Arts and Sciences

Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection

Anthropology
Faculty Advisor
Carrie C. Heitman
Contact Email
Start Date
8/15/2016
Paid or Volunteer
Paid
Hours Per Week
10

Participation in a National Endowment for the Humanities funded project to create the Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection (SPARC).  Project activities may include:

1) Help with archaeologica data integration

2) Facilitate collaborations with project consultants

3) Refine image and text metadata for SPARC digital assets

4) Participate in the Chaco Research Archive website redesign

5) Contribute to the integration of the greater Chaco Landscape project data into the Chaco Research Archive and help plan 2017 academic conference.

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Developing and Executing Media Plan for Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Research
Faculty Advisor
Justina Clark
Contact Email
Start Date
9/1/2016
Paid or Volunteer
Paid via UCARE stipend

The Office of Undergraduate Research is seeking a student interested in developing and executing a media plan for the UCARE program and for the Office of Undergraduate Research as a whole. The student would create a comprehensive social media plan for AY 16-17, design marketing materials like flyers, brochures, etc., and write news releases and student profiles for the UCARE website and for submission to UNL Today and other venues. We're looking for a creative self-starter who can propose new, innovative ideas and follow through to completion.

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America in Africa: U.S. Empire, Race, and the African Question, 1847-1919

History & Ethnic Studies
Faculty Advisor
Jeannette Eileen Jones
Contact Email
Start Date
8/1/2016
Paid or Volunteer
Paid
Hours Per Week
10
The research assistant will find historical articles in American newspapers, journals, and magazines that address key events and moments surrounding the "African Question" from 1847-1919. They include: the Independence of Liberia, the Brussels Geographic Conference of 1876, the Berlin Conference of 1884, the Brussels Conference of 1890, the Congo Controversy, and the Versailles Conference of 1919.
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