Student Employment: 2019-20 Research Assistantship with TASCHA, May 29

Student Employment: 2019-20 Research Assistantship with TASCHA

Deadline: Applications due by May 29, 2019

The Information School’s Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) is seeking a Communications Research Assistant for the 2019-2020 school year. Applications are due by May 29, 2019.

Position Description

The University of Washington Information School’s Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) has an outstanding opportunity for a student to provide key support to TASCHA’s research communications activities.

The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School explores the design, use, and effects of information and communication technologies in communities facing social and economic challenges. With experience in over 50 countries, TASCHA brings together a multidisciplinary network of researchers, practitioners, and policy experts to advance knowledge, create public resources, and improve policy and program design. Our purpose? To spark innovation and opportunities for those who need it most.

The student in this position will play an integral role by working directly with TASCHA’s Communications Specialist, along with the leadership and researchers at TASCHA. The student will have an opportunity to learn more about TASCHA’s research, the areas we work in, and to provide communications support to the TASCHA team. As we want this to be a mutually beneficial role, TASCHA’s Communications Specialist will work with the student to identify and nurture their interests and goals in working at TASCHA, while still getting the important support needed to communicate our work effectively.

This position will work an average of 20 hours per week. The role requires you to work on campus.

For full information on the position, please visit the ISchool’s posting.

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