The Machine-Learning Protest Event Data System (MPEDS) project is looking for a graduate or advanced undergraduate student to help with some computer programming tasks. The goal of the MPEDS project is to use machine learning approaches to develop an automated system for identifying and coding protest events in news sources. The student's responsibilities are technical in nature and will involve fluency in the Python programming language. The student will be working primarily with an existing codebase for a web interface. The student also may also have work in R and the SciPy stack.
The Parks laboratory is seeking one or two students to assist in computational projects relating to analysis and visualization of complex biological datasets. Specific projects include lab server/database implementation, developing computational pipelines for analysis of biological data and working on large datasets using computational cluster. Work will involve SQL, python, and R. Preference will be given to applicants with relevant experience. Experience in bioinformatics methods would be helpful, but is not required.
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The DoIT Tech Store, on the campus of UW-Madison, is seeking high-energy and customer focused students for employment. Technology interest and knowledge is helpful, but is a continual training process. Work with customers (faculty, staff, and students) to find the best solution to their technology needs.
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The Information Technology Academy is currently hiring entry-level student Technology Instructors to provide direct instruction to high-school-aged students enrolled in the Madison program. Position is approx. 10-20 hours/week. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
If you are considering becoming a software developer as a career, this opportunity is not to be missed!
Internal Applications, one of UW-Madison’s central software development groups in the Division of Information Technology (DoIT), is looking to add an enthusiastic and talented student software developer to our group.
Apply to work with Laura Schechter, associate professor in the departments of Economics and Agricultural and Applied Economics. In partnership with the Senegalese National Sanitation Office (ONAS), we have developed a call center for sanitation services in urban Dakar, a city in which more than 1.5 million people use septic pits for household waste.
Located on Library Mall in downtown Madison, The Wisconsin Historical Society, Office of the Director, Information Technology department is recruiting for multiple Junior Business Systems Analysts. This position is a work-study position, which means it is limited to students who have been offered Federal Work-Study as part of their financial aid package. You must have a financial aid work study award in order to apply. You'll be working approximately 15 hours per week. Work hours are flexible during regular business hours, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
What does the Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau do? We bring leisure, sports, and convention visitors to Madison and make sure they have the best time ever. We know Madison’s great, and we’re out to spread the word.
We’re looking for team members who are passionate about their work and Madison. If that’s you, consider us for your next career move!
The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) is one of three Department of Energy Bioenergy Research Centers conducting fundamental, genomics-based research on microbial and plant systems required to realize the national need for low-cost biofuels. GLBRC represents a multidisciplinary partnership with expertise spanning the physical and biological sciences, including genomics, microbial and plant biology, analytical chemistry, computational biology and bioinformatics, and engineering.
An advanced undergraduate or graduate student is sought for programming tasks.
About the project: The Learning, Representations, & Technology Lab is conducting research on how students learn with visualizations. We collected data with an eye-tracking system to assess how students direct their visual attention towards interactive visualizations in an online tutoring system. We are looking for a student to carry out programming tasks related to the analysis of eye-tracking data.