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Varied responsibilities at the John Carter Brown Library include labeling and filing folders, typing call flags for books, bookplating, and preparing call slips for digital scanning projects. Helping curatorial and other Library staff on special projects as needed, and running errands on campus.
This Experience Brown program is day visit option for prospective students. Prospective students are paired with current Brown students to join them for lunch and attend a class. A more detailed description can be found here: https://www.brown.edu/admission/undergraduate/visit The Office of Undergraduate Admission is seeking to hire the Experience Brown Coordinator for the 2017/18 school year. The Experience Brown Coordinator will be a member of the Executive Board of the Bruin Club. The Bruin Club consists of a series of programs serving prospective undergraduate students, including information sessions, tours, email and blog outreach, minority recruitment, and A Day on College Hill. The Experience Brown Coordinator must be present at all Bruin Club Executive Board meetings to function and assist with the general duties of the board. It is the responsibility of the Experience Brown Coordinator to cultivate an inclusive and diverse community among Experience Brown hosts, and have a running knowledge of the other programs.
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.
We are looking for a creatively-minded student to head up social media coverage of the annual IBES conference Earth, Itself. The conference will take place between April 19th and April 28th with sub-events at various times and venues on campus (mostly late afternoons and evenings). Additional availability during Commencement weekend is a plus, but not required. The student will be responsible for updating the Institute’s Twitter feed, Instagram, and Facebook. Creative imagery and video skills are a must. To apply, please send (5) sample tweets about environmental issues in the news and (1) 60-second video clip interviewing anyone (a roommate, friend, etc) about a subject of your choosing.
Reporting to the Director of BWell Office of Health Promotion, the BWell Student Wellness Coordinator will be responsible for continued development, implementation and evaluation of wellness initiatives. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with BWell staff to maintain communication and our forward progress towards established goals. Duties and responsibilities: Assist in research of best practices for wellness programs in Health Promotion. Assist in relevant needs assessments for the Brown campus community. Seek out opportunities to work collaboratively with student organizations and other departments to create, publicize, and deliver health promotion programs or events. Develop programs and outreach for the campus community including underserved populations. Evaluate and document wellness programming. Other duties as assigned and as determined as the position evolves.
This RA will support CAAS investigators in the start-up of a new grant, assisting in the implementation of a representative campus survey designed to generate normative data on alcohol consumption, consequences, attitudes, and perceived drinking norms of Brown students. Specific duties include: (a) organizing meetings with investigators and student consultants and preparing materials (e.g., drafts, tables, notes), (b) programming the survey into Qualtrics; (c) monitoring survey data completion and preparing summary data reports; (d) managing communications with participants (sending out reminders for follow up surveys, responding to questions), and (e) managing participant payments. Hours will range from 5-10 per week during the Spring 2017 semester. Position may be continued through the summer contingent upon performance and funding.
The Library seeks one student to Assist with Researchers@Brown, an online research discovery tool designed to showcase scholarly research and researchers at Brown. Duties: •Assist with updating faculty data •Perform data cleanup tasks •Create and edit training materials for faculty editors •May work one-on-one with faculty to resolve profile problems
Untapped Games is a game store that specializes in trading card games, board games, and collectables. We are looking for a shipping assistant to aid with mailing small orders on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. This will require approximately 6 hours of availability between the times of 11AM - 8PM on each day. Additional hours may also be available.
Student is sought to join Professor Jin Li's research for coding Chinese immigrant children's stories about learning. Qualifications: experience with coding preschool children's stories, achieving reliability,
Seek person to help senior taking six week on-line course. Also need help navigating their new MacAir laptop. Flexible hours and time.
A one day job taking photos of the special collections archive of Dr. Rudolph Fisher for a Stanford graduate student. Mostly using student's own digital camera. Specific documents to be described.
Seeking experienced web-designer to create TWO different websites. 1. International Language School 2. My own personal site (Poet, translator, and editor)
Acting as stitcher and/or crafts person for theater productions, assisting shop supervisor in production endeavors deemed necessary. Assist with the construction of all costumes for TAPS productions. Specific Duties: 1. Sew any costumes for TAPS productions 2. If required, assist less experienced students with sewing. 3. Assist with costume rentals 4. Assist with costume maintenance and strike for all productions. 5. Assist with any craft projects and laundry.
I need help updating my Wordpress Blog and a Facebook site with new postings, images and text..
The Rhode Island Innovative Policy Lab (RIIPL) is looking for students to complete a nutritional survey of grocery stores. Research assistants will work in teams to measure access to fresh foods in Rhode Island grocery stores. Training on how to conduct this research will be provided. The duration of this job is project-length dependent, and will last about a month. Survey teams consist of two students. Teams will conduct the survey on-site in Rhode Island stores. Working hours are flexible. This is a great way to get involved with an exciting organization, conduct important policy research, and see more of Rhode Island outside of Brown!
Hi, we are looking for an occasional evening babysitter to supervise our children while mom and dad get some time out of the house. It would likely be once or twice a week/weekend for a couple hours each time.
seeking upper class student to moderate foreign policy association great decisions class. Looking for someone who demonstrates well in leading a group and engaging discussion. great opportunity for teaching experience. Leading a discussion group to retired 60+ population who are well educated
This position will provide support to the research community in the effective utilization of High Performance Computing Resources: -Compile, install, and test applications for the Brown research community - Work with researchers to more efficiently and effectively utilize resources to improve productivity and advance science - Programming: porting codes and applications, debugging, optimization - Parallel programming - Troubleshoot and isolate problems - Develop documentation for users - Scientific application support (Matlab, Mathematica optional)
Position will involve creating an infographic with data from a longitudinal study which will serve as a report to stakeholders.
Must be poised, polite and professional, as an ambassador for the Science Center. Fellows will lead collaborative inquiry sessions for groups of 3-5 students. The sessions will meet twice per week for 1.5 hours. Fellows will guide group discussions and help students learn to approach the subject matter in a thought-provoking manner, towards deepening their conceptual knowledge. Fellows will complete an orientation and training on collaborative learning.