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The position entails delivering food and beverage supplies to Retail dining units on Campus, Express and Pizza deliveries to administrative offices, restocking and other administrative duties Student will report to Dining Services professional managers.
Assistant for Professor Estlund. Involves assisting Professor Estlund with his personal research. Includes library research and general editing and proofreading.
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.
Room available in a historic East Side home in Providence in exchange for help with young children, family pets, and light housework during the months of May and June while the mom recovers from surgery. Our need: We are looking for a flexible and cheerful person who will move into our home and provide early morning (7-9AM) and late afternoon/early evening assistance (plus some help on weekends) for our family. We have two young children (2 year old daughter and 6 month old son) and three pets. I will be undergoing surgery and will be unable to lift the children, laundry, groceries, etc and need an extra set of hands. Ideally, we hope to find someone with childcare experience, a valid driver’s license, and comfort with animals. What we offer: Live on the historic East Side of Providence on the third floor of our home in a private room with a bathroom. We live one block off Hope Street and our location is walkable to Brown University and RISD, Blackstone Boulevard, and all of the shops and restaurants on Hope Street. Hours and additional pay are negotiable based upon your schedule and our needs. Who might be a good fit: Are you in transition between school and work? Are you a college student planning on staying in Providence for a summer session to take classes? Do you have an internship and need to save money on housing? If this scenario is appealing to you, I encourage you to contact us. We’re not exactly sure what our needs will be or how this arrangement might work for you, but we’d love to figure it out together.
I am a visual artist and I need someone with some photography experience and equipment to photograph my large art pieces for an upcoming show in June 2017 and my website. Price can be discussed as hourly or job completion.
I'm looking for a guitar teacher for my 13 year old son. He has some experience with the guitar, but not a whole lot.
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
Assist with the following: Coordinating events that are pertinent to the academic and social goals of Brown SciencePrep Develop lessons in different math and science courses Organizing the Mentoring Program, pairing together high school students and members of BSP mentors, in order to engage and excite high school students in the sciences Developing a network with science, math and engineering departments, both internal and external to Brown
Officiate Intramural Indoor Soccer games and enforce all league rules & policies. Assist with league set up & break down. Report all injuries, vandalism, equipment needs or any problems. Develop a good rapport and strong communication between yourself and intramural participants.
This position will assist with projects related to the history of women and feminism. Responsibilities will include administrative support of oral histories and manuscript collections.
Professor Robert Blair is seeking a team of 5-7 undergraduate research assistants for a new research project on UN peacekeeping in sub-Saharan Africa. This project will involve building a dataset that captures highly disaggregated peacekeeping activities across all UN missions in sub-Saharan Africa since 1989. "Peacekeeping activities" will be defined broadly, and will include everything from media training to election monitoring to justice sector reform. Data will be gleaned and coded from the publicly-available reports that each UN mission prepares for the Secretary General on a quarterly (or more frequent) basis. Training will begin sometime in April (or May for those unable to commit to training during the semester), and data collection will occur over the summer.
Shifts are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings 7-11pm. The Intramural Sports Department is seeking dependable Flag Football officials for the Springl season. Officials enforce all league rules & policies and assist with league set up & break down. Officials report all injuries, vandalism, equipment needs or other problems to the site supervisor.
Assist the Intramural Sports Supervisors with the administration of the Intramural Softball including serving as game umpires, reporting game results, answering participants questions and other duties as assigned.
Public Safety is looking for a student to manage its social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram). Job responsibilities include but are not limited to: *Create a comprehensive social media strategy to increase visibility and promotion of DPS services. *Monitor trends in social media tools and appropriately apply that knowledge to increasing the use of social media at the Department of Public Safety. *Strategize with, and educate, the management team and other personnel across the department on incorporating relevant social media techniques into all of the departments products and services. *Assist Community Relations staff with updating website content
My son Caleb loves physics. Go figure. He wants to learn more. This is not for school, just to fuel his passion so we're pretty flexible on what you can teach. The important thing is to have a lesson plan each week and work through it with him. You could focus on the second law of thermodynamics or what it's like to fall into a black hole. It shouldn't feel like a class--just fun, something he enjoys. He goes to Wheeler School so he'll be able to meet you somewhere near Brown. Obviously, knowledge of some physics is necessary, but you also need to have some experience working with kids his age or at least love working with kids. He went as Schrödinger's cat for Halloween (his idea, I swear). This is him: http://tinyurl.com/h6pp2pj