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Help coach Middle School boys' lacrosse team.
Professor Kenneth Wong is seeking Undergraduate and Graduate Research Assistants to help recruit families and collect data for an evaluation of the language environment of young children living in Central Falls and Pawtucket, and potentially other near urban cities. The majority of data will be collected using a Digital Language Processor (DLP). Research Assistants will help recruit families, visit families to explain the project and how to use the DLP, collect the DLPs and drop off new ones, and download data from the DLPs to a computer. The required hours are flexible, but will average 10-15 hours/week at the height of recruitment. The Research Assistants will also be required to interact with families during the day, so must have flexibility in their schedule to work during the day at least a couple days during the week.
To further assist students, the Tutoring Program will be offering limited academic support in the form of group tutoring. We are currently looking for undergraduate sophomores, juniors, or seniors 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: Engn 0520 and 0720
The student will be required to work a variety of positions during aquatic events which may include timing, assistance with technical equipment, hy-tek swimming and diving operation, water polo table operations, announcing, copying and posting of results. In addition, the student will be required to assist with the set-up and break-down of the competition equipment.
Assistant for Professor Estlund during AY 2015 2016. Involves assisting Professor Estlund with his personal research. Includes library research and general editing and proofreading.
To further assist students, the Tutoring Program will be offering limited academic support in the form of group tutoring. We are currently looking for undergraduate 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 two hour study sessions of a small group of 6-8 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: Phys 0030, 0040, 0050, 0060, 0070
The TechTA program is a collaboration of the Dean of the College and CIS' Academic Technology. The TechTA program funds undergraduate teaching assistants to work with faculty exploring the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning. Students will assist the instructor with the use of new classroom technology (e.g., interactive annotation smartboards, automated lecture capture, and video conferencing) or other technology tools for a specific course in which they are currently (or previously) enrolled. Skills with these tools are not required as students will be trained as needed by staff from CIS’ Academic Technology division.
Math tutor who is available to tutor precalculus for three hours/weekday for the next three weeks.
The Opening the Archives Project seeks undergraduate student workers to index digitalized U.S. government documents about Brazil from 1961 to 1980 in metadata platforms for uploading on the Opening the Archives website.
Catering Prep is a slightly unheard of, unique unit in BUDS! Some quick benefits of working here are: you never work with food, you get a paid break during your shift, there are shorter shift options available, no customer service, very laid back environment, less socially taxing than the busier retail units. To get a feel for the vibe of the unit, check out our twitter. @Catering_prep
Do you love the Blue Room?Want to know more about how to work there? Shifts are two to four hours in length between 6am-10pm. Job duties include making sandwiches, brewing coffee beverages, and serving food to customers!
Looking for a job near your dorm? Consider joining the Jo’s family! You’ll work with a mix of union workers and other students and your supervisor will be a Brown student. Shifts at Jo’s are 3-4 hours long, running from 5 pm to 2 am, and the work involves making custom salads, quesadillas, and grilled sandwiches, and interacting with student customers. No experience is necessary, just sign up!
Andrews is the latest and largest addition to the retail units on campus. We specialize in freshly-prepared Asian and Italian cuisine. Andrews has a great working environment with a mix of professionals, union workers and student workers. Shifts are available from between 8 a.m. – 2:30 a.m. No experience is necessary; we just look for eagerness to learn, a positive attitude and a love of food.
The Ivy Room is our smallest Unit - We are a Vegetarian eatery downstairs from the Ratty, open from 7:30pm - 12:00am, with shifts running between 6pm and 1:00am. Because we're the smallest, we also have the greatest emphasis on community! Everyone in the Ivy Room knows each other and loves helping each other out, and every shift is a guaranteed blast. Our *all female* management team keeps the music bumping, and the food creativity alive. When you make your shift meal you can pull ingredients from all stations onto the grill - ask the workers for their favorite combos! It's a whole new side to the Ratty... We encourage you to sign up for shifts with a friend or two and come meet us in the Ivy Room!
The graduate student will develop exhibits related to the Vietnam War and World War II (physical and online exhibits). Tasks include assisting in selection, digitization, design and development of online and physical exhibit, and marketing the finished online exhibition to interested constituencies. •Research and propose materials for exhibits; •Coordinate with Special Collections and Digital Production Services staffs to digitize and create metadata for selected materials for online exhibition; •Coordinate the review of selected physical objects with the Conservation Department; •Write and research exhibition labels; Create an online exhibit; •Expand on exhibit labels to develop a narrative flow for online exhibit; •Consult with appropriate special collections staff on design and orientation for online exhibition.
Music concentrator to assist Prof. Joseph Rovan grading homework assignments programmed in MaxMSP for his MUSC 1210 class, Seminar in Electronic Music: Real-Time Systems.
Sort, load book trucks and shelve all types of Library materials. Help maintain book stacks in good order by shelf reading and shifting materials as needed. Search for missing books. Pull books for transfer to Library Annex. Collect library materials from carrels, copy centers and re-shelving areas. Perform related duties as assigned. -Identify and locate books using available slips. -May work either mornings, afternoons, or a combination of both.
Cutting edge digital scholarship has a home in the Rockefeller Library’s brand new Digital Studio and enhanced Digital Scholarship Lab: these spaces and the equipment they contain support everything from data mining and data visualization, to 3D printing and a/v recording. We need students to help monitor the rooms. Job responsibilities will run the gamut from maintaining an activity log and fielding faculty and student questions about the rooms, to setting up chairs and tables before lectures, filming and editing presentations, and promoting events on social media.
The Intramural Sports department is currently hiring Intramural Inner Tube Water Polo officials to work the Winter league (Nov-March). Officials are responsible for enforcing all intramural rules and policies with the participants - assist with the equipment set up and take down during work shifts - report all injuries, vandalism, equipment needs, or other problems to the Intramural Sports Coordinator.