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A research assistant is sought to help Professor Jin Li, Education Department, to code hand-written mother-diary data during May and possibly throughout the summer if funding permits.
This position is responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center pool patrons (Brown students, faculty, staff, alumni, coaches, administrators, RISD students & faculty and general community members) by preventing and responding to emergencies. Major Responsibility: Ensure the safety and well-being of individuals using the pool and aquatic facility. Prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic/first aid emergencies if required. Enforce all aquatic facility safety policies, rules, and regulations in a professional manner. Interact with patrons in a positive, cooperative, professional and customer service oriented manner. Assist with maintaining the neatness and cleanliness of the pool area where needed. Assist with facility needs as assigned by supervisor. Responsible for knowing team practice, events and activities held in pool facility during scheduled work time. Supporting Actions: Recognize and respond effectively to aquatic emergencies by administering first aid and/or CPR until emergency medical services personnel respond. Understanding of facility characteristics, rules, policies and procedures.
Duties involved: Be the face of BSHS. Collaborate closely with Laura, the faculty director of BSHS. Communicate, delegate, do and remain accountable to your teammate and co-principal. Maintain organized records of all aspects of BSHS. Create a safe and positive BSHS school community. Hold recruitment events at local public middle and high schools during late May and early June. Attend transition meeting with outgoing recruiters during the week before graduation. Register students; hold parent orientation; hold new faculty orientation; write faculty handbook; schedule students into classes and advisories; create advisory curriculum and communicate it to faculty; xerox all handouts necessary for running of the principals' office/school; directly oversee students and faculty before school, during the break between classes, and "afterschool"; organize all aspects of onsite safety and facilities management including common areas, classrooms, and bathrooms; arrange guest speakers; purchase food and drinks for parents night; confer with university offices regarding BSHS; manage federal summer food program by attending training, maintaining food safety, keeping detailed records; keeping track of daily attendance and communicating with parents, students, and faculty about attendance; ordering/purchasing books and materials for faculty and students; organizing assemblies; proofreading and assembling evaluative comments for all students. Overall responsibility for student safety and community. Responsible for student and faculty scheduling. Responsible for communication with students and faculty regarding classroom and school behavior and evaluations/report cards.
This position will provide clerical and customer support for all summer sports camps offered through Brown University Department of Athletics and the School of Professional Studies. Responsibilities include answering questions about camps, assisting with the collection and cataloging of all camp forms and assisting at camp check ins. Other duties as assigned.
Assist in all areas of office work. This includes but is not limited to answering phones; greeting visitors; photocopying; filing; stuffing envelopes; on-campus errands; data entry; moving boxes; organizing supply closets etc.
Explore nature's high energy frontier by becoming involved in experimental particle physics, with funding research opportunities associated with the CMS detector. Undergraduates can contribute to : 1. Analysis of CMS data, 2. Hands-on detector work, including R&D on advanced detectors, and 3. Developing cloud based computing for particle physics experiments. To discuss the possibility, please contact Prof. Meenakshi Narain.
The Serre Lab is seeking a motivated and talented student with strong programming skills to assist us in the development of a web interface to build and run computational models of the visual cortex and closely related deep learning algorithms directly from a web browser. This project is done in collaboration with the Center for Computation and Visualization at Brown and RISD to build an on-demand in-browser system for building customizable computational models of vision (see http://visionblocks.org for a related effort in machine vision). Prerequisites: The ideal student (advanced undergrad) will have strong programming skills (Python, C, C++, html). We expect experience in any or several of the following areas: web design/programming, GPU programming, computer vision, machine learning or neuroscience. Ability to work in team and a passion for design and usability is a plus. Who are we? We are a young and dynamic group located in the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences (CLPS). More information can be found here: http://serre-lab.clps.brown.edu (although most projects are not yet listed and most of the current work has not yet been published). How to apply: Send application to email@example.com with the subject line 'NSF | Programmer position'. Your application should contain an updated CV and a brief description of your research interests, prior work experience, programming, computer vision and/or computer graphics skills as well as time you can commit to the project (minimum 10 weeks). Hourly rate: Negotiable depending on task/experience. Possibility to conduct research for credits. Possibility to work during the summer.
We seek a motivated and talented student to help our team port computer vision algorithms from Matlab/Python to CUDA. These algorithms are used to automate the monitoring and analysis of bird behavior and study cognition on free ranging birds in the wild. The ideal candidate will have strong programming / hacking skills (C, CUDA, python, etc) and experience developing on ubuntu. Who are we? Our group works at the interface between computer science/engineering and neuroscience. We develop bio-inspired machine vision algorithms ranging from the visual control of locomotion to object and action recognition as well as tools for automating the collection of neuroscience data. More info on our lab web page: http://serre-lab.clps.brown.edu. How to apply: Send application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘CUDA position'. Your application should contain an updated CV and a brief description of your research interests and any related prior work experience as well as the amount of time you will be able to commit to the project. Hourly rate: Negotiable depending on task/experience. Possibility to conduct research for credits. Possibility to work during the summer.