Seeking a program specialist with CS3 who will perform and monitors established administrative management requirements. Applicant should have good judgment in researching regulations and in determining the relationship between guidelines and organizational efficiency and employee productivity.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen or National
- Relevant experience (see Qualifications below)
- Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance
- Males born after 12/31/1959, must be registered with the Selective Service
- Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer is required
- Will be required to serve a 1-year probationary period.
For full duties and qualifications, see https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/398262200
WomanStats is taking applications for the 2015 Summer Trainee Class, a series of sessions to train students as WomanStats coders. To apply, fill out this application. Generally, applicants should have a 3.4 GPA or higher and at least one year or more of schooling left so there is time to put their training to good use. Students remaining at BYU for graduate school or moving to TAMU for graduate school are also welcome to apply. After reviewing applications, we will choose a subset of applicants to train for coder positions.
We also connect student-coders and non-coders to professors who research in their areas of interest and professors who would like to publish with a student. Please let me know if you are interested in applying for a research grant and include the area of your research.
Check out our data and cite to it in your essays: http://womanstats.org.
Also, Donna Lee Bowen, a WomanStats researcher, teaches Poli Sci 472 The International Political Economy of Women. This course might interest you. It uses Sex & World Peace, the book we highlight at our outreach events.
The final Cafe CSE for this semester will be Wednesday, 1 April at 4:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB and will feature Matt Ancell, Dennis Cutchins, and Christopher Oscarson.
Ancell is an associate professor of humanities and comparative literature and co-director of BYU’s International Cinema program. He received his PhD in comparative literature from the University of California–Irvine. His interests include the baroque in Spain and Italy, Montaigne and early modern skepticism, contemporary film, and deconstruction.
Cutchins is an associate professor of English and co-director (more…)
Dr. Carrie Reed, an epidemiologist with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will address this topic on Wednesday, 1 April at noon in 238 HRCB.
Reed is based currently in the Influenza Division after joining CDC as an epidemic intelligence service (EIS) officer in 2007. She now studies the severity of influenza and the impact of influenza vaccination in the U.S. and consults on similar projects with partner countries and the World Health Organization.
While at CDC, she has worked in the field and in the Atlanta-based Emergency Operations Center during public health responses to the H1N1 influenza pandemic, H7N9 avian influenza outbreak in China, and most recently the Ebola Response for cases both in the U.S. and Sierra Leone.
Reed grew up in Arizona before completing MPH and DSc degrees in epidemiology at Boston University School of Public Health.
Survey deadline: Tuesday, 7 April (midnight EST)
Are you a U.S.-based student or alum who has spent time in China or a Chinese student or alum who has spent time in the U.S.? Foreign Policy, an internationally respected magazine based in Washington, D.C., would like to announce an exciting opportunity to share your experience with the editors at FP, and potentially to contribute as a writer.
The survey includes an open field for you to express what has been unique about your experience abroad. If your entry is particularly compelling, you may be contacted by FP editors to discuss the possibility of authoring your own contribution to FP’s digital feature. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GTF36XZ