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Student needed to assist in the Physics Department’s lecture demonstration facility. The student will work closely with the department’s instructional staff. Duties include: preparing and delivering demonstrations; participation in maintaining and improving the equipment and the facility; performing existing demonstrations to identify problems or suggest improvements; updating and maintaining the facility’s website; routine maintenance, cleaning and organization; general computer work.
An undergraduate or graduate student is needed to assist with an off campus music teaching program that will take place from 3 - 5 PM on Wednesday afternoons beginning Oct. 15 and continuing to end of November. Please contact Dr. Martin F. Gardiner with your interest and qualifications for this position by email: Martin_Gardiner@brown.edu. with a cc to: firstname.lastname@example.org
****Looking for someone to work Tuesdays 1 PM - 4 PM and Fridays 3 PM - 5 PM ONLY. Hours will be more flexible next semester.**** Responsible for the overall coordination of reception and customer interface for the Student Activities Office. Ensures that student and student organization needs and inquiries are addressed with professionalism and courtesy. Specific tasks include: *Assist with the registration of student events *Act as a resource to students planning events *Assist with maintenance of database for all registered and trained party managers *Resolve problems related to the registration of student events such as missing event support requests, missing components of event registration materials, identifying untrained party managers/ushers, etc. *Update weekly events calendar for distribution *Review and update student event registration details *Greet visitors and answer SAO main phone line *Respond to e-mails in SAO account *Maintain database and fees for table, clickers, and cash box rentals *Provide administrative assistance to SAO staff as needed
Answering phones, data entry, reception coverage. packet assembly, office supply maintenance.
Lab responsibilities include assisting the lab with various recruitment efforts, including flyering, scheduling, and recruitment related phone calls.
The position entails delivering food and beverage supplies to Retail dining units on Campus, Express and Pizza deliveries to administrative offices, restocking and other administrative duties Student will report to Dining Services professional managers.
The Data Science Practice at CIS is looking for talented and motivated students to collaborate with our data scientists and business intelligence team on a portfolio of interesting projects involving data from across the University.
Student will be testing PMT's for LZ Experiment
Looking for an individual over 5 feet 7 inches tall that shows great enthusiasm for Brown University and represent the athletic department at events. Entertain fans of all ages that support Brown and other teams.
Athletic Marketing/Promotions Student Workers will be asked to run marketing and promotions events during games, interact with fans, sell merchandise, and perform other duties as assigned.
Looking for an energetic nanny for Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays to collect my 3y/o and 1y/o from school at 11:30am and bring them to their home and care for them until 5:30pm on Weds and Thursdays and until 2pm on Fridays. Our home is near Wayland Square on the east side and their respective schools are located a half mile from our house. Ideal candidate will be able to either walk to collect them or drive their own car (fitted with 2 provided car seats). Give them lunch. Also provide engaging activities, take them to nearby parks etc.. Additional hours may be requested on occasion but ample notice will be given.
Are you interested in learning about the entire spectrum of Brown CS research and sharing that knowledge with the world? This job offers you the opportunity to assist Jesse Polhemus (Communications and Outreach Specialist) and Shriram Krishnamurthi (Communications and Outreach Director) as they promote Brown CS research both internally and externally. Tasks include: * interviewing Brown CS community members about their research * creating written content (blog and Facebook posts, Conduit articles, tweets, or Web content) to share it with internal and external audiences Important skills needed include: * interpersonal rapport (maintaining positive relationships with all members of the Brown CS community) * ability to work independently * creativity * inquisitiveness * written communication * before you graduate, helping us find and train your successor Please provide at least one writing sample, as relevant as possible. Job Requirements Candidates must have access to an Internet-enabled computer and any equipment necessary to interview Brown CS community members either in person or remotely.
The Office of Government Relations and Community Affairs is looking for a student to help draft memos on policy issues; reach out to government offices; help respond to external inquiries; track City Council and Board of License agendas; research and compile lists of contacts; assist with community relations and communications; provide staff support and other miscellaneous projects.
Assisting the Direct Marketing and Participation team in increasing alumni, parent, and friend support of Brown through the Brown Annual Fund and Parents Annual Fund. This position is responsible for This position is responsible for reviewing, organizing, printing, and sending of written correspondence in an accurate and timely manner. You will be responsible for assisting the Project Manager - Online and Digital Strategies in their execution of efforts.
Do you love Brown and your experiences here? Would you like to make a difference? Join our Student Caller Team! As a Brown Student Caller you will be responsible for the following; • Call parents, alumni, and friends of Brown to educate them about Brown's current needs and solicit their financial support of the University • Act as a representative of the University, strengthening relationships between Brown and its constituents • Help the University meet its financial goals and increase the number of people participating as donors • Work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment. FALL Calling Shifts: Saturday 2-5:30pm Sunday: 2-5:30pm Sunday: 6-9:30pm Monday 6-9:30pm Tuesday 6-9:30pm Wednesday 6-9:30pm Thursday: 2-5:30 and 6-9:30pm Student Callers must commit to working 2 shifts per week (7 hrs). What's in it for you? • Gain career skills in a fun, lively, friendly, team atmosphere • Talk with interesting Brown alumni • Leadership growth opportunities • Develop your communication and negotiating skills • Build your resume with customer service skills • Meet more Brown students • Competitive hourly wage • Paid training sessions • Earn recognition for success and hard work.
1. Verify and enter label information into the herbarium database. This includes species name, collector names, collection date and location. 2. Take digital pictures of herbarium specimens using the most up-to-date imaging equipment and software. 3. Upload image files to data storage and backup facility 4. Other duties as needed
The CIS Instructional Technology Group is now hiring Brown University undergraduate students as Instructional Technology Assistants. Students in this position will team up with the Instructional Technologists/Designer to support faculty using technology in the classroom. Projects will include assisting faculty and/or staff with Canvas (or any of the supported services we offer), creating documentation and material for distribution, and supporting faculty with course projects. Part of this position entails answering the office phone to provide solutions, with excellent customer service, for faculty and staff. This position is open for weekday shifts, between 9.00 AM and 5.00 PM. Students with programming and design skills (web and print) are highly encouraged to apply. Applications from international students are encouraged. We have one (1) position available through the academic year.
Seeking assistant in Drosophila genetics lab. Flexible hours, 10 hours per week. Compensation/hour. We are seeking an undergraduate student (preferably freshman/sophomore) with interest in Biology, Neuroscience, or Medicine. You will be making fly food for a Drosophila genetics lab and doing other small jobs to help the lab run smoothly. Commitment is at least 2x per week, same days per week, but flexible around classes. Students usually begin in this role and then transition into working in the lab over the summers and/or doing research in the lab and getting course credit, so someone concentrating in a related field is preferred. The lab is friendly and diverse.
The Brown Alumni Magazine is looking for an intern to manage our social media platforms. Among the duties are: (1) daily management of the BAM’s Twitter and Facebook accounts, which includes maintaining an engaging and consistent BAM social-media voice, (2) gathering news about alumni accomplishments and launching them on social media on a consistent schedule, (3) monitoring alumni and University twitter feeds for retweets when appropriate, (4) engaging with other Twitter and Facebook accounts in the Brown community of faculty, alumni, students, and administration with the goal of building the number of BAM followers, likes and engagement /interactions and (5) developing new platforms for the betterment of our online presence and the growth of readership.
The Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life (OCRL) annually designates and stipends several students as Religious Life and Spirituality Interns. These internships provide an opportunity for student leaders to join in exploring and transforming the spiritual life on campus. Interns work directly and collaboratively with the chaplains to plan, implement and evaluate programs directed at issues of significance to the religious and spiritual life of the campus. The ideal candidate is both skilled and motivated to expand personal knowledge of the Tradition or content area of their internship. Annual projects are directed at improving the understanding and responsiveness of OCRL to the needs of the Brown community and beyond. Each position reports directly to the University Chaplain of its respective Tradition. Responsibilities include: -Develop, implement, coordinate and promote programs and activities of special interest -Maintain a communication network that includes e-mail, web and/or social media, as appropriate -Plan and organize opportunities for student leadership from associated student organizations to meet and collaborate with one another -Evaluate the effectiveness and impact of various initiatives