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The Engaged Scholars Program Assistant will support the development and launch of the Engaged Scholars Program (ESP). The Engaged Scholars Program supports students and faculty who seek a purposeful integration of teaching, research, and practice in order to advance scholarship and produce a public benefit. Grounded in the concentrations, the program builds on Brown’s distinctive interdisciplinary culture by providing coherent curricular and advising structures that encourage students to place research, internships, and community-based work at the heart of their academic lives. The program is being piloted in the 2014-2015 academic year with four academic departments: Anthropology, Engineering, Environmental Studies, and Theatre and Performance Studies. Program Assistant will: Provide overall support to the launch of the Engaged Scholars Program, including administrative support to program staff and ESP steering committee. Work collaboratively with ESP staff and committee members to assist in the planning and implementation of the Engaged Scholars Program. Provide a student perspective and voice in planning efforts on how to best integrate theory and practice. Research civic engagement curricula used at other higher education institutions to assist with development of ESP curricula. Provide support to program staff (Swearer Acting Director and ESP/TRI-Lab Director) and to faculty participants and departments as needed. Support and participate in weekly ESP steering committee meetings and monthly faculty meetings. Respond to routine inquiries and other administrative tasks. Pay rate is $10/hour/undergraduate student & $15/hour/graduate student.
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.).
"Undergraduate Teaching Assistants provide administrative support for quiz and discussion sections and serve as class assistants for EDUC 1010: The Craft of Teaching. Undergraduate TA duties and responsibilities include the following: • Attend lectures • Conduct discussion section meetings • Facilitate discussions • Prepare review materials for exams • Hold extra review sessions for exams • Hold regular office hours • Tutor students • Manage and respond to course-related e-mail • Prepare and maintain web page for course materials • Develop and maintain electronic bulletin boards, discussion sites, etc. • Prepare assignments • Prepare test questions • Prepare course attendance records • Maintain course attendance records • Attend instructor/TA meetings • Act as liaison/mediator between student and professor "
Work 5-6 hours a week, preferably a few times a week for two-three hours. Job duties include washing dishes, preparing basic solutions, helping with genotyping and mouse colony maintenance and other general laboratory housekeeping and organizational tasks.
Seeking mature, reliable and motivated female student to tutor my 10 (5th) and 11 (6th) year old daughters. Approximately 6 hours week.
East side family looking for a sitter who is a safe driver - to help with after school care for our 10 and 11 year old children. We'll need help 3-4 days per week - definitely Thursdays. Pick up from school is at 3:20 (sometimes later) - and you may need to take them to music or swim lessons - or just hang out at the playground for a bit. At home, you'll need the patience to help them with homework. Ideally, you will have your own car. Pay is $12-14 per hour, depending on experience and if you will use your own car.
Taking care of a 10 year old boy and a 5 year old boy for about 10 hours/week. Participate in cooking and a little cleaning.
Seeking warm, honest, reliable, responsible college student (prefer female) to provide some babysitting for two young girls (5 & 7). Looking for some afternoons (2-6pm) and looking for a regular saturday night sitter.
Looking for someone to pick up two elementary aged boys from school (20 minute walk from campus, right next to Brown stadium) at 3:15 pm and hang out with them until about 5 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
ShelfDig, a startup located in Providence, RI is seeking a student to do freelance work, including photography and product data entry. Flexible schedule possible. ShelfDig aims to bring local shoppers who are browsing and searching for products online into local stores. Our initial beta site launched in June 2015, with a public launch scheduled for October 2015. We are a group of lively, experienced and dedicated entrepreneurs with a dynamic product, and we're looking for someone bright, enthusiastic and personable to join our team. We are open to innovation, and look to all of our team members for valuable feedback at this early stage. Please send a résumé and a cover letter expressing your interest and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or feel free to contact more informally if you have questions about the position first.
Seeking someone to entertain my 4 year old boy two afternoons a week. I am a stay at home mom but am 7 months pregnant and need a helper for now and after the baby comes. Most of the time I will be home, just getting things done around the house, but occasionally might have an errand to run or an appointment. Ideally I would love to book someone regularly on Mondays and Thursdays from 3-5pm. It would be great to have somone for the occasional date night as well. My son loves playing with cars and Octonauts and loves to do puzzles and crafts. We have a small backyard as well and if he wants to go to a park or for a scooter ride, that's fine too.
Assisting high school students with Science or Mathematics.
Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator of the Global Health Initiative (GHI) and the Program Administrator of the Fogarty AIDS International Training and Research Program (AITRP), the Office Assistant will help with all administrative and programmatic issues related to the GHI, the AITRP, and other grants/projects. Responsibilities include: assisting with coordination of investigators, executive committee members, faculty, and students; communications management, scheduling lectures and seminars, teleconferences, and project meetings; synthesizing literature and writing reports; helping to update and maintain GHI website.
Research assistant to Professor Doumani, professor of Modern Middle East History.
Assist Professor Steinbach in Music 0550, S01, Theory of Tonal Music, review and grade homework assignments, tutor students in course as needed. NOTE: This section meets Tuesdays/Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.
T.A. for Music 1960-1961, Advanced Ghanaian Drumming. Must be responsible for the handling and care of the Ghanaian Drumming instruments, must supervise overall use of the instruments and be responsible for setting up of the orchestra. Organize and lead discussion and practice sessions, prepare telephone lists, changes in meetings, prepare publicity, organize fundraisers and final concert performances, answer related questions to problems in class, and generally maintain electronic course reserve materials.
T.A. for MUSC 0640-0641 Ghanaian Drumming. Must be responsible for the handling and care of the Ghanaian Drumming instruments, must supervise overall use of the instruments and be responsible for setting up of the orchestra. Organize and lead discussion and practice sessions, prepare telephone lists, changes in meetings, prepare publicity, organize fundraisers and final concert performances, and generally maintain electronic course reserve materials.
Teaching Assistant for MUSC 0400 class, Introduction to Music Theory, to hold two lab sessions in ear-training per week, administer quizzes and sight-singing exams, grade quizzes and homework assignments, provide extra help to students as needed, attend all of the regular classes on Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 10 a.m. to 10:50 a.m., take attendance at class meetings and sections, and keep a log of attendance and grades.
Assist Professor Nathan in Music 0550, S02, Theory of Tonal Music, review and grade homework assignments, tutor students in course as needed. NOTE: This section meets Tuesdays/Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 11:50 a.m.