Psych Scoop, 3/28/23
March 28th, 2023
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Psychology Advising Announcements
Current majors are expected to know the announcements in the advising announcement section.
1. Countdown to Registration - 2 Weeks and 2 Days Out!
Registration is right around the corner! Psych Advising is here to help. With registration 2 weeks away, this is a great time to start reviewing your APAS and thinking about what classes you might take for the Fall semester (as a reminder, summer registration is currently open!). Appointments are currently available to meet with a Psych Advisor. We recommend scheduling sooner than later if you would like to meet with Psych Advising because our office can become very busy once registration starts!
2. Psychology Advising Drop-Ins Available!
Psych Advising has virtual and in-person drop-in times available for students to ask quick 5-10 minute questions regarding course planning, registration, engagement opportunities, capstone projects, and post-graduate plans. Take a look at the Spring 2023 dates and times to attend virtual or in-person drop-ins! Drop-ins are on a first come first serve basis.
3. Alumni Spotlight: Nora Luetmer
Psych Advising has started a monthly Alumni Spotlight to showcase what our amazing alumni are up to! Our March spotlight, Nora Luetmer ('21) works as an Analyst at Solstice Strategy Group. Read about how Nora merged the fields of psychology and finances to consult various professional companies. Nominate someone who you think would be great to spotlight, including yourself, through our Alumni Spotlight Interest Form!
4. Apply to Graduate!
Students who are planning on graduating Spring or Summer of 2023, make sure to apply for graduation through MyU! You can find preparation tools, as well as how to apply to graduate on the One Stop website. Check graduation dates and deadlines on the Academic Calendar, and verify your degree information and requirements by checking your APAS report. Speak to your advisor about any remaining credits or questions you may have to successfully apply for graduation.
5. Are You Graduating in the Spring or Summer of 2023? Save the Date to Celebrate!
Friday, April 28, 2023, 4:45 pm- 6:00 pm CST
Psychology majors who have applied for Spring or Summer 2023 graduation will soon be receiving an email invitation to the 2023 Psychology Senior Spectacular Celebration. This psychology undergraduate event recognizes award recipients and graduating seniors in front of peers, staff, faculty, and family for all of their accomplishments! The event will be held on campus Friday, April 28th, 2023 from 4:45 pm to 6:00 pm. Please mark your calendars now and keep an eye out for your email invitation, which will be sent out directly to students who are applying to graduate for Spring or Summer 2023. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Psychology Undergraduate Advising at email@example.com.
6. PSY 3903W: Capstone in Psychology Community Engagement Information Sessions
Friday, April 7, 2023, 12:15 pm- 1:00 pm CST
Are you curious about the PSY 3903W Community Engagement capstone option? Join Psychology Advisor Korrina Griffith at a PSY 3903W Info Session! During these sessions, Korrina will review what community engagement looks like, provide more information about the Capstone project, and answer your questions regarding the community engagement Capstone. Any students are welcome at these events but this session will be ideal for students who are a BA major (BS students are required to take PSY 3901W), have 90+ credits complete (senior standing), and are planning to take Capstone in Fall 2023 or Spring 2024. Please RSVP for which session you would like to attend online. The form will request which format you are planning to attend (Zoom or In-person) as well as provide a space to describe any accessibility needs. At this time, this session will not be recorded, but will ideally be offered in future semesters.
7. Internships in Psychology Information Sessions
Thursday, March 30, 2023, 12:30 pm- 1:15 pm CST
Join this session to learn more about the PSY 3896: Internship in Psychology class, earning credit for your work, and opportunities for funding! Please RSVP to sign up for this event. In this session, you will learn about the PSY 3896: Internship in Psychology class. You will discover how internships can fit into your Psychology Major and/or overall enhance your undergraduate experience. Ideally, you will also leave this session with 2-3 ideas to explore for an Internship in Summer or Fall 2023. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to request disability-related accommodations.
8. Getting Started with Psychology Research: Info Session Workshop
Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 3:15 pm- 4:30 pm CST - N219 Elliott Hall
Join this session to learn more about getting started with psych research. In the workshop, we will focus on sharing resources on how to get started with research that relates to the Psychology Major. You will learn how Psy 4/5993 research works in the department. You will discover how research can fit into your Psychology Major and/or overall enhance your undergraduate experience. You will leave this session with 2-3 ideas to explore for a research position. Please email email@example.com with questions or to request disability-related accommodations. To RSVP for one of the info sessions, please visit the link.
Psychology Student Group Announcements
All students interested in Psychology are welcome to participate in Psychology student organizations. No previous participation or membership is required. If you're interested, please attend! To learn more, visit our website.
9. Grad Student Panel
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 4:00 pm- 5:00 pm CST
Are you interested in graduate school? Or just want to find out more about research in psychology? This meeting is the place for you! Please join us on Tuesday, March 28th from, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm for a Graduate Student Panel. A group of graduate students from the Clinical, Social, and Industrial Organizational Psychology programs will come in to talk about their graduate school experiences and their research. Please bring any questions you have! We hope to see you there! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
10. Association of Black Psychology Students Chipotle Fundraiser
Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 4:00 pm- 8:00 pm CST
Enjoy some Chipotle and donate to the Association of Black Psychology Students (ABPS)! 33% of event sales will get donated to ABPS. Order online for pickup using code 'MMVEZRM' or show the flyer (attached at the bottom of the email) in the restaurant.
11. Officer Positions Openings - Psychology Club!
Get more involved in psychology and in the campus community by becoming a psychology club officer! We are looking for a new secretary, treasurer, public relations, and communications officer for the following 2023-2024 school year. This is a great leadership experience and will look great on resumes. If you are interested please take a look at the descriptions (pdf located at the bottom of the email) of officer positions and apply! Please fill out the google form application by April 2nd if you are interested. Interviews will be conducted over Zoom from April 3rd-14th. We look forward to meeting our new 2023- 2024 officers! Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
12. U.S. Department of State: Careers with the State Department Info Session
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm CST
Join Diplomat in Residence Midwest, Susan Falatko, to learn about careers, paid internships, and fellowships with the U.S. Department of State. It's not just for diplomats! We are looking for people with a sense of adventure to join our diplomatic corps, but also to serve as IT managers, and administrative personnel (HR, budget and finance, logistics, facilities, and office managers). This event is for undergraduates, graduates, alumni, and faculty, especially in CLA. Check out their website at careers.state.gov. This event will be held in Peik Gym (which is across the street from Peik Hall). Students can only gain access to the building using their U-card. Enter through the doors facing University Avenue, and then go downstairs. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
13. Paid Internships and Fellowships with the U.S. Department of State Info Session
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm CST
Want to score a paid internship at an embassy overseas or at the State Department in Washington DC? First-year and sophomores: Join Diplomat in Residence Midwest Susan Falatko to learn about our paid spring, summer, and fall internships. Upperclass students will also qualify if they are returning to school the term after their internship. Juniors and seniors - thinking of grad school? Come hear about graduate school fellowships, which can provide a path into Foreign Service. Registration is requested on Handshake but not required. Email email@example.com if you're having trouble registering. Space is limited to the first 40 students who attend. This event will be held in Peik Gym (which is across the street from Peik Hall). Students can only gain access to the building using their U-card. Enter through the doors facing University Avenue, and then go downstairs. Please arrive early (or come as soon as you can).
14. Pathways to Forensic and Legal Psychology Info Session
Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 6:00 pm- 7:30 pm CST
Considering a career in forensic psychology? Learn more about the forensic & legal psychology field, job opportunities, and necessary education, and hear about how to successfully apply to graduate programs. The info session will start at 6:00 pm. To register please visit the website. For questions about the session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
15. Big Problems Being Solved with Psychology Colloquium Series
Friday, March 31, 2023, 10:00 am CST
David Blustein, Ph.D. - Psychological Responses to Radical Changes in the Workplace: Resisting Precarity and Marginalization - This presentation will describe the radical shifts in the workplace related to growing precarity, marginalization, and commodification. Dr. David Blustein will present an overview of theory and research that have been informed by research and advocacy in vocational and counseling psychology, particularly within the psychology of the working community. Psychology of working theory is reviewed as the conceptual framework for research, practice, and public policy responses to growing inequity and marginalization at work. The presentation will include a review of a new evidence-based practice initiative that is designed for vulnerable workers and unemployed adults. Pre-Register for the event here.
Courses of Interest
16. PSY 3960: Psychology of College Life (Undergrad Seminar)
This class will explore how psychological principles play in your everyday life as a college student. We will explore how psychological theories and research contribute to our understanding of aspects of university life, including but not limited to academic performance, career planning, campus involvement, identity development, racism and discrimination, mental and physical health, and traumatic experiences. This is a 3 credit, Remote Class (online-synchronous meetings) that will utilize various learning methods, including lectures, discussions, writing reflections, and readings. Additional asynchronous online participation is required.
PSY 3960 will meet online (synchronously), Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm CST - Meets June 5th - July 28th, 2023
Instructor: Liza Meredith (email@example.com)
Note: PSY 3960 may be used as Elective Credit in the Psychology Major.
17. Developmental Psychology Summer Online Courses
Registration is now open for online Developmental Psychology courses that count for Psychology majors. CPSY 3301- Introduction to Developmental Psychology and CPSY 4303- Adolescent Psychology will be offered this summer! CPSY 4994- Directed Research in Developmental Psychology is also available for Psych majors who have a research position in the Institute of Child Development.
18. Participate in the CBIT+TMS Research Study!
Do you or your child make uncontrollable sounds or movements called "tics"? You may be eligible to participate in the CBIT + TMS research study at the University of Minnesota. We are testing a new treatment approach for people ages 12-21 years with tics. All eligible participants receive Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT), an established therapy for tics. Additionally, participants are compensated for their time. Participants must be right-handed and will be asked questions about their tics, symptoms, background information, and medical history. We will conduct an assessment to make sure participants are able to and willing to undergo an MRI brain scan and receive a type of non-invasive procedure called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). TMS is a painless, well-tolerated procedure that involves placing a hand-sized magnet next to the head to temporarily activate brain cells. In this study, TMS will be used to "turn down" the activity level of brain regions involved in tics. Participants are randomly assigned to receive either “real” TMS or “fake” TMS. You also will be asked to take part in an activity where we will video record your tics. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us at 612-258-2587 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also fill out this form and we will contact you directly!
19. PSY 5993-001: Summer Research Opportunity
Dr. Amanda Woodward is looking for students to enroll in an online section of PSY 5993 this summer. In this course, students will learn about different methods of teaching and factors related to effective student learning. Students will work on a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning research project. Through this project, students will gain skills related to conducting a literature review, editing a code book to capture student attitudes and learning, coding assignments, and analyzing data. Most work will be completed asynchronously, though occasional zoom meetings (based on student availability) will be necessary to ensure training is complete and to discuss coding assignments. Interested students should complete this interest form and may email Dr. Amanda Woodward (email@example.com) to discuss any questions they have about this opportunity.
20. *Volunteer or Credit* Military TBI Research Experience
The Psychological Health and Social Engagement (PHASE) Lab, led by Dr. Jacob Finn, at the Minneapolis VA Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center is looking for volunteer research assistants. Current projects focus on traumatic brain injury in service members and veterans. Research assistant duties include screening and recruiting participants, scheduling research appointments, conducting follow-up assessments that include interviews to assess functioning, documenting efforts in clinical charts, collaborating with members of the interdisciplinary rehabilitation team, reporting progress to collaborators and other agencies, and disseminating results locally. Dr. Finn expects volunteer research assistants to commit at least 8 hours per week to the lab. Due to the training commitment required, volunteers are expected to commit to at least two semesters. PHASE research takes place in a medical rehabilitation environment, and as such, professional behavior and attire are expected. Ideal candidates will have a GPA ≥ 3.2, strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Office products. Per Department of Veterans Affairs policy, all research assistants must be U.S. citizens. Interested parties should send a copy of their transcripts and a curriculum vitae/résumé to Dr. Finn (Jacob.Finn@va.gov).
21. *Volunteer or Credit* Research Assistant for Summer 2023 and Fall 2023
D.A.N.C.E. (Development, Affective Neuroscience, Culture & Environment) Lab led by Dr. Ka I Ip at the Institute of Child Development is recruiting Research Assistants. The position is given with registration of CPSY 4994 with a commitment to at least 2 semesters. D.A.N.C.E. lab's current work focuses on typical and atypical emotion regulation development, cultural factors that shape regulation, and how early life stress, social determinants of health and structural racism (e.g., discrimination, neighborhood disparities) may “get under the skin” to confer intergenerational risk and resilience for developmental psychopathology and health disparities, especially among children and adolescents from marginalized backgrounds. Students will gain hands-on experience (but not limited to) (1) literature review, (2) survey design using Qualtrics and RedCap (3) interview assessment, (4) mobile EEG & fNIRS experiment set up, (2) subject recruitment and flyer design, (3) data coding and collection, and (4) other administrative tasks (e.g., IRB) as needed. If interested, please send your Unofficial Transcript, CV/Resume, and cover letter to Yangchenchen Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org. For the cover letter, you may include (1) a self-introduction/background, (2) your interest (3) any research experience in psychology, sociology, and other related fields (4) experience that could be an asset to the lab environment (5) things that you hope to learn and (6) time commitment. If you have any questions, please direct them to Yangchenchen Liu at email@example.com.
22. *Volunteer or Credit* Research Intern For a Brain Neuromodulation Project in Addiction - Psychiatry Department
The research intern will directly assist research staff at the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department. The Department is currently running a research study that is in the active recruitment phase. Intern responsibilities will include working with databases, verifying the accuracy of study data collected, and administering transcranial direct current stimulation, depending on experience and ability. This research is under the direction of Dr. Jazmin Camchong and Dr. Kelvin O Lim. The patient population includes patients enrolled in a treatment program for alcohol use disorder and opioid use disorder. Qualified candidates must be highly motivated, able to work independently, extremely detail-oriented, and willing to develop new skills as the need arises. Excellent communication (written and oral), organizational and interpersonal skills; comfortable using basic computer programs such as Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Excel, and web applications (e.g. zoom and in-house software). Candidates must be pursuing a degree in Psychology or a related field, and be willing to commit to 9-10 hours per week for 12 months. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Hannah Verdoorn, firstname.lastname@example.org.
23. *Credit* Research Assistant: Personality and Romantic Relationships
Are you interested in learning more about personality – how we differ from one another and how we might change over time? Are you interested in statistics and research methods? Linh Nguyen, a graduate student at the NICE lab, is seeking undergraduate research assistants for the 2023-24 academic year. You will be working on research projects on personality dynamics and romantic relationships. More information about what to expect may be found here. Please fill out this application form. Linh will contact you to schedule a meeting to discuss expectations and to ensure that it would be a good fit. Please contact Linh Nguyen at email@example.com if you have any questions.
24. Study Psychology in Cologne, Germany Summer 2023 - Applications due April 1st!
Undergraduate students have an opportunity to experience a splash of Cologne, Germany through CLA. The Psychology Department will offer a course in this brand new abroad program. PSY 3604 - Introduction to Psychopathology (formerly titled "Intro to Abnormal Psychology") will be offered in a 3-week session (July 10th - July 28th) taught in English by Professor Bonnie Klimes-Dougan, and may count towards your PSY major or minor requirements. PSY 3604 will cover an overview of the causes, prevalence, and treatments of depression, substance abuse, schizophrenia, and other serious mental health problems that are experienced around the globe. Taking this opportunity to learn about the traditions and customs of Germany and other parts of central Europe, this course will examine how culture and historical events may serve to shape the risk and protective factors of psychopathology. The deadline to apply for this learning abroad opportunity is April 1st, 2023. To learn more information please visit the Learning Abroad Center website.
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25. Special Ed MEd/licensure and Online ASD Certificate Info Sessions
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CST
Location: Virtual (Zoom)
Considering graduate school or taking graduate-level classes for fall 2023? We hope you can join us on March 28th from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm for an info session on our MEd/teaching licensure programs, including academic behavior specialist (ABS), Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH), and early childhood special education (ECSE), to learn more about graduate and professional programs in special education at the University of Minnesota. Register to attend here. Any questions about the info sessions can be directed to Laura Paczkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarships & Awards
26. Department of Psychology Scholarships - Due April 10th!
The Department of Psychology is seeking applications from full-time Psychology Major Undergraduate students for the 2023-2024 Academic Year! These scholarships are intended to support the top students in the Department (a strong GPA and high involvement in Psychology-related coursework and extracurriculars). Financial need is also a consideration. The scholarships include an approximate $1,000 award/scholarship for the 2023-2024 academic year. Up to 10 UMN Psychology Students will be selected! Only current College of Liberal Arts degree-seeking University of Minnesota - Twin Cities students are eligible to apply for the scholarships offered by the Department of Psychology. Selection criteria include a.) Strength of student's academic record (Psychology) and promise. b.) Depth of involvement in the Psychology discipline and clarity of academic purpose. c.) Strength of student's personal statement. d.) Past involvement in relevant extracurricular, volunteer, research, and work activities. Please read all requirements and criteria outlined on the application carefully. The deadline is Monday, April 10th at 12:00 pm CST. The Psychology Scholarship process is a separate application from the CLA General Scholarship process.
27. Scholarships for Current CLA Students
Collegiate scholarships vary in awarding criteria, but most are awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need. The timeline to apply for these funds is early in the spring semester. Awards are made for the following academic year. Some awards may be annually renewable, depending on class year and number of credits. To be considered for these awards, you must meet the following qualifications: you are currently enrolled as a degree-seeking student in CLA or another college at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, you are in good academic standing, and you will be enrolled as a CLA degree-seeking student for the 2022-23 academic year. The CLA General Scholarship application is now open for scholarships being awarded for the 2023-2024 academic year. CLA General Scholarship applications for scholarships being awarded for the 2023-2024 academic year are due by April 7 at 9:00 am CST. To learn more about the scholarships and apply, visit the CLA Scholarship website. Questions regarding scholarship information can be directed to email@example.com.
28. Learning Abroad Scholarships
CLA offers scholarships specifically for students planning to study abroad. These scholarships can provide financial support for one semester or even up to a year's worth of study in a different country. These scholarships can be found in different areas of the college, as well as around the university. College of Liberal Arts Office of Undergraduate Education typically offers learning abroad scholarships for fall, spring, and summer semesters. Scholarship amounts range from $500 to $6,000 per semester. The CLA Learning Abroad Scholarship application is currently open for learning abroad during the May 2023 and Summer 2023 term. CLA Learning Abroad Scholarship applications for learning abroad during the May 2023 and Summer 2023 terms are due by March 31 at 9:00 am CST.
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29. Internship Opportunities at Tubman!
Are you passionate about making a difference? Tubman relies on volunteers and interns to make a difference in every facet of our work. The passion and energy of our amazing volunteers and interns are essential to the daily work of our organization, and to support our clients and community. Black, Indigenous, people of color, multilingual speakers, people of all gender identities, people with disabilities, and veterans are all encouraged to apply. Some of our current internship opportunities include Resource Advocate, NorthStar Youth Outreach Center Advocate, and various legal-related internships. Work can be done as an official internship for school credit or for a personal internship not for credit. Most positions require working 8-15 hours a week for 6-9 months. Volunteer opportunities with a smaller commitment are also available. Excellent training, supervision, and support are provided for all employees. We offer a five-part orientation and training series for Tubman volunteers and interns. Most volunteer and internship positions require attendance at all five sessions, with positions beginning after training has been completed. We are currently accepting applications from students interested in starting both in May and late August. Visit their website to learn more about the position descriptions, how to apply, and the training schedule for May.
30. UGRA Data Manager
The Minnesota Center for Twin and Family Research (MCTFR) seeks to hire one undergraduate research assistant registered for study at the U of MN as a “Data Manager UGRA” (2221: Student Academic Support). Data managers are responsible for the processing, organization, and storage of human subjects research data collected at the MCTFR. The Data Manager is appointed by the MCTFR’s Director and reports to its Principal Data Manager. The position is hourly and requires a commitment of about 20 hours per week during the academic year and 40 hours per week over summer break. Salary is consistent with Department of Psychology standards for undergraduate research assistants. Apply online via the University of Minnesota Employment System; reference job opening ID 353547. If you have any questions about the position contact Tony Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
31. Fraser Human Rights Undergraduate Fellowships
The Human Rights Program announces two open fellowship opportunities for undergraduate students at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities seeking field experience in leading human rights organizations. Named after Donald and Arvonne Fraser - groundbreaking leaders in the defense of international human rights and women’s rights - the fellowships offer undergraduate students the opportunity to work in top human rights organizations, providing a complement to the student's academic study. The Fraser Fellowships invest in the next generation of human rights leaders. Read more and find application instructions online. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 5th.
32. Undergraduate Research Assistant
The Child Language Disorders across diverse Contexts (CLDC) lab in the Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences has opportunities for students who are fluent in Spanish or in Vietnamese to join our lab as paid undergraduate research assistants. We are conducting a multi-site NIH-funded study on cognitive skills in monolingual and bilingual children with and without developmental language disorders. Undergraduate RAs are needed to assist with data collection with 5-7-year-old children. Training will be provided. Data collection primarily occurs at school and community sites, and the ability to travel to local sites for data collection is required. The expected commitment is 3-5 hours/week for at least two semesters. Please complete this interest form no later than Friday, March 31. Questions can be directed to Kerry Ebert, Associate Professor in SLHS, email@example.com.
33. Research Coordinator Department of Neurology, NYU Langone Health *Remote*
We are seeking a person to manage a fully remote NIH-funded study at NYU Langone Health assessing a smartphone-based tool for migraine management. Responsibilities include, creating study materials (Using REDCap, coordinating with a team including behavioral economic experts and other consultants to develop messaging for the participants, internal study documents, and communicating with the IRB), learning the study protocol and becoming familiar with the app-based intervention and with WebEx, the virtual platform for hosting the enrollments, recruiting participants virtually through a multi-site hospital-based healthcare system, administering interviews and teaching the participants how to use the app, monitoring progress throughout the study, serving as a digital navigator for participants throughout the study, maintaining proper NIH documentation for the study, ensuring data management and quality assurance for research, including managing to track the database, and working with the team to maintain data integrity, data standardization, and data accuracy, being responsible for processing data reporting and analytics, including assisting in the design of such analytics and outputting in appropriate formats (Excel, PDF, etc.). BA or BS in psychology or a related field is required and a minimum of two years of progressively responsible project coordination experience, preferably in a research setting. A minimum of a 2-year commitment is required. Interested candidates should email their CV/resume and an unofficial transcript to Dr. Mia Minn at firstname.lastname@example.org and cc Alexis George at email@example.com.
34. Research Technician
Addictive, Compulsive, and Impulsive Disorders Lab is recruiting for a Research Assistant which includes subject interviews for treatment, imaging, and observational studies; working with large datasets for data entry and analysis; running MRI scans; coordinating with study sponsors; writing and/or editing manuscripts and presenting research. Subject interviews for treatment, imaging, and observational studies. Responsibilities include; Working with large datasets for data entry and analysis, running MRI scans, coordinating with study sponsors, writing and/or editing manuscripts and presenting research, providing technical and administrative support for a research project, and collecting and entering data. Assists in analyzing data. Assists with preparation of reports, manuscripts, and other documents, may assist in recruiting and scheduling research subjects; assisting with developing or amending study protocols; assisting with developing data collection tools; and assisting with building databases; and providing general administrative support. If you're interested in applying, visit their website. If you have any questions about the position, please contact Eve Chesivoir at 773-702-9066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.