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Must grade homework sets and abide by the deadlines.
This job involves organizing and filing of highly sensitive documentation for the Computing Accounts and Passwords Office.
Must grade homework papers and correct them in a timely manner.
Do you enjoy creating innovative products that will be used by the Brown community? Brown Student Agencies is Brown's largest student run business. We provide a variety of services to the Brown community including E-Commerce, laundry service, marketing services, Microfridges, and more. As part of the Brown Student Agencies technology team you will be working on building technology that serves student's needs. Brown Student Agencies is looking for programmers to be involved in the development of web projects as well as mobile applications. Some of our projects include the BSA website, the Squid Scanner ticketing mobile application and backend, a Squid Scanner data management web interface and many others.
CURIOUS JANE: Is an established, highly regarded summer camp for girls. We offer project-based programs centered around science, design and creativity, and we are seeking energetic, enthusiastic instructors, counselors and a camp director for Summer 2013! We attract talented, exceptional young women to lead our programs -- if you think you would be a good fit, please read on for details! Our program runs for three weeks in July at a beautiful all-girls school in Providence. We offer a variety of themes that revolve around the arts, science, and engineering, with girls grouped by age choosing their favorite theme each week. Classes on offer in Providence include: For Curious Jane -- DIY Your Room, Wired 101, Build The City, Storyboarding: The Graphic Novel, Toy Design For CJ Junior -- Magic + Mystery, Story Arts, Weird Science, Toy Design -- For class descriptions, go here: http://curiousjanecamp.com/our-classes and here: http://curiousjanecamp.com/curiousjanejr-classes Class size is small (8 -- 12 girls) and each class has a lead instructor paired with a counselor to assist with the projects. We are looking for bright, experienced young women to run the program this summer, and possibly to grow with it in future summers. Come teach and get creative with us! HOURS: The camp day runs from 9am - 3:30pm with early-bird drop-off and after-camp available. DATES: Three weeks -- July 8, 15 and 22. With some pre-camp prep, and a day of on-site staff training. STAFFING: We have two classes of Curious Jane classes (ages 8-11) and two classes of CJ Junior (ages 6-7) running per week. We will need one instructor and one counselor per class For more info on our organization and programs, please visit www.curiousjanecamp.com We are a small organization, based in Brooklyn, but with programs around the country, and we are thrilled to come to Rhode Island this summer! If you are interested in joining Curious Jane, please: Send an email to email@example.com with the subject line "Curious Jane -- Instructors + Counselors in Providence." Please tell us about yourself in the body of the email -- your experiences and skills, why you have an interest in Curious Jane (no separate cover letter, please) and what age + class you are interested in teaching. Please also attach a one-page resume. And please -- NO phone calls.
Posing for paintings in my home studio. Wife of former Brown engineering professor- Dr. Everett E Crisman- former RISD instructor. I am a well respected painter and I will be the only person there.
(Mon - Fri) 3:15-5:00. Pick up three children ages 9-11 from school. Where possible outside play, trip to library across street from school or just home for snacks and homework.
I am working on a senior thesis and have conducted several interviews during a recent trip to India. I am looking for help transcribing the interviews. This would involve listening to the audio recordings and typing what is said. Although the interviews are conducted in English, most of the interviewees have a thick accent so someone who is experienced with transcriptions or confident understanding accents would be preferred. I would be available for any questions and or clarifications throughout the process.
For a sociological project on the pharmaceutical sector in the Global South, I seek a Brown Student Research Assistant to work with government data from Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The data includes information on registered drugs in the three countries as well as additional information, such as exported/imported drugs. The work will mostly include cleaning the data and then help me analyzing it. Online applications only.
Must grade homework sets for APMA 2640.
Grading homework sets for APMA 2120.
The Vault, Brown’s student-run thrift store and upcycling initiative, is hiring two Program Associates for Spring 2013! Responsibilities include setting up and running our mobile sale days (located in JWW, or on the Main Green weather permitting) and helping to plan and promote workshops on upcycling. We are ideally looking for someone who is creative and enthusiastic, interested in working for the Vault long-term, eventually in a leadership position. Experience in retail is not required! We are looking for someone who is excited about and interested in the Vault as a whole, and wants to explore upcycling, workshop strategies, and structures of social business as well as running the thrift store.
Looking for a female to tutor a 9th grader girl at Barrington SSAT, TOEFL.
Officiate Intramural Indoor Soccer games and enforce all league rules & policies. Assist with league set up & break down. Report all injuries, vandalism, equipment needs or any problems. Develop a good rapport and strong communication between yourself and intramural participants.
The Aga Khan Distinguished Visiting Professor of Islamic Humanities seeks a Brown Student Research Assistant for the Spring 2013 semester. Online Applications only.
The Swearer Center for Public service is hiring a student staffer to support the work of the Social Innovation Initiative. The Social Innovation Initiative promotes an open culture of community impact and innovation at Brown through learning opportunities, venture support, advising, and a close, connected network of students, alumni, and practitioners. Our mission is to nurture the next generation of leaders bent on bettering communities through transformative innovation and respectful risk-taking. The staffer will take on a variety of projects to support our work. Examples of projects include: • Internship match project: There are many departments on campus that require students to intern or work in some other capacity with community organizations in Providence. The staffer will conduct interviews with relevant Brown departments to identify the needs, and then create a system in which community organizations can match up with students who are seeking these opportunities. • Gap Year research project: The student staffer will conduct research on the prevalence and effectiveness of Gap Year programs. The staffer will interview organizations that run these programs as well as participants in them to better understand these programs’ operations and impact. • Outcome report research: The Social Innovation Initiative has supported dozens of social ventures over the course of the last 5 years. The student staffer will gather data about these ventures about their successes and other metrics to aggregate into a report. • Other mission critical projects to support our work
Piano accompanists needed to accompany in the Applied Music voice program. Must be available to play for Applied Music Program student recitals and at voice juries.
1.*Transliterates Chinese titles by using Pinyin Romanization scheme; 2.*Performs bibliographic searching by using Chinese files, computer databases, and Internet resources; 3.*Process order records and prepare purchase order forms; 4.*Make copy-cataloging on Chinese materials; 5.*Unpack daily mails; 6.*Sort, shelve, and deliver materials in the library as necessary; 7.*Performs other tasks in processing Chinese materials as required; 8.*Answers phones; 9.*Performs miscellaneous tasks as needed.
Teaching assistant for EDUC 1060: Politics and Public Education. The teaching assistant will help facilitate student discussions, hold office hours, consult with individual students about their work, and support other class activities.
Grade homework papers for instructor(s) in one or more of the following course(s):MA 200, MA 1410 and MA 1620.