Published: Aug. 16, 2023

ASSETT is hiring students for three undergraduate positions: (3) Pedagogical Partner Consultants, a Student Videographer & Editor, and (3) Student Technology Consultants! Read the job descriptions and apply below!


Student Collaborator, Pedagogical Partner Consultant

The ASSETT group and the Center for Teaching and Learning are hiring a team of three undergraduate student consultants to inform the development of the “Students as Pedagogical Partners” initiative. This initiative aims to position students as collaborators with faculty, staff, and students in developing, engaging in, analyzing, and transforming the educational experience. Through these partnerships, undergraduate students and faculty work interdependently to develop, revise, or co-create course content, develop strategies to make learning more accessible, and co-design projects.

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Student Videographer & Editor

The Pedagogy and Wellness Microcredential project staff are seeking a videographer to produce a series of short videos to support a Pedagogy and Well-being Microcredential. This person will be responsible for the entire production which includes: recording properly exposed footage, capturing clear audio, and assembling a well-formatted edit. The ideal candidate must be able to set up and monitor all aspects of the production. A professional-grade camera, sound, and lighting equipment will be available for production use. 

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Student Technology Consultants

ASSETT is hiring three undergraduate student employees, to serve as Student Technology Consultants, or STCs. STCs partner with Arts & Sciences faculty who are interested in using innovative technologies in the classroom. They consult with faculty about their needs, research applicable technology tools, and present a variety of solutions. The Student Technology Consultant works with the faculty member to determine the appropriate support model for them and their students.

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