Internship available for doctoral students in the humanities and humanistic social science disciplines notice of a Fall 2019 internship opportunity offered through the PublicsLab. This position is for a Research Ethics Internship with the ACLU. The Research Ethics Intern would manage the development of new standards and procedures in the ACLU’s research efforts. They seek someone with experience in IRB, human subjects research protocol, and empirical research. Please see the attached PDF for more detail about the position and qualifications.
This internship is administered and funded through the PublicsLab. Compensation will be $5000 for 150 hours of work over the course of the semester. Level 2 and 3 doctoral students are eligible.
The application for this position is available through GC Connect. For more information about GC Connect, please click here. Applications will be accepted until 10 June 2019.
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Fall 2019 Internship available for LII and LIII doctoral students in humanities and social science:
This position is for a Process Improvement and Evaluation Internship with Lenox Hill Neighborhood House. Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, widely recognized as one of New York’s premier human services providers, is a 125-year-old settlement house that provides an extensive array of effective and integrated services—social, educational, legal, health, housing, mental health, nutritional and fitness—which significantly improve the lives of thousands of people in need each year, ages 3 to 103, on the East Side of Manhattan.
The primary focus of this internship will be assisting in the development of a predicative algorithm to better balance caseloads in the Geriatric Care Management program. The Neighborhood House’s Geriatric Care Management Program provides comprehensive care management services to 1,800 frail and homebound older adults living on the East Side of Manhattan from 14th Street to 143rd Street. Although it is a quantitative project, they require only familiarity with Excel and an interest in learning more. More information about the position and desired qualifications may be found in the attached PDF.
This internship is administered and funded through the PublicsLab. Level II and Level III doctoral students in any humanities or social science discipline are invited to apply. The PublicsLab will compensate 150 hours of work with a $5000 stipend.
The application for this position is available through GC Connect. For more information about GC Connect, please click here. Questions about the project should be directed to me. Applications will be accepted until 10 June 2019.
Please find attached two paid summer internships with Ithaka S + R, one Educational Transformation Internship and one Libraries, Scholarly Communication, and Museums Intern.
This internship is open to level three doctoral students.
Applications will be submitted through GC Connect, the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development’s job and internship database (search under job postings for Ithaka S + R, Job ID 3671 and 3672). The applications are due on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. If you plan to apply but have not used GC Connect, detailed instructions can be found here: https://careerplan.commons.gc.cuny.edu/services Please submit your CV/resume and a thoughtful cover letter about why you are a good fit for Ithaka S +R.
The Maysles Documentary Center seeks part-time projectionists to cover public screenings and cinema rentals. Responsibilities include some front of house management such as ticketing and guest relations. Must be available to work some nights and weekends. Preferred candidates will have some operational experience with DCI-compliant cinema systems, as well as familiarity with common digital formats such as DCP, BD/DVD, and Quicktime files (Prores, h264, etc.). Experience handling and projecting 16mm film, availability some days at 5:30 and living locally is a plus.
To apply, please email email@example.com a resume/cover letter or a brief introduction about why you are interested in working at Maysles/as a projectionist!
Statistics Consultant at the Quantitative Research Consulting Center (QRCC)—deadline to apply is May 1
Are you the go-to stats person in your department? Have you helped fellow students run stats or interpret their results for papers? If you’re the type of person who is great at explaining statistical analyses, then come join the new Quantitative Research Consulting Center (QRCC), a Provost’s Office initiative.
We are seeking a CUNY graduate student to join the statistical consultant team. The graduate student consultant will support students, post-docs, and faculty in two areas: statistical methods and statistical packages. The job will consist of Consultancy (75%) and Prep & Admin (25%), including:
– meeting with researchers across disciplines to:
– address student and faculty questions,
– analyze research goals, associated data, and statistical needs,
– making statistical concepts and results understood, and
– implement discipline-specific statistical best practices;
– assisting students and faculty in using a variety of statistical software by explaining software output and troubleshooting.
The qualified graduate student consultant is someone who has strong quantitative AND interpersonal skills. The required qualifications are:
– Passion about statistics and research design and excitement about the idea of answering a broad range of advanced statistical questions from a large and diverse clientele
– In-depth knowledge of statistics (especially with experimental designs, multivariate methods, linear and generalized linear regression analysis, sampling/survey data, and mixed effects model techniques) as well as hands-on experience running a broad range of statistical tests
– Interest and willingness to explore new tools and methodologies that can be applied to student and faculty research problems in diverse fields
– Deep, hands-on experience with at least one open source analytics language (e.g., R, Python) OR one commercial analytic tool (e.g., SAS, SPSS, STATA, MATLAB, HLM)
– Aptitude for explaining statistical methods, interpreting data outputs, and articulating findings by tailoring communication to the level and experience of the audience (e.g., using analogies, visual and other techniques)
– Ability to quickly come up to speed on and contribute to quantitative research projects by asking meaningful and relevant questions
– Strong listening skills to formulate direct, responsive answers to questions, and a commitment to providing excellent customer service
– Ability to deal with multiple issues simultaneously and to handle ambiguity
This position is a Grad B position plus a small fellowship award bringing the total compensation to $13,345 for 10 hours a week of work for 30 weeks (the Fall and Spring semesters). It provides NYSHIP eligibility and in-state tuition for students within their first 10 registered semesters of doctoral study. Potential for additional work and compensation for the summer months depending on financial availability.
Applications will be submitted through GC Connect, the Office of Career Planning and Professional Development’s job and internship database (search under job postings for QRCC Statistical Consulting Fellowship Job ID 3698). The applications are due on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. If you plan to apply but have not used GC Connect, detailed instructions can be found here: https://careerplan.commons.gc.cuny.edu/services Please submit your CV/resume and a thoughtful cover letter about why you are interested in working in the QRCC.