My company, which specializes in museum research and evaluation, is looking to hire one graduate student to administer questionnaires as part of a research study of school field trips to the Columbus Museum of Art. We believe that the desired qualities needed for data collectors aligns with the experience and interests of students in the Ohio State University Educational Studies department. The types of data we need help collecting are:
- Administering questionnaires to students in the classroom within the Columbus City School District. The pay is $20 per hour.
More details about the position are below. Training will be provided on Thursday, November 17, but experience in data collection methods similar to those described above is preferred. Interested students can contact me, Erin Wilcox, at email@example.com with the following information:
- A resume that describes their data collection experiences.
- In the email, students should describe their availability to participate in a training on Thursday, November 17. They should also describe their general availability to collect data in November and December.
Erin Milbeck Wilcox
Research Associate, RK&A
Learn with us:
2417 B Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22301
I am so glad that you are considering and/or have registered for this unique mentoring opportunity. Report card conferences will be held Thursday, November 3,2016. The school address is 1160 Ann St. Columbus, OH 43206.
Here are some important details about the event:
- Parking is available along Ann Street surrounding the school or in the lot on the corner of Ann Street and Stewart Avenue.
- Please enter the building through the cafeteria(Stewart Ave. side) where the training session and conferences will take place.
- Introductions and training will begin at 8:00 a.m. The brief training (10-15 minutes) will be facilitated by myself.
- Students will be brought from their classrooms to the cafeteria for their 5-10 minute sessions with volunteers.
- You can expect to meet with 8 to10 students depending on attendance and time constraints.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Have a great day!
||William K. Ragland II
School Transformation Facilitator, Columbus OH
Talent Development Secondary
2701 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Cell: (614) 348-6664
Dear Graduate Student in Educational Studies,
I am writing to invite you to to participate in the proseminar class, “Graduate Student Confidential” Many of you may remember this class from your own proseminar experience and how helpful it was. I am writing to ask those of you who are a few years into your program to share what you have learned with your first-year colleagues.
The class is on Nov. 30 from 7:10-9:48 in Ramseyer 059
As the faculty instructor, I will not be present so that you all can talk with ease. JP Oehrtman, the course Graduate Teaching Assistant will be organizing and leading this class. Please reply directly to him at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to get a diverse group of students there from various programs and at various stages of doctoral studies pre and post-candidacy.
Please email JP and let him know if you’re interested and include:
Your full name
Your program area (e.g. HESA, EPP, ESPHE etc)
Year in the program and whether your are pre or post candidacy.
Thank you so much for considering and helping out your colleagues. Your participation is a critical component of this class.
The Undergraduate Research Office and University Libraries’ 10th Annual Fall Undergraduate Research Student Poster Forum, will be held on Thursday, September 15, 2016, in the Buckeye Reading Room at Thompson Library. This is not a judged forum with awards, but provides an opportunity for student presenters to showcase their summer research as well as gain valuable presentation experience. Graduate and professional students from all disciplines are needed to provide reviews of 2-3 posters. Students are eager to receive formal feedback about their posters and oral presentations and discuss their research with others. This could be a great mentoring experience for you as well!
The Forum will feature three poster sessions throughout the day:
Session 1: 11:00 am-12:30 pm
Session 2: 12:45 pm-2:15 pm
Session 3: 2:30 pm-4:00pm
Students from a variety of disciplines will be presenting their work during each session. Please choose the session that is most convenient for your schedule. We encourage you to volunteer for as many sessions that your schedule will allow.
If you are available to volunteer, please complete the online form by Wednesday, September 7. Our office will contact you at a later date with your assigned projects.
Feel free to contact Amanda Perrin at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Undergraduate Research Office