A student worker is needed to assist in a project focused on early childhood development in Africa and Asia with Dr. Abbie Raikes. Duties to include:
- Preparation of manuscripts for publication;
- Preparation of training materials to post on a new online community for training on child development in sub-Saharan Africa;
- Work on literature reviews as needed;
- Other duties as assigned.
Experience in data management and analyses preferred; strong writing and communication skills required.
Estimated 10-15 hours a week, beginning as soon as possible and extending through the end of May, 2017.
Please send resume directly to Dr. Raikes.
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A PhD Candidate on campus is seeking student workers to assist with data entry.
See a description of the tasks in the document below. Interested students should contact Dr. Fang Yu or Brenda Nickol for further instructions.
hiring short-term student workers for data entry
Deadline: until filled
The United Way of the Midlands is looking for student workers to assist in research functions relating to the mapping of assets and needs of our food system and food security in the Omaha Council Bluffs metro area. This work will include designing and administering surveys, researching local and national data and trends, cleaning and analyzing data, conducting interviews, and summarizing results and conclusions.
View the job description and instructions for applying below.
Food Mapping Research Assistant Position_UWM
VOLUNTEER RESEARCH POSITION IN DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
This posting is for a part-time research position, approximately 8-hours per week, for an individual with good database and statistics skills, who is interested in receiving publication credit on papers/posters related to patients with liver disease or Parkinson’s disease.
Duties will include: data entry from pre-existing score sheets into an excel database; use of SPSS and/or SAS or other software to perform both basic and higher level statistical analyses of the data, in conjunction with guidance from UNMC statisticians; manuscript preparation and publication; and possibly poster presentation(s).
Duration of this project is flexible, but a minimum of 4-months is required.
View instructions in the document below.
VOLUNTEER RESEARCH POSITION IN DIVISION OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY