Digital Humanities Student Assistants
Queen's University students enrolled in the 2014 Bader International Study Centre Undergraduate Field School in the Digital Humanities will be eligible to apply for two placements as Digital Humanities Student Assistants at Queen’s in the 2014-15 academic year. These are paid positions with flexible schedules averaging up to 10 hours per week for 12 weeks.
The DH Student Assistants will undertake projects in the Jordan Special Collections and Music Library, applying knowledge acquired in the Field School. Project details will be determined collaboratively by the student, a Field School instructor and the Curator of Special Collections. The Field School instructor and the Curator of Special Collections will co-supervise each DH Student Assistant.
The DH Student Assistants will deliver project presentations or posters at the annual Inquiry@Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference in March 2015.
Applications will be accepted following admission to the Field School and up to the end of the first course. To apply, send a short statement of interest and CV to Dr. Shannon Smith, Director, BISC Undergraduate Summer Field School in the Digital Humanities, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DH Student Assistant program is a collaboration of the Bader International Study Centre and Queen’s University Library.