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IDCE

TA Grader - 1 opening

Posted date: 13 Jan 2017

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: IDCE
Description: Course: GIS for International Development (IDCE 30306) Please note: that this is a 7-week module taught March 13-May 1, 2017. Course time-Mondays & Thursdays 1:25-2:40 pm and Lab time-Fridays 9-10:15 am.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
The TA will be required to: attend the class(es) each week; hold office hours each week; complete lab exercises, homework assignments, and class readings prior to class; conduct lab sessions; grade homework assignments, post comments and grades to Moodle; help with grading final projects at the end of the semester; do occasional photocopying and scanning of the materials; upload course materials to Moodle and data sets to class share.
Contact: Professor Yelena Ogneva-Himmelberger
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Multicultural and First Generation Student Support

Graduate Assistant - 2 openings

Posted date: 07 Dec 2016

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Dana Commons, 1st Floor
Description: Multicultural and First Generation Student Support is currently recruiting for next year's Graduate Assistant team. This dynamic duo will work together to support the development of the student of color and First Generation community through supporting the development and execution of the ACE Summer Institute, Connections@Clark (pre-Orientation access programs), monthly workshops, Sisters In Stride, FOCUS, and Queer Students of Color (QSOC) through advising/mentoring undergraduates, Program development, and workshop facilitation. Flexible hours, some evenings/weekends. Work hours will vary.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Must have an in-depth understanding of the needs and experiences of the student of color and first-generation student communities and a demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion. Previous workshop facilitation experience. Helping or advising skills. MS Office proficiency required; Photoshop or Illustrator proficiency is a plus. Members of the ALANA (Asian-, Latinx-, African-, Native-American), Multiracial or first generation student communities are especially encouraged to apply. To apply send a cover letter outlining your interest and qualification, a resume, and two reference to HHaywood@clarku.edu
Contact: Hayley Haywood
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V&PA

TA Grader - 1 opening

Posted date: 17 Jan 2017

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: V&PA
Description: Course: ARTH010 Stone Age to our Age - Course time: Mondays & Wednesdays 11-11:50 am with discussion groups Fridays 11-1 and 1:25-3:25 (optional for the grader). This position is a grader for the introductory art history survey.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
This position requires an attention to detail in grading, and an appreciation for how students learn to write about expressive works (in this case, visual art works). Some exposure to art history is strongly preferred, at the undergraduate or graduate level. There are three exams given in this course, and the grader will be expected to grade each within about 7 days, so time management is also important. The exams will consist of short answer questions and essay questions, so the grader needs to be able to evaluate content and quality across the span of student exam takers. The grader will need to attend the lectures on Monday and Wednesday 11-11:50, since the content for the exams is largely based on the lectures, and may attend (but is not required to) the discussion sections, led by art history senior majors, on Fridays.
Contact: Kristina Wilson
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