Graduate Research Assistantship:
Dr. Melody Slashinski, Assistant Professor of Community Health Education, is currently hiring a first or second year Masters of Public Health student to assist with two ongoing qualitative research projects exploring the intersection of mass incarceration and public health. This position is for fall 2016, with possible extension through spring 2017, 10 hours per week, and includes benefits and the tuition fee. Primary responsibilities include: 1. Conduct literature reviews, including but not limited to database searches (e.g. PubMed and JStor) and literature syntheses; 2. Transcribe interview audio recordings; 3. Assist with the preparation of conference presentations; 4. Assist with research grant development; 5. Meet with Dr. Slashinski once per week to discuss progress. Qualifications: To be considered for this position, candidates must have: 1. Previous experience working with qualitative research; 2. Scholarly interest in mass incarceration as a public health issue; 3. Excellent written communication skills; 4. Ability to work independently. Submission: Applicants should submit the following as one PDF document to Dr. Slashinski via email (firstname.lastname@example.org): 1. Cover letter; 2. Resume/CV; 3. Academic writing sample, no more than 15 pages; 4. List of three (3) references with contact information; 5. Department of Health Promotion and Policy Graduate Assistantship Application Form. Deadline: Applications are due by June 15, 2016.
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 email@example.com.
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.