The Center for the Study of Global Change (Global Center) at Indiana University is recruiting one (1) Graduate Assistant (GA) for Academic Year 2019-2020. The GA must be a PhD candidate and eligible for G901 credits (or equivalent). This GA position includes general program assistance, as well as more focused assistance with website maintenance, media content production, and data collection. Occasional travel and evening/weekend work required.
The Editorial Assistant is responsible for technical support for programming and project coordination for the websites, graphic design projects, newsletters and social media platforms for both the Institute of European Studies and the Polish Studies Center. The position requires 20 hours of work for 40 weeks between August 2019 and May 202, with the possibility of annual renewal through 2022. This is a G901 position with a total stipend of $16,000 but without a tuition remission.
Join the editing team at the Assistive Technology and Accessibility Center (ATAC) in their role of supporting students, faculty, and staff with disabilities to be successful at Indiana University. Successful candidates will learn about issues that determine a document’s accessibility, how to produce highly usable documents for readers with significant vision impairment, and how to convert inaccessible documents to an accessible format while supporting students in a higher education environment.
Join the editing team at the Assistive Technology and Accessibility Center (ATAC) in their role of supporting students, faculty, and staff with disabilities to be successful at Indiana University. We work to make sure books, e-texts, and other course materials are accessible and usable for individuals with disabilities. Specifically, this job entails editing math equations in LaTex or MathType and describing images as part of a process that adapts textbooks and other course materials for use by students with vision impairments.