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Fri 31 Jan 2014, 13:09 | Tags: Work with IATL

FellSwoop Theatre - To Know How You Stand

A collaboration between FellSwoop and the IATL Student Ensemble, Warwick University

FellSwoop, an associate international company of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre, and graduates of Warwick University, start their new project with the IATL Student Ensemble in Spring Term 2014.

This project aims to work with a group of students, recruited from a variety of departments and faculties, interested in collaborative work and interdisciplinary art forms.

We will be looking for individuals wishing to use their academic perspectives to participate in our project and create a unique hub of exchange, discussion and creative activities around the subject of utopia.

Together, we will explore and respond to the socio-political theories and philosophies of counter-cultural movements and dissidence; question long-accepted social constructs, habits and deeply embedded expectations about the way we conduct our lives and the positive and negative implications of an alternative.

The exploration will take place over a six-week period during the Spring Term in the Humanities Studio, culminating in a performance event. Whilst we are looking for students who would have an interest in performing, there are also roles for academic and other creative involvement around this event.

We will be holding a preliminary meeting in the Humanities Studio from 2-6pm on Friday 17 January 2014, where we will begin by discussing the project and its themes, and this will then be followed up with a workshop. Registration for this meeting has now closed. For further information about the project please contact info@fellswooptheatre.com

Thu 09 Jan 2014, 12:56 | Tags: Work with IATL

Paid student work opportunity

Are you interested in student enterprise?

Are you looking for part-time work?

IATL are looking to recruit a current Warwick student or recent graduate to work as our enterprise 'Incubator Manager'. The successful candidate will need to be enthusiastic about student enterprise and will be required to pull together information from a number of sources, enabling them to provide students and staff who have questions about student enterprise, with any information they might need.

This position will be paid at a rate of £10.63 per hour and the working hours will be from 17:00-19:30, Monday to Thursday (10 hours per week) during the spring and summer terms of 2014.

Further enquiries should be sent to Dr Paul Taylor (IATL Director )at P.C.Taylor@warwick.ac.uk

To apply, please send a letter of application and a CV to Amy Clarke at Amy.Clarke@warwick.ac.uk

The closing date for applications is 12noon on Monday 06 January 2014

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 08 January 2014

Successful candidates should be available to start work on Thursday 09 January 2014

Wed 18 Dec 2013, 12:33 | Tags: Work with IATL

Paid Student Research Opportunity

Are you looking for part-time work?

IATL is looking for four Student Research Assistants who are enthusiastic about contributing to the Widening Participation (WP) agenda at the University. You will be required to research relevant background reading, develop interview questions, organise and facilitate focus groups, transcribe interviews and analyse and report findings in order to establish an understanding and awareness of issues faced by students from diverse backgrounds. In order to ensure our systems and processes here at Warwick are accessible to all, you will identify potential best practices across departments which could be beneficial to meet the different needs of our diverse student body going forward.


Each Research Assistant will be employed for 40 hours’ work, between December and April, at the rate of £10.63 per hour. The work is flexible and can be organised to suit your schedule. Although you will be required to attend a few meetings on campus, work can be done remotely.

You will be an undergraduate student with an understanding of diversity issues in a University setting, an interest in improving the student experience academically and socially and the ability to liaise with other students well. Some experience of social research (conducting interviews, focus groups, etc.) is desirable and knowledge of such methods essential.

Further details can be found on the attached pages; informal enquiries may be made to the Project Manager Victoria Jelicic Victoria.Jelicic@warwick.ac.uk.

To apply, please email a letter of application and a CV to Victoria Jelicic Victoria.Jelicic@warwick.ac.uk, the Project Manager in IATL.

 

Mon 25 Nov 2013, 09:19 | Tags: Work with IATL

Paid Student Research Opportunity

Are you looking for part-time work?

IATL is looking for three Student Research Assistants who are enthusiastic about teaching and learning at the University. You will be required to analyse the results of two surveys, develop interview questions, organize and facilitate focus groups, transcribe interviews and report findings.

Each Research Assistant will be employed for 40 hours’ work, between November and December, at the rate of £10.63 per hour.

You will be an undergraduate student from the Faculty of Social Sciences with an interest in teaching and learning, an interest in improving the student experience academically and the ability to liaise with other students well. Some experience of social research (conducting interviews, focus groups, etc.) is desirable.

Further details may be found on the attached pages; informal enquiries may be made to the Project Director Caroline Gibson C.A.L.Gibson@warwick.ac.uk.

To apply, please email a letter of application and a CV to Caroline Gibson C.A.L.Gibson@warwick.ac.uk, the Academic Manager of IATL.

 

Fri 08 Nov 2013, 15:38 | Tags: Work with IATL

Paid Student Research Opportunity

Are you looking for part-time work during the summer term?

IATL is looking for two Student Research Assistants to analyse the results of our survey of student engagement at the University.

Each Research Assistant will be employed for 68 hours' work, between 15 July and 30 September, at the rate of £12.47 per hour, with the majority of the analysis work to be carried out in July.

You will be a second-, third- or fourth-year undergraduate with an interest in the social science of teaching and learning, competent in statistical methods, with experience of using SPSS or similar, and some experience of research.

The closing date for applications is midday on Wednesday 10 July.

Interviews will be held in the afternoon of Friday 12 July.

Successful candidates should be available to start work on Monday 15 July.

To apply, please email a letter of application and a CV to Caroline Gibson (IATL Academic Manager), at: C.A.L.Gibson@warwick.ac.uk.

Wed 03 Jul 2013, 12:09 | Tags: Work with IATL

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