The committee that brings you this site, the Coordination of Undergraduate Research Committee, invites students and faculty to meet and discuss research opportunities this Wednesday, May 6th, from 3-5:00pm, N119. Download the Research Mixer’s schedule of events.
- Participate in the production of presentations, boards, publications, newsletters, and portfolios;
- Develop content for website and social media;
- Assist with market research and business development activities;
- Coordinate production of qualifications packages, proposals, presentation materials in Adobe InDesign;
- Coordinate social media content.
- Matriculated in a college/university for Marketing, Art History, English, Philosophy, or Critical Theory;
- Has a passion for branding, business development, and marketing with a genuine interest in press, social media, public image;
- An interest in art, graphic design, and urbanism an asset;
- Strong command of English language required;
- Strong aesthetic sense required;
- Fluency in Adobe Creative Suite;
- Able to commit between 20 to 40 hours per week.
TITLE: Communications Intern
PROGRAM/OFFICE: External Relations, New York, NY
REPORTS TO: Director, External Relations
LENGTH/TIMELINE: Summer 2015; 20 – 35 hours/week
EngenderHealth is a leading global women’s health organization committed to ensuring that every pregnancy is planned, every child is wanted, and every mother has the best chance at survival. In 20 countries around the world, we train health care professionals and partner with governments and communities to make high-quality family planning and sexual and reproductive health services available—today and for generations to come.
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Research Internship, Research & Evaluation Division
New York, NY
About the Institute of International Education:
The Institute of International Education (IIE) is among the world’s largest and most experienced international exchange organizations, dedicated to increasing the capacity of people to think and work on a global and intercultural basis. Founded in 1919 as an independent, nonprofit organization, IIE is committed to delivering program excellence to a diverse range of participants, sponsors and donors.
About the Research and Evaluation Division:
The internship is based in IIE’s New York Office with the Research and Evaluation division, which conducts research and evaluation projects on behalf of the U.S. government and other private and public sponsors. The intern will work on IIE’s Open Doors® (www.iie.org/opendoors[iie.org]), an annual statistical survey of international educational mobility in the United States. By assisting with Open Doors, the intern will have an opportunity to gain experience working on a large-scale national research project that is a valued resource in the field of international education. The intern will also assist with Project Atlas® (www.iie.org/projectatlas[iie.org]), a global community of national agencies, country representatives and academic mobility researchers who collaborate to collect and report comparable data on global student mobility.
Internship Scope of Work:
The intern will help with survey administration, data cleaning, and data analysis related to Open Doors and Project Atlas. The intern will participate in preparing presentations, graphics, website updates, and research reports. Skills required include basic knowledge of survey research and basic statistics, attention to detail, strong analytical ability, and proficiency in Excel. Knowledge of SPSS is beneficial, but not required.
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WOMEN’S PUBLIC SERVICE
The City University of New York is proud to offer an exciting Fall internship opportunity in New York City for selected students. The Program will be coordinated by the Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program in Government & Public Affairs and designated officers at each of the City University’s colleges. The CUNY Women’s Public Service Internship Program will provide highly qualified individuals the opportunity to learn by doing in the offices of selected legislators working to benefit women and promote women’s issues in New York.
Applications are now available from your Campus Faculty Coordinator or Student Affairs Office, or can be downloaded in PDF format here. Applications and all supporting materials must be submitted by July 14, 2015!
The Program is open to any student who has completed 30 credits by the Fall 2015 term. Any major may apply, but students who wish to be considered should demonstrate an interest in women’s issues and policies in New York. Applicants must carry a 3.0 GPA, and must submit 2 confidential faculty recommendation forms along with their applications. Award: CUNY will award $ 2,000 to each student.
Selected participants will be eligible to earn academic credit by enrolling in a seminar and internship course on their college campus.
Interns will be expected to serve 10-15 hours per week for the duration of the fall semester. Placement will be in the local offices of female legislators at the city, state and national levels. For further information please contact your Campus Faculty Coordinator or designated college officer.
Students intern 10-15 hours per week.
Students will receive $2,000.00.
Applicants must have completed at least 30 credits, carry a 3.0 GPA, and must submit 2 confidential recommendation forms.
Students seeking academic credit must attend a weekly seminar at their college.
Deadline is July 14, 2015 for Fall 2015 participation.
All majors may apply (Please see your Campus Faculty Coordinator CFC).
Download Application here.
Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Location: River Pavilion and Galleria, Jacob Javits Center, New York
As a graduate student at the nation’s leading urban public research university, you will have access to a rich and varied learning environment. We offer more than 800 graduate degree programs, over 100 research centers and 21 world-class libraries. Our graduate students have access to 13 senior colleges and professional schools in the CUNY network. Beyond our campuses, you will enjoy the blend of culture, entertainment, business and social energy that makes New York the greatest city in the world. There is a CUNY graduate program that is the right fit for you. Start your search here.
NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL JOB POSTING
Position: Summer Intern
Work Hours: 10-15 per week
Office: Council Member Andrew Cohen
Number of Positions: 1
Open Date: February 20, 2015
Close Date: March 31, 2015
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Office of Council Member Andrew Cohen is seeking a motivated intern with an interest in public service, city government, legislation, and public policy. Interns are expected to undertake projects on budget initiatives, answering and addressing constituent concerns, planning and participating in community outreach events, in addition to the various administrative duties that are part of running a city council office.
Interns must be capable of creative and analytical thinking, possess strong oral and written communication skills, display initiative and determination, and serve as a good representative of New York City Council.
Undergraduate/graduate students currently enrolled in a college or university, in good standing, are encouraged to apply.
This is an unpaid internship.
HOW TO APPLY
Qualified candidates should forward a cover letter and resume by March 31, 2015:
FAX: (212) 791-5266
Attention: Kate Theobald
While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
THE NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Interested in participating in research (described below) conducted at the CUNY Graduate Center? Anyone interested may contact: email@example.com
SPANISH SPEAKERS NEEDED FOR A LANGUAGE STUDY
Our study aims to offer new evidence into the nature of language change in the Spanish speaking community of New York City. In the first session, participants will listen to Spanish sentences while we measure the brain’s reactions using ERPs (Event Related Potentials). In the second session, participants will provide acceptability judgments about Spanish sentences. The ERP procedure involves wearing a sensor cap during the experiment and is completely non-invasive.
**Participants must meet the following selection criteria:**
First Generation Spanish Speakers
Second Generation Spanish Speakers
• 18 – 50 years old
• 18 – 50 years old
• Came to the US after age 18
• Born in the US or arrived before age 8
• Born and raised in Spanish-speaking Latin American country
• Parents born and raised in Cuba, Dominican Republic, or Puerto Rico
Participants who meet the selection criteria after screening will be paid $80 for completion of the study.
Total expected time commitment: 4 hours (over 2 sessions)
Testing will take place at:
The Graduate Center
City University of New York
365 Fifth Ave. (between 34th & 35th)
New York, New York 10016
For further information, please contact:
Gita Martohardjono (Principal Investigator) Second Language Acquisition Laboratory The Graduate Center, CUNY
firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 817-8525
This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of CUNY Graduate Center.
NEST: Noyce Explorers, Scholars, Teachers
A NSF Funded Initiative to Develop Extraordinary STEM Teachers
Interested in becoming a high school or middle school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Teacher in New York?
The NEST initiative will
- Provide early classroom teaching experiences
- Mentor you toward and through STEM teacher training
- Provide exciting Science and Teaching workshops
- Offer Scholarships
How can you get involved? How much will you get paid?
- Teaching Internships $750/semester
- 3-week Summer STEM workshop $600
- Exciting STEM workshops in Spring and Fall
- Scholarships for Future STEM Teachers $10,000/year
Attending information sections
- February 19, 2015, 12PM-2PM, Namm Hall 0908
- March 2, 2015, 12PM-2PM, Namm Hall 0908
- April 16, 2015, 12PM-2PM, Namm Hall 0908
- May 7, 2105, 12PM-2PM, Namm Hall 0908
To apply or for more information contact Noyce Program Coordinator, Ms. Lusine Gasparyan, email@example.com or
Dr. Fangyang Shen
Computer Systems Technology
Dr. Andrew Douglas
Department of Mathematics