Learning Lab Undergraduate Fellow: Neuroscience

Learning Lab Undergraduate Fellow: Neuroscience
Learning Laboratory, Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning
spring 2017

The Bok Center’s Learning Lab is looking for undergrads with special interest or prior training in Neuroscience to join our community of students as Learning Lab Undergraduate Fellows (LLUFs). Our fellows are responsible for helping Harvard faculty members design and test assignments for current courses and courses in development. Requirements: Prior coursework LS1a and an interest in neuroscience. Preference experience in MCB80 or MCB81. Responsibilities: (1) Testing educational materials and processes; (2) assisting with the development of problem sets, assignments and activities; (3) comfortable being in front of a camera, and additionally being interviewed, recorded and observed interacting with new technologies and teaching approaches; (4) willingness to experiment with new tools, software, and bodies of knowledge. There is no need to be an expert in one thing!; and (5) ability and desire to work effectively as a team. Additional Information: Pay is $15/hr. Students will meet on Wednesdays between 10-2 p.m. and on Thursdays between 1-4 p.m. Any questions about the position can be directed to Sadikshya Nepal at snepal@fas.harvard.eduTo Apply: Interested undergraduates should submit a resume to learninglab@fas.harvard.edu.  (posted 2/2017)