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Thursday Supper is a weekly discussion and fellowship program hosted by The Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life. A 46-year tradition, Thursday Supper takes place at the home of the University Chaplain and welcomes anywhere between 20 and 30 students each week to discuss issues of religious and spiritual significance. Two student partners are selected each academic year to coordinate Thursday Supper speakers (from among faculty, staff and the community); order food and supplies; advertise the program; maintain the listserv; and prepare for/clean up after each session. For more information, contact the current Thursday Supper coordinator Sana Siddiq at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be part of a help desk team in Advancement working to resolve computer issues as well as other tasks as assigned.
Administrative support to Julie Strandberg's ASaP project.
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.
Area EcoReps support the Facilities Management Dept. of Energy and Environment’s (E&E) EcoReps program and serve as the point of contact between students who are living in their area’s dorms and Facilities Management. An Area EcoRep works to educate the Brown community about recycling, energy conservation, and sustainability and works toward finding innovative ways of improving environmental programs at Brown. Area EcoReps provide guidance and organizational support for the volunteer EcoReps who live and work in their area of campus.
Seeking responsible individual to work as a student/collaborator for an accomplished elderly watercolor artist who wishes to resume painting after a hiatus. Sessions will be once or twice a week, and will take place at Tockwotton on the Waterfront in East Providence (just over the bridge and across from India Point Park).
We own four historic buildings at corner of Benefit and South Court. Many hedges. One is now empty and needs cosmetic painting to be sold, etc.
Seeking person to assist me with moving boxes of books, small furniture, and household items within my home (into closets, to the basement, etc.).
Rehousing, organizing and inventorying selected portions of the Gordon Hall and Grace Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda (the Hall-Hoag Collection) at the Brown University Library You will be part of a team of 8-10 other Brown students under the supervision of the project archivist. Material in 1600 boxes needs to be reorganized alphabetically. You will work on various tasks including: • Verifying the contents of boxes against an existing inventory • Removing the contents of existing boxes and placing the content in new boxes in alphabetical order. • Updating inventories with the new box numbers. This is a very large project and will require close attention to detail. All students hired for this project will be working together making teamwork and communication skills very important. * Cautionary Note: The Hall-Hoag Collection includes materials that may depict graphic violence, and may contain graphic sexual content as well as offensive views and language
To help set up and break down field equipment and also film parts of practice. Filming will take place on a scissor lift.
Seeking creative, energetic, experienced, playful, and responsible babysitter for two children (two girls (3 years and 5 months)). Four days a week for 6 - 8 hours a day. Duties include transporting toddler to and from preschool, and having fun!
Professor J. Timmons Roberts is seeking a research assistant to support the "Resilient Rhode Island Act," a comprehensive piece of legislation that includes disaster preparedness, adaptation to climate change, building resilient communities, and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Selected research assistant will work with Professor Roberts and consultants hired by Brown University to assist with the implementation of the newly passed legislation. This will include a carbon audit of the state of Rhode Island.
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