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Gain valuable experience in higher ed recruitment by working with the Admission Office this summer! Summer Ambassadors provide campus tours and personal perspectives to prospective students and their families, greet guests at the Campus Center, learn the ins and outs of admission, and assist with special projects for the Admission Office.
Effective immediately, Middle East Studies|Brown seeks a student web developer to manage its Wordpress website www.MiddleEastBrown.org. The ideal candidate needs to be familiar with coding, adding new features, enhancing navigation, and applying product updates and upgrades. S/he must be available to troubleshoot, provide security against hackers and spammers, and to optimize the site to drive traffic to it.
Responsibilities include: •acting as a resource to students in class •Acting as a resource to the professor in class •Enabling active class participation and to ensure clear understanding of the subject matter covered. •Supporting and updating course Canvas site •Supporting and assisting the student case studies •Coordinating group project tasks and communication •Commitment of an average of 10 hours per week •attending class meetings and additional meetings
Student will be expected to perform the following tasks - Lead & organize a weekly discussion section of 15-20 students and coordinate an engaged scholarship project with the section members • Complete all weekly reading assignments • Coordinate one class fieldtrip for 15-20 students • Attend a weekly 1.5 hour TA meeting (time TBD) as well as all class times (MWF 10:00-10:50). • Hold weekly office hours • Student may be asked to review and comment on section members' individual project proposals.
• Student will be expected to comment and critique 75-90 weekly reading reviews (with guidance from instructor) • Must also read all weekly assignments
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 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.
This staffer is responsible for maintaining the BCSC website to provide information and graphics on BCSC and campus wide programming related to racial/ethnic/ and cultural diversity, including separate web pages for each cultural series weekly; updating the Center’s e-bulletin that is distributed to the Brown community highlighting events and announcements; assisting the administration with the online applications used for TWTP registration and various student staff positions; Ideally, s/he will develop strategies for implementing new media, social media, and web tools to facilitate BCSC initiatives.
Speidel is looking for an energetic and hardworking individual to join our team in the Customer Service department. This is a PART TIME position open for Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays. We are looking for someone to help us: 1. Key in customer orders 2. Organize and file documents. 3. Ship assorted packages 4. Receive, process, and catalog returned merchandise 5. Assist Customer Service Representatives in daily duties and work projects.
Undergraduate teaching assistants play a critically important role in Bio 0470 – Genetics. If you have taken the course, you know the importance of working through problems. If you did well in the course, you probably succeeded in finding strategies for solving them. The primary responsibility of the undergraduate TA is to provide guidance during the problem-solving process and to share some of the strategies that lead you to success in the course. Undergraduate TAs interact with students primarily during clinic hours. Each TA is responsible for covering 2 clinic hours per week. There are always at least two TAs in clinic at any given time. TAs guide students in solving the currently assigned problem set. Undergraduate TAs are also responsible for the grading of ~ 15 problem sets each week.
Set up and breakdown field equipment. Filming parts of practice. Most needed days during the school year will be Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 3 - 6
Seeking a babysitter to provide child care for one four year old girl during weekday hours. Specific needs would be Mondays, Wednesdays, and some Fridays between the hours of 12pm and 4pm (roughly). Additional hours may be needed on Tuesdays between 9-1. Duties would include picking 4 year old up from local preschool on East Side of Providence at noon on MWF and spending time with her either at home/ playground/ library, etc until parent arrives home from work. Hours may change depending on parent work schedule.