Work-Study Opportunities

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center does not have any positions available at this time. For on campus job opportunities, please visit Stony Brook's Career Center Website.


FEDERAL WORK STUDY

Federal Work Study is offered through the federal campus-based aid program and provides employment opportunities to eligible matriculated students. Priority consideration is given to students who file their FAFSA by March 1st. The award amount is based on the student's financial need, the availability of funds to the campus, the number of hours the student can work per week, and the current pay rate.  Students receive FWS funds in the form of a bi-weekly paycheck for the hours you have worked. 


UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT (Posted Nov. 24, 2013)

Stony Brook Sociology Professor looking for an Undergraduate Research Assistant Proficient in Spanish and/or Brazilian Portuguese to work on a qualitative research project examining Healthcare Access among Brazilian and Dominican Immigrants.

Tasks: Listening to audio-recorded interviews in English, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese, revising transcripts of interviews, coding interviews in NVivo qualitative software program, data entry using MS Word/Excel, Nvivo, Endnote.

Skills Needed: Spanish/Brazilian Portuguese Proficiency/Fluency, familiarity with MS Office software, research experience preferred.

To learn more about the project, contact Professor Tiffany Joseph, Sociology Dept at tiffany.joseph@stonybrook.edu. You can also see the following website link for more information about the project: http://www.tiffanydjoseph.com/#!about1/chdp.


 

NEWS & EVENTS:


 

14th Annual Graduate Student Conference

Media and Belonging: 
Communication, Technology and Cultural Productions in Latin America

Stony Brook Manhattan, Friday April 10, 2015


Talk by Hugo Achugar

"Teorías y políticas culturales en el Uruguay del Siglo XXI"

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Wed April 14, 2015, 2.30 to 3.50 pm in Melville Lib W4530.

 


Book presentation

Prof. Tiffany Joseph

Race on the Move: Brazilian Migrants and the Global Reconstruction of Race

Wed April 15, 2015, 1:00—2:30 pm
Richard B. Moore Library: S224, Soc. and Behav. Sciences.


HISPANIC FILMFESTIVAL 2015

April 21-22, 29-30, Hummanities 1006 at 7pm. 

See program here

 


Uruguayan filmmaker

Aldo Garay on campus

Screenings and talks

April 17, 21 and 22, 2015

See full schedule here


NEW FACULTY COLLOQUIUM and End of the Year Reception
Prof. Karina Yager (Sustainability Studies Program)

April 29, 2015 , from 1 to 1.45 pm

Lunch will be served


 

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