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Anthropology professor seeks a Brown undergraduate student to assist with several ethnographic research projects this summer. The student must be able to work full-time for 8 weeks. Tasks will include: transcription and coding of recorded interviews, literature reviews, copy-editing, grant application preparation, and assistance in developing new projects.
Middle East Studies seeks Brown students to provide administrative, as well as events- and communications-related support for its program. Responsibilities include: 1) clerical tasks, such as filing, mailings, and maintaining Contact lists 2) support during MES events, such as setting up/breaking down, registration at conferences, etc. 3) communications tasks such as Brown Events Calendar, Morning Mail, e-newsletters, and (Wordpress) website update 4) other tasks as needed
Duties/Responsibilities: The primary duties of this position is proofing student documents and correspondence via email on incomplete documents for our Pre-College Programs. Other responsibilities include copying forms, running errands, mailings, and various ongoing office projects
Part-time administrative position which provides assistance to the department manager. Tasks include greeting building visitors, answering phones, scanning projects, entering website updates, running campus errands, creating event posters, updating Excel and Word documents, managing poster bulletin boards, etc. Assist faculty, students and visitors to Judaic Studies and refer inquiries appropriately. Office located at 163 George Street (at corner of Brook St.).
Provide in-home and community based support to children and their families with behavioral and emotional disorders.
$15/hour - Flexible time commitment. We teach public school students and under-served young adults in Providence how to code. We have created the nations first series of Jr. coding bootcamps and Jr. Hackathons. Work as few as two hours a week and as many as six.
The applicant would hopefully have prior sales experience and would possess strong organizational and customer service skills. Prior sales experience is great, but not necessarily a requirement.
The position calls for someone who can come in for 5-6 hours twice a week to oversee the preparation of Drosophila melanogaster food ( fruit fly) and no it does not include your cooking bananas. Looking for a very independent individual with great attention to detail and flexibility in schedule . Looking to fill the position from May 1 - August 31st, with the possibility of extension in the Fall. Training will start in April
Need 1 to 2 teaching assistants for the course ENVS-0510, Problems in International Environmental Policy. The Teaching Assistant's (T.A.'s) primary responsibilities include: 1. Help to update and maintain the Canvas website; 2. Assist in advising students on assigned works; 3. Assist in evaluation of student performance on assignments; 4. Conduct library and/or web-based research, as necessary, to support Canvas discussion list; 5. Hold office hours for one (1) hour per week or every other week; 6. Help to coordinate class activities such as mediating the mock treaty negotiation and holding exam reviews.
Assist instructor with Canvas
The Brown Dining Services is unlike any other college food service. Student’s staff cook, cater, cashier, supervise and manage the different eateries and dining halls on Campus. To be able to accomplish this enormous tasks we have shifts starting as early as 6:00 AM to 2:30 AM everyday. There are all kinds of different tasks available tailored to your interest. From working in the Brown Bakeshop to make our campus’s baked goods, late night Pizza Making in Andrews Commons and even hiring and staffing in the office. BuDS guarantees to be an incredible community and the prospect of working in Supervisory and Management positions. That isn’t all, you can get shift meals! Our currently available shifts are listed at: http://goo.gl/mwpt9d
Help needed for IR Program diploma ceremony on Commencement Sunday. Duties may include: labeling chairs for graduates, breaking down extra chairs, moving and setting up chairs on stage, cleaning up grounds before ceremony, coordination and oversight of food delivery and set-up, carrying diplomas and supplies to the ceremony, assisting families and handing out programs. NOTE - housing is NOT provided by the IR Program.
Residential Life is hiring students to work in our office for Commencement/Reunion Housing. Responsibilities include overseeing check-in and check-out process for guests, greeting alumni and parents, as well as distributing, collecting, and cataloging room keys. Other office assistance may be required as well.
Run and instruct Astronomy Labs
Working directly with Brown's Social Media Specialist, this position will help the Office of Communications create, distribute and analyze digital content for Brown’s umbrella social media accounts. The umbrella social media accounts include the official Brown University Snapchat, Twitter, Spotify, Instagram, Vine, Tumblr and Pinterest accounts. The major responsibility for this position includes creating original content using smartphone apps and reporting all available insights, metrics and analytics to help refine content strategy to reach short and longterm goals. It will also involve brainstorming content ideas to be promoted exclusively on Brown's social media channels. A secondary responsibility includes researching and developing presences on emerging digital communication platforms. Tasks: Primary task will be to grow and engage Brown’s presence on emerging social media channels such as Snapchat, Instagram and Vine. Secondary tasks will be to keep existing social media accounts freshly updated with content. Other tasks may include helping develop content ideas to keep on the cutting-edge of emerging social media channels, evaluating new multimedia and social media presences, and serving as a key member of the Office of Communications content creation and distribution team.
We are looking for an undergraduate student with a passion for environmental and social justice issues to participate in studies of risks relating to Indigenous rights, climate change, and industrial developments in the Arctic. Dr Siri Veland with the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society is looking for a student to help part-time with literature search and data entry.
We are looking for a responsible person who enjoys kids to spend two afternoons / evenings a week with our child while I am at school in Boston. Initial dates are May 20, 27 and 29, after that it is every Monday and Wednesday in June. In July dates are Wednesday and Thursday nights until August 6. Job will restart for one night a week in September. Pick up is at 2.50pm, work is until 1030pm. The job involves picking her up from the French American School, walking her home, playing, serving the meal I leave for you both and getting her into bed around 7pm.
Seeking mature individual to assist with child care-boy (11) and girl (8). 2-3 late afternoon/evenings per week-flexibility needed as evenings will vary. Must have car and be able to drive. Will include transporting kids, preparing kids meals.
The successful applicant will be responsible for Longevity Studies Looking for a very independent individual with great attention to detail and flexibility in schedule. Demographies must be conducted during the day
Contemplative Studies and Family Medicine Assistant Professor Catherine Kerr is looking for two research assistants to help set up our VITALITY study of breast cancer and qigong. For this work, they will be setting up databases, investigating acquiring equipment and figuring out how to use the acquired equipment.