Research Assistant:
Open Source Web Map/Community Engagement Developer.

Seeking an advanced undergraduate or graduate student interested in building skills in open source web mapping and applying them in community engagement and design environments. Working with OIT you will build a virtual map server including both database and web functionality. Tasks include installation of current versions of RedHat, PostgreSQL and open source mapping programs (e.g., OpenStreetMap, MapServer or OpenLayers). Collaborate on installation of linked community engagement software. Experience with Red Hat and PostgreSQL required; knowledge of open source software and web mapping programs; interest in geospatial analysis and community engagement. $15/hr. 10-15 hours/week. Contact: brian.h.muller@colorado.edu. (OPEN)

Research Assistant:
Creative Districts Cooperative Research. 

(CLOSED)

CEDaR is investigating the value of creative districts for community development and economic development in the context of western small towns and cities, given the recent implementation of this strategy across Colorado. To understand the nature of creative districts, we will begin by examining the process, implementation, and outcomes of other such projects in various stages of development across the nation. This will help us to build a framework for evaluation specific to our regional context and provide feedback to local communities. The project is part of long term partnership between the Community Engagement Design and Research center (CEDaR), Colorado Creative Industries, the CU Boulder Office of Outreach and Engagement, and select Colorado communities. Paid. (No Current Openings) Contact: Jennifer Shelby.