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EDUC-Research Assistant

5 hours 9 min ago
Professor Mona Abo-Zena is seeking Graduate Research Assistants to help recruit and interview student participants who are considered at higher risk for not fulfilling their needs (e.g., racial minority, first generation, low socio-economic status, sexual minority) as well as students who may have been identified as qualifying for particular support (e.g., experiencing a stressful personal matter, athlete, graduated from a high school with a low percentage of college-bound students, chronic health issues). Graduate Research Assistants will help with recruitment, conduct individual or focus group interviews, participate in research team meetings, and contribute to the general work of the study. The required hours are flexible, and average 6-10 hours / week.

Special Collections Assistant: Exhibitions

5 hours 14 min ago
The Special Collections Assistant: Curatorial and Exhibitions works with a range of materials in the collections at the John Hay Library in support of collection development and exhibition programming including registration, content development, and installation for exhibitions.

Grader for APMA 0330

6 hours 5 min ago
Must grade homework sets. Must pay attention to detail and deadlines.

Course Coordination Assistant

6 hours 6 min ago
The central responsibility of the position is to assist with the coordination of a range of administrative and logistical tasks for large undergraduate economics courses, such as assisting with the scheduling of exam proctors. Specific tasks will be assigned as the need arises.

East Asia Colloquium Coordinator

7 hours 23 min ago
The East Asia Colloquium seeks a graduate or undergraduate assistant to help manage colloquium activities. This will include: 1) updating and expanding the “Brown East Asian Resources” website and social media by maintaining a calendar of East-Asia related events at Brown and in the community, researching and organizing information about East Asian resources, and actively working with undergraduate and graduate students and faculty at Brown to highlight their research findings; 2) managing the colloquium listserv and the arrangements for colloquium events; and 3) compiling a list of East Asian scholars and resources in the southern New England area. Approximately 8 hours per week, but flexible.

Modern Greek Undergraduate TA

8 hours 9 min ago
Student assistant with near native speaker skills in Modern Greek needed. Applicant must have attended Modern Greek classes at Brown. Duties include overseeing study sessions and directed speaking and reading assignments for elementary Modern Greek classes. This position will not have standard work hours. The work will only be intermittent as needed.

CDS Student Developer I

8 hours 36 min ago
Do you want to work on a variety of interesting data-driven web applications that feature cutting edge research being done here at Brown? Looking for an excuse to play with data visualization packages, learn about network analysis, implement faceted search interfaces, and/or creating interactive HTML5 sites that serve a variety of media formats? Then come work for the Center for Digital Scholarship in the Brown Library. We are a team of scholars and programers who support faculty with their digital humanities research projects, and we need creative, self motivated students who are interested in applying their skills as developers to humanities projects.

Team support / Advisor for DOC project

9 hours 21 min ago
The Office of the Dean of the College is in the process of designing a new online course for incoming new students, to launch in August 2017. We need a student who can help with one of the 15-minute modules about learning and academic success at the college level.

Retail Clerk

10 hours 58 min ago
Brown Bookstore is looking for 3-4 students who would be available to work varied hours including nights and weekends. The job duties include stocking shelves, helping customers, ringing registers and customer service!

Student Mentor, Pre-College Scholars Program

Wed, 09/28/2016 - 10:16
The Brown Pre-College Scholars Program is a program of Brown’s School of Professional Studies and Pre-College Programs that offers a year-long online course of study to high school students in grades 10-12.

The pilot curriculum track of the program, the Brown Pre-College Scholars Program in Engineering, now in its second year, is taught by Dr. Karen Haberstroh, Associate Director of Engineering Programs at Brown University’s School of Professional Studies, and Dr. Indrek Külaots, both Lecturers in the School of Engineering. Students explore engineering and its design principles, and work collaboratively on hands-on challenges that include conducting research, performing calculations, and engaging in prototyping activities, from sketching to modeling to optimization.

Working closely with their Brown instructors, students participate in approximately five hours of coursework per week, including lab and demo activities, online discussions, assignments, and design projects. Students also have the opportunity to visit Brown’s campus for a guided tour of the School of Engineering and interaction with faculty and students. Students completing the program earn credit from their home high school.

The program is seeking a Student Mentor to provide a variety of mentorship and teaching assistant-type support to participating students, including:

  • Holding informal office/mentoring hours, 1 hour per week - Student Mentor will be available for remote advising (e.g. via email, phone, or Google Hangout) and answering questions about assigned coursework, or about being an Engineering concentrator at Brown, applying to college, life in college, etc.
  • Design project check-in, 2 hours per month - Student Mentor will hold one remote meeting per month (e.g. via Google Hangout) with student teams to support their progress on a year-long engineering design project assignment.
  • Provide support to students' field trip to Brown, 3 hours

The Student Mentor will work under the direction of program instructors, and will coordinate as needed with program staff at the School of Professional Studies.

About us

Brown University’s Pre-College Programs, offered by the University’s School of Professional Studies, enable high school students to experience college-level learning, prepare for academic success, and connect with talented, motivated students from around the world. Brown’s pre-college online courses are rigorous, active learning experiences designed specifically for high school students and led by Brown instructors. The courses foster exciting, dynamic learning communities that encourage curiosity and discovery, teamwork, and networking. Brown’s online instructors are enthusiastic, imaginative educators working at the forefront of online teaching and learning. They work closely with the University’s instructional designers to develop and facilitate courses that exemplify best practices of student-centered design and inquiry-based learning.

Student Wellness Coordinator

Wed, 09/28/2016 - 06:15
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.

After-school Babysitter (Mon, Tue and Thurs)

Wed, 09/28/2016 - 05:37
We are seeking an after-school babysitter to care for our two children, aged 10 (girl) and 8 (boy) on Mon, Tue and Thurs afternoons 3-5pm. Duties include picking up the kids from school (on the East Side), bringing them home, giving them snacks, supervising homework and driving them to after-school activities in the area. The best match for our kids is energetic, curious, funny, game, warm, unflappable and has an interest in socially engaged work. They are a precocious pair!

ENGN0110 Teaching Assistant

Wed, 09/28/2016 - 05:13
TA for The Lean LaunchPad (LLP) is a Wintersession course on how to build a startup using lean startup tools and frameworks. It is a hands-on, intensive, experiential course designed for student teams who are serious about pursuing a startup. The course teaches Customer Development, which requires students to get out of the building and test their business hypotheses with real customers, and uses the Business Model Canvas as a scorecard.


Wed, 09/28/2016 - 04:50
Seeking responsible individual to care for a 7 year old girl. Hours Mon 4-6pm, Tues. 3-6pm, and occasional weekend nights (either Friday or Saturday) from 7pm to 11pm. Duties will include school pickup, preparing snacks, play or walk in the park, and overseeing homework. We live in Blackstone area, but very convenient by Hope St. bus.

Population Studies Training Program Aide

Wed, 09/28/2016 - 04:23
GRADUATE STUDENTS APPLY: The Population Studies and Training Center (PSTC) seeks a Training Program Aide to assist with high-level activities related to the submission of a Population Studies training grant and a data collection effort. Scope: The aide will work closely with the P.I. and PSTC assistant director to carry out the data collection effort, manage central bibliographies, manage NIH peer reviewed articles and compliance requirements, and serve as a project assistant for all related activities. Eligibility: This position is open to graduate students who are not supported on full-time, tuition-based appointments. Please confirm your employment eligibility, as articulated by the Graduate School, before applying. Application: Please send cover letter, CV, and three campus references to Ana Karina Wildman, PSTC assistant director, at by Wednesday, October 5th at 5:00p.m.

Teaching Assistant

Tue, 09/27/2016 - 13:04
Assist in the course development and instruction for the Executive Master in Cybersecurity program for the Human Factors course.

Biology Group Tutors: Genetics / Immuno

Tue, 09/27/2016 - 12:04
To further assist students, the Tutoring Program will be offering limited academic support in the form of group tutoring. We are currently looking for sophomores and juniors who thoroughly know the introductory and intermediate courses in their concentration and feel comfortable answering a wide range of questions. Group Tutors will be responsible for facilitating one hour study sessions of a small group of 3-6 students in a specific course. Group tutors are expected to meet with their group weekly to review important or difficult topics covered in that week, engage students in understanding course objectives, and model the thinking processes needed in the course. There is also a need to have tutors ready to assist students on an individual basis, so this job is looking for student flexibility. Please note that we keep information on file, and will only contact you if your area of expertise is needed and you are granted an interview. Interviews are 20 minutes long, and applicants should be prepared to teach a short 5 minute lesson. DISCIPLINES NEEDED: BIOL 0470 BIOL 0530

Group Tutors: Qualitative Methods in Psychology CLPS 0900

Tue, 09/27/2016 - 10:10
Group Tutors will be responsible for facilitating one hour study sessions of a small group of 3-6 students in a specific course. Group tutors are expected to meet with their group weekly to review important or difficult topics covered in that week, engage students in understanding course objectives, and model the thinking processes needed in the course. Please note that we keep information on file, and will only contact you if your area of expertise is needed and you are granted an interview.

Spanish language tutors

Tue, 09/27/2016 - 08:37
To further assist students, the Dean of the College Office will be offering limited academic support in the form of one-on-one and group tutoring. Tutors will be responsible for assisting students in identifying and accomplishing learning goals for a specific course. Please note that we keep information on file, and will only contact you if your area of expertise is needed and you are granted an interview.

Grader for APMA 0330

Tue, 09/27/2016 - 06:02
Must grade homework papers. You must meet deadlines as specified.