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We are looking for someone to help look after our infant son, while our other babysitter has her hands full with our two other boys. Hours 3-6pm Monday through Thursday, with some flexibility. We hope you will work as a team with our other babysitter in feeding and caring for the kids, though the primary responsibility will be feeding, changing and consoling the baby.
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
Brown Student Agencies (BSA) is looking for excited, talented developers interested in business to work for our Technology department. BSA is an entirely student run organization under the University's SAO department providing a variety of products and services to the Brown community. 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. The Technology Project Manager will also be a part of BSA's Management Team. The Management Team oversees all of the business aspects of BSA, ranging from logistics and planning to negotiation with outside business. Being a part of the Management Team is a great way to gain real-world experience in learning how to manage a business. In addition, BSA alumni work in a variety of industries including investment banking, social media, and software, providing BSA staff an extensive network for recruiting opportunities. The hours are very flexible, and there are no set times that you would be working every week. All the managers have a great amount of freedom to set their own schedules. Opportunities for promotion at the end of the year.
Serve as Technical Assistant at the John Street Studio in all technical aspects for the space during the 14-15 academic year.
Work with the Director of Minority Recruitment, the Program and Events Coordinator, other minority recruitment interns, and the Bruin Club on programs that enhance admission and matriculation of students of color interested in attending Brown.
Looking for Graduate Students to grade exams for ENVS-0490, Environmental Science in a Changing World. Three exams to be graded over the course of the semester. They are Oct 2, Nov 4, Dec 20. There will be 100 exams each time, each with 10 short answer questions. Please indicate on your application form if you are receiving a graduate stipend.
Seeking mature and responsible female student to care for 1 young 10 year old girl. Some days between noon and night. Hours 7-11:00. Duties include preparing snacks, reading books and conversation."
Looking for mature, responsible, but also fun loving and energetic babysitter for 2 girls (ages 8 and 10) to work occasional evenings and afternoons. Duties include preparing snacks or supervising dinner and putting girls to bed. Maybe some crafts and most importantly play, play, play. No household duties required- it's all about engaging the kids. Most evening hours would be weeknights. A definite plus if you will be around for at least part of winter break(where we could schedule some regular daytime hours), but not a requirement. Please send an email telling me a little bit about yourself and references.
1) Serve as a point of student contact for prospective and admitted MAT candidates: Email/call potential applicants interested in speaking with current students during both the recruitment and admissions season. Meet with prospective students (e.g., this can include a “shadow” type experience; taking them to lunch; and staying in touch with them during the application process). Congratulate admitted students through phone calls/emails and serve as a resource during their decision process. 2) Serve as a program representative at various MAT related functions including: MAT information sessions; Student Admit Day; other recruitment event(s). 3) Assist with recruitment through social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
The research assistant(s) will work with Caroline Karp and members of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's Committee on Economics and Social Sciences (CESS) to gather information about the size, value, and composition of the menhaden bait fishery and the fishing community along the Atlantic coast. The types of information to be gathered from fisheries agencies, dealers and possibly some bait fishermen, by state, include (1) the demographics and economic importance of the menhaden bait fishery and closely associated businesses, (2) the key users and uses of menhaden, (3) the range of prices charged for menhaden as whole fish, chum and oil, by season, and (4) key non-harvest uses of menhaden, e.g., as forage for recreationally harvested or ecologically important species, by state.
The Brown Center for Students of Color (BCSC) provides an arena in which students can explore cultural heritages and learn about race and ethnicity as components of American identity. The Center provides a variety of services, support, and outreach to the Brown student body to promote both academic and co-curricular achievement. Programs of the Center include, but are not limited to: Third World Transition Program (TWTP), Minority Peer Counselor (MPC) Program and Black (BHS), Latino (LHS), Asian/Asian American (AAHS), Native American (NAHS) and Multiracial Heritage Series (MRHS). The primary role of the social media liaison will be the management of the BCSC's social media presence (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.). The position will also be responsible for the BCSC's online communication channels during the academic year, especially during TWTP. This position will work closely with the other BCSC student staffers and programmers to obtain photos and information to update various social media outlets in order to the inform the campus and Providence communities about what is happening in and through the BCSC.
Holly Ewald, founder and artistic director of UPP Arts (formerly Urban Pond Procession) and a Community Fellow at the Center for Public Humanities, seeks an Environmental Workshop Coordinator to develop education materials to inform and stimulate teaching artists in an introductory workshop focused on “making water visible.” After this workshop artists will submit project proposals for spring workshops in schools and community centers, which the coordinator will help to evaluate and present to workshop sites. Spring semester the coordinator will plan, and co-lead workshops with a teaching artist in local parks and at environmental events in Providence to help promote participation in the Urban Pond Procession and to build and engage a sense of community and stewardship of our local ponds. To prepare for the workshops, the Coordinator will research global, national, and local issues related to water quality and preservation; read from various resources including The Big Thirst by Charles Fishman, recent Providence Journal and EcoRI articles on water, RIDEM’s 2012 Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report, as well as resources from the newly formed state Stormw