Research Assistant needed for biostatistical research into mixed effects models. Must have experience with applied data analysis, mixed models, and R coding. Formal training in biological simulation methods, stochastic methods, and practical experience with web design are also required. Fall 2016 semester. Open until filled. Application can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teaching Assistantship: Public Health 203
TWO OPEN TA POSITIONS. The weekly commitment for this position is 15 hours per week. Teaching assistants for this class are required to hold at least one hour per week of office hours, scheduled at their convenience but at the same day/time each week, to provide consultation and assistance with enrolled students. TAs are also expected to facilitate and evaluate online discussion forum, respond to student email inquiries within 24 hours, override grading any errors on quizzes and exams as needed, and maintain a first line of contact between students and the instructor. TAs are expected to maintain frequent contact with the instructor to discuss any issues or concerns raised by students. Teaching assistants are expected to attend lectures and be available for students after each class to answer general questions. Deadline for applications is May 13, 2016. Contact Grad Program Director Laura Vandenberg at email@example.com for more info.
Summer Research Assistant
This will around 10 hours/week. Research Assistant position working with Elizabeth Bertone-Johnson to evaluate risk factors for early onset of menopause among members of a large cohort study. Responsibilities include data management, data analysis using UNIX SAS, manuscript preparation. Contact Dr Bertone-Johnson with letter of interest and resume at firstname.lastname@example.org. Open until filled.
Summer Research Assistant (hourly position)
This will around 10 hours/week with flexible hours. Ideal qualifications for an RA would include someone who has excellent programming skills in SAS and Stata, and (preferably) some experience working with health insurance claims data. Applications with less/no programming experience will be considered if they have experience doing literature reviews and good writing skills. The position would be for the summer only, starting in mid-May and ending in August. Applications should be submitted by May 4 and include a resume with relevant experience. Any questions about the position and applications should be sent to email@example.com.
Teaching Assistantship: Public Health 129 Health Care for All
A Teaching Assistantship position is available for the Fall 2016 semester to support the undergraduate course PUBHLTH 129: Health Care for All: Myths and Realities. The teaching assistant will be primarily responsible for grading written exams and papers; assisting in lectures as appropriate; helping to facilitate discussion in the lecture, and having regularly scheduled office hours. Proficiency in both written and verbal English is required. The time commitment is 10 hours per week. The course is scheduled for Tues-Thurs 4:00-5:15. TAs must be available to attend the lectures during that time period. All interested students are encouraged to apply. Interested individuals should send a completed application form to the Office Manager, Gloria Seaman, Department of Health Promotion and Policy Main Office, Arnold House, Room 330 (or via Email to firstname.lastname@example.org ) by 5:00 PM on April 28th, 2016.
Teaching Assistantship: Public Health 290B Intro to Public Health (2 spots)
Two teaching assistantships are available for the Fall 2016 semester to support the undergraduate course PUBHLTH 290B: Introduction to Public Health. The Teaching Assistants (TAs) will be responsible for grading exams and assignments, assisting with media during class sessions, facilitating class discussions, and holding regular office hours. The TAs must be available to attend class sessions (Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00-2:15). The time commitment is 10 hours per week. The TAs will be paid the standard graduate assistantship salary. Applicants must be graduate students with proficiency in written and spoken English. A strong background in public health is preferred. Interested individuals should send a completed application form to the Office Manager, Gloria Seaman, Department of Health Promotion and Policy Main Office, Arnold House, Room 330 (or via Email to email@example.com ) by 5:00 PM on April 28th, 2016.
Research Assistant position to examine sexual orientation health disparities in nutrition and physical activity. Responsibilities include data management, conducting data analyses, assisting in the preparation of manuscripts, and other tasks as specified by the study PI Nicole VanKim. This is a 10 hour per week position. Contact Deb Osowski for more information.
Teaching Assistantship: Public Health 324 Epidemiology in Public Health
This is a 20 hour/week position to serve as a teaching assistant for Pubhlth 324. The TA will assist with grading, supervision of undergraduate course assistants, and other course-related tasks as directed by the supervising faculty. Contact Deb Osowski for more information.
Teaching Assistantship: EPI 630 Principles of Epidemiology
This is a 10 hour/week position to serve as a teaching assistant for EPI 630. The TA will assist with grading, course management, and other course-related tasks as directed by the supervising faculty. Contact Deb Osowski for more information.
Teaching Assistantship: Public Health 160 My Body/My Health
Ten and 20 hour/week TA assistantships available for PUBHLTH 160. Duties will include facilitating discussion in small groups, grading of homework, team projects, attendance and putting the grades in Moodle, supervision of undergraduate teaching assistantships, being in class and weekly TA meeting and other duties assigned. Contact Gloria Seaman for more information.
Doctoral Teaching Assistantship: Public Health Communication/Junior Year Writing
Teach a section of the undergraduate Public Health course Public Health Communication/Junior Year Writing.Strong facilitation and writing skills required. Knowledge of core public health areas required.Experience with health communication a plus. This position requires a monthly or bimonthly one-hour seminar on pedagogy and public health.Position is available for Fall 2016-Spring 2017 academic year with continuation contingent upon funding and successful teaching. Teaching experience and classroom management skills preferred. Must have the following time available in the Fall for teaching: Mon/Wed: 2:30pm-3:45pm; Mon/Wed: 4:00pm-5:15pm; Monday 4:40-7pm; Tuesday 4-6:30; Tuesday/Thursday 10:00am-11:15am; Tuesday/Thursday 11:30am-12:45pm; Tuesday/Thursday 2:30pm-3:45pm.
Please send cover letter and resume to Dr. Gloria DiFulvio. Indicate the course title and possible times in your cover letter. Review of resumes will begin April 11th.