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Graduate Student Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 13 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Alumni & Student Engagement Center
Description: The Graduate Assistant (GA) will support the Academic Advising Center in identifying student needs, and assist in the delivery of student support services to the undergraduate student population (10 hours/week). This GA position offers opportunities to meet one-on-one, and to develop and deliver presentations and workshops to students. **Major Responsibilities** Greet visitors of the Academic Advising Center • Make referrals to advisors and other campus resources • Answer general advising questions; in person, by phone, and email • Work one-on-one with students for academic and student success advising • Participate in the development and delivery of academic advising presentations/workshops • Support centers efforts to develop partnerships across campus • Assist with the collection and analysis of advising data; • The Graduate Assistants will have the opportunity to select additional projects that meet their personal interests or goals.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Requirements: Bachelor's degree completed; enrolled in graduate program at Clark University • Familiarity with the academic advising and programs of study preferred • Ability to interact with a diverse student population • Able to maintain confidentiality of appropriate information • Ability to work collaboratively with other students, faculty, and staff • Demonstrate professionalism when working with faculty, staff, and students
Contact: Evette Walters
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Carlson School of Chemistry

Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 06 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Sackler Science Center
Description: Course Assistant for CHEM 131-Organic Chemistry. Course meets 11:00 am -12:00 pm, MWF. This student will assist the professor with the lecture component of the course for 5 hours per week. **The CA will check daily homework assignments for completion and provide minor feedback. **Occasionally assist with exam grading. **Enter homework and exam results into spreadsheets. **CA does not need to attend lectures unless desired for personal growth. **Hours are flexible, but will need to check homework before each class.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Basic knowledge of organic chemistry (equivalent to a "B" minimum in ORG01). **Familiarity with simple spreadsheets. **Ability to self-manage your own time.
Contact: Professor Charles Jokobsche
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Dept - IDCE

Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 06 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: IDCE House
Description: Course Assistant for ID121, Culture, Health, and Development. **Class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-10:15 am; discussion sections meet Tuesdays and Wednesdays 6-6:50 pm. **This teaching assistant will attend class lectures, run discussion sections, assist with grading. **The CA will also help maintain the course Moodle site and hold office hours as needed.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Strong background in social sciences, particularly medical anthropology. **Ability to foster interactive discussions and encourage student participation. **First-hand experience in global health or public health highly desirable.
Contact: Professor Ellen Foley
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Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 09 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: IDCE House
Description: This is a CA for ID 120-Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. The class meets Mondays and Wednesdays 12-1:15 pm and discussion sections meet Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00-6:50 pm. This CA will assist classroom management, media presentation, and attendance/participation records during class meeting times (3 hrs/week); will lead two discussion sessions (2 hrs in session & 1hr prep session with professor/wk); will help create and grade weekly reading/vocabulary quizzes (1.5 hrs/wk); will assist in grading of written assignments and exams (2 hrs/wk); and will respond to general student inquiries related to syllabus and course requirements and referring other inquiries to professor (.5hrs/wk).
Qualifications/
Requirements:
**must be familiar with anthropology topics, theories, and vocabulary and able to relate them to provided examples and case studies. **ability to communicate course requirements to students and report student concerns and questions to professor. **ability to use Microsoft Office, Powerpoint, and Excel. **effective time management.
Contact: Professor Sarah Mitchell
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Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 20 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: TBD
Description: Course Assistant for IDCE 302 - Python Programming. Course meets Mondays & Thursdays 2:50 pm - 4:05 pm (2nd Module) Discussion section will meet Tuesdays 10:25am - 11:40am (second module). The Course Assistant (CA) will primarily assist students directly during lab sessions to troubleshoot any problems that arise in their scripting. CA may also be called on to prepare lab materials prior to the lab sessions, and to grade submitted assignments.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
CA is expected to have taken the courses Python Programming (IDCE 302) and Computer Programming for GIS (IDCE 30274), and it is desirable that they have implemented Python scripts into their independent work.
Contact: Professor Nick Cuba
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Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 20 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: TBD
Description: Course Assistant for Python Programming - IDCE 302. This course meets Mondays & Thursdays 2:50 pm-4:05pm (first module) and lab sessions Tuesdays 10:25am - 11:40am (first module). Course Assistant (CA) will primarily assist students directly during lab sessions to troubleshoot any problems that arise in their scripting. CA may also be called on to prepare lab materials prior to the lab sessions, and to grade submitted assignments.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
CA is expected to have taken the courses Python Programming (IDCE 302) and Computer Programming for GIS (IDCE 30274), and it is desirable that they have implemented Python scripts into their independent work.
Contact: Professor Nick Cuba
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Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 20 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: IDCE House
Description: Course: EN101- Environmental Science & Policy: Introductory Case Studies. Meets Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00 - 1:15 pm. EN 101 is a highly interactive course intended to pique students' interest in environmental science and policy through in-depth case studies focused on forest conservation, water pollution, food systems, and climate change. The course assistant will work with students to prepare presentations of readings, assist in organizing in-class activities, grade writing assignments, helping to organize field trips, and providing technical support including updating the course Moodle site. The course assistant may be invited to provide a short guest lecture or two depending on experience.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
The course assistant should have a combination of coursework and research or other work experience in environmental science and/or policy. He/she should have strong writing and oral communication skills and be ready to provide students with constructive feedback to improve their writing and presentation skills.
Contact: Morgan Ruelle
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Dept - LEEP Center

Graduate Assistant for Special Projects, 2018-19 - 1 opening

Posted date: 16 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: LEEP Center, ASEC Building
Description: The LEEP Center is seeking a Graduate Assistant to assist the Director of Special Projects with designing curricula and tool kits for faculty, staff, and students. These resources will large focus on themes related to: applied/hands-on learning, community and employer connections, student professionalism, cultural competency/social justice, and compliance issues ** Duties will include: **Assist with designing and developing teaching and mentoring resources for faculty, staff, and students ** Assist with developing resources using a variety of digital media, including videos, infographics, etc.** This position is approximately 10-15 hours per week and aside from weekly scheduled meetings, most hours are flexible based on the student’s schedule. ** The pay rate is $13 an hour. The maximum amount allotted for each semester is $2,000.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Qualifications preferred: ** Clark student currently enrolled in a 5th year Accelerated Degree Program. Experience and/or comfort with digital media, including making videos, infographics, MS PowerPoint, etc ** Experience and/or comfort with designing curricula and developing resources for varied audiences. ** Strong oral and written communication skills** Ability to work autonomously; reliable ** Please send a cover letter and resume to midavis@clarku.edu. The applications review process will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Contact: Micki Davis
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Dept - Peace Studies

Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 09 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: TBD
Description: Seeking a Course Assistant for Introduction to Peace Studies PSTD 101. The class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:15-5:30 pm. Preference will be given to students with knowledge of peace studies, or a related field(s), but experience in social justice movements and organizing will also be considered. An interest in teaching is desired.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
The position is 10-12 per week, and will include attending all classes, taking attendance, some grading, engaging students, and an opportunity to teach one unit based on the chosen candidate's area of expertise relative to the course.
Contact: Professor Jacque Micieli-Voutsinas
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Dept - Political Science

Course Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 09 Aug 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Jefferson Academic Center
Description: Course Assistant for PSCI155: Roots of Political Theory. The course meets Tuesdays and Fridays 1:25-2:40 pm. The CA will keep track of daily homework assignments; assist in evaluation of exams and tests; hold weekly office hours; conduct review sessions before exams.
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Prior coursework in political theory - preference given to students who have taken this course before.
Contact: Professor Robert Boatright
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English Department

Graduate Program Student Assistant - 1 opening

Posted date: 30 May 2018

Type: Non-Work Study Only
Location: Anderson House
Description: The English Department is seeking a responsible and personable graduate student, preferably at the Ph.D. level, beginning August 2018 and ideally continuing at least through the 2018-19 academic year. Job Description: This position is for 8 hours per week. The Graduate Program Student Assistant is responsible for administratively assisting the Director of Graduate Studies in English. At times, s/he will also assist the Managerial Secretary in the English Department to support the efficient management of the English Department’s front office. Pay is $12/hour. ***Key Responsibilities: •Assisting the administration of the M.A. Program •Preparing the Department newsletter, The English Times, in PDF format and distributing it •Assisting with the design and printing of colloquium flyers •Keeping in touch with current and alum M.A. students in English and sharing news on the Department’s Facebook page •Working with Ms. Denise Robertson to process graduating students’ degree applications •Organizing and administering T.A. Evaluations at the end of each semester •Organizing a Pizza Feedback Lunch for M.A. students in English and perhaps another luncheon event each semester •Ordering and setting up refreshments for the Department Colloquium •Setting up the projector whenever a Colloquium presenter requires it •Other duties as assigned
Qualifications/
Requirements:
Qualifications/Requirements: Excellent communication skills (written and verbal); good organizational skills with the ability to multitask; the ability to manage the English Department’s Facebook page; computer skills (Microsoft Office proficient); time management skills. Candidates should be available to work on Wednesday afternoons (the day of our colloquia series). Preferred criteria are an advanced graduate student who is finished with coursework; and some interest in or academic experience in the humanities. Interested candidates should email a résumé to Stephen Levin (slevin@clarku.edu).
Contact: Professor Stephen Levin
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