Graduate Teaching Assistantship (PubHlth 540 Introductory Biostatistics ONLINE)
10 hours/week. This is a fully online section of PubHlth 540. The TA for this section will be doing extensive online assistance with students' questions. He or she will also assist with grading. If interested, please send cover letter and completed application to Deb Osowski.
Graduate Teaching Assistantship (PubHlth 640 Introductory Biostatistics)
10 hours/week. Reproduce existing STATA illustrations and handouts for users of R and SAS. Afterwards, if there is time, assist with grading. Applicant should be skilled in both SAS and R. Additional skill with Stata desired, but not essential. Must have completed course or its equivalent. If interested, please send cover letter and completed application to Deb Osowski.
Graduate Teaching Assistantship (PubHlth 690T Applied Statistical Genetics)
10 hours/week. Grade homework assignments, hold office hours/help sessions in department computer labs. Applicant should have completed course or its equivalent. Experience with R is required. If interested, please send cover letter and completed application to Deb Osowski.
Graduate Teaching Assistantship (The DNA Experience: PUBHLTH 490PI)
Description: 10 hours/week. The DNA Experience is a molecular biology-based laboratory course for undergraduate public health majors. Dr. Pilsner is looking for an extremely well-organized individual to assist with laboratory set-up and assisting students with the laboratory modules. The TA is required to have experience in some, if not all, techniques used in this course including reagent/solution preparation, DNA isolation, agarose gel electrophoresis, PCR and/or primer design. TA must also have excellent communication and troubleshooting skills as well as the ability to work with others and to instruct experiments to student lab groups. LABORATORY EXPERIENCE IS AN ABSOLUTE REQUIREMENT. Qualified individuals should contact Dr. Pilsner at email@example.com and provide a CV/resume and a description (short paragraph) of your laboratory experience relevant to this course.
10 hours/week beginning January 2015. Two-year project centered on training multiple members (clinicians and non-clinicians) who work in an inner city clinic in Springfield. Trainings will focus on cultural competence, goal setting and awareness of local resources. The RA will assist staff to coordinate and conduct trainings, ensure consistency across topics, help to develop the infrastructure for training evaluations, and work with a specified team of providers to use new knowledge to implement a shared medical appointment focused on diabetes. Additional responsibilities will be assigned as demanded by the project. Please email Dr. Stuart Chipkin with your CV/resume to apply.
Teaching Assistantship (Center for Teaching and Faculty Development)
20 hours/week. Open until filled. For more information, read the Graduate School's job posting.
Health Educator (part-time)
The health educator will recruit and educate participants in English and Spanish for a National Institutes of Health funded prenatal and postpartum lifestyle intervention. For more information and application instructions, view the full Health Educator job ad.
Health Interviewer (part-time)
The Interviewer will conduct in-person interviews for a National Institutes of Health funded prenatal and postpartum lifestyle intervention in English and Spanish. For more information and application instructions, view the full Health Interviewer job ad.