Dr. Khan's Student Research Assistant
Job Title: Dr. Khan's Student Research Assistant
Location: UWG Recruiting Location
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Job ID: 228401
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"Helping Professor with research project including literature searching, designing
experiments, operating lab equipment, data collection, data analysis and communication
"Must have approval from research professor listed in the position title.
Completion of CHEM 1211 with a C or higher. Some professors require completion of some chemistry courses (CHEM 1212, CHEM 2411, etc). Ask individual professors."
"Prior experience working in a research lab.
Chemistry Major preferred."Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Student Assistants are expected to have basic chemistry knowledge and lab skills indicated by the successful completion of the required chemistry courses. Students must meet with the professor prior to completing the application. Individual professors may have additional requirements based on the nature of their research.
Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs on occasion.
Student Learning Outcomes:
1) Integrate knowledge from prior courses to carry out the research project. 2) Analyze experimental data to evaluate the experimental outcomes. 3) Evaluate the accomplishments of the research project.
"Career & Self-Development