work involves insuring that the theatrical lighting, sound and AV equipment are in order and in good working condition. The studio coordinator will also maintain schedules for the studios and provide technical and house management support for events that take place in the TAPS department and in other locations on campus.
Oversee Becker Library during open hours. Shelve books, catalog new titles, keep library clean. Occasional work assisting with events in library, and creating and hanging posters and fliers for TAPS events throughout campus.
Participate in development and launch of site for RI Innovative Policy Lab (RIIPL), a new research organization. Develop web pages, images, and theme within a template which reflect the mission of the research and lab. Work with the lab manager to execute design that reflects the vision of the lab director. Train lab manager to manage website, content and updates to graphics. Looking for a creative, organized, efficient independent contractor to Design a Squarespace or WordPress website for a social science research lab at Brown University. We would like to utilize a parallax template to highlight the organization and showcase policy work. We are looking for an experienced designer who can begin immediately and work under a tight deadline.
S4 (Spatial Structures in the Social Sciences) seeks assistance with developing web-based mapping applications.
The English Department is looking for a student to assist the office staff during the academic year. Duties include mail distribution, xeroxing, posting, deliveries, and special projects as needed. Work schedule: Monday through Friday, approximately 1-1 1/2 hours per day, depending on workload. Hours flexible between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.
film high-quality video of various subjects in various locations in & around the CIT, edit footage, creating voice-overs, transitions, and other effects as necessary to produce 3-minute video
Assist staff with general office duties: copying, filing, assembling packets for training programs.
Two RISD profs seek a reliable, mature, a and fun-loving nanny for our charming 4 year old girl. She likes to read, do art projects, dance, play with dolls, tell stories, go to the park, go to cafés, and bake. Hours are negotiable but we would like help looking after her during weekday afternoons (especially Tues) from 2:45-5:45, perhaps later on occasion (to be arranged in advance). You would pick her up from school and walk her home, make her a snack, let her nap if she needs to, and play with her. We are looking for someone who really loves children and who will be highly engaged with our daughter. Flexibility to work occasionally in the evening and/or on weekends is a plus. Ideally, employment would last for the academic year and could be resumed next academic year.
The Multimedia Labs (MML) are currently seeking professional and energetic students interested in supporting the use of multimedia and emerging technologies in the arts and humanities. Consultants will assist students and faculty, troubleshoot basic hardware and software issues, and serve as monitors during open lab hours. The Multimedia Labs are dedicated to the creation of media and art using emerging digital tools. We provide software, equipment and support for the production of web authoring, software development, graphics, video, animation, 3D printing, fabrication, and sound.
Our organization was recently, officially recognized by President Obama in a release on the White house website. We are reducing wealth and income inequality by equipping students in under-served populations with cutting edge STEM and STEAM skills. While our organization works with people from all walks of life, we are especially focused on working with women and and people of color. Your mission, should you choose to accept it will be to prepare grant proposals, beginning by performing research and familiarizing yourself with the organization's programs, goals and financial needs. You will identify potential funding sources compose and send their proposals. In addition to your hourly rate, you will receive significant bonuses for milestones achieved.
The Music Department seeks responsible students to work as production assistant at department concerts. Duties may include, but is not limited to: •Stage management and door control •Ticket handling •Program pick-up and distribution •Fire safety management •Reception setup and breakdown •Lighting control and backstage management where appropriate Hours per week are dependent on events schedule. Responsibilities also include 2-3 mandatory training sessions (paid).
The Evening Screening Coordinator supervises MCM evening class screenings which project multiple media (DVD, internet streaming, videotape, 16mm) and which take place at various campus venues. This person may deliver media to screening sites and ensures that equipment is in working order for projectionists. The coordinator may also test screening material and equipment.