Research Assistantship Opportunity

imls_logo_2cStarting in the Fall 2017 semester, Dr. Gazan will have a graduate research assistantship available for a student interested in social computing and information literacy, as part of an Institute of Museum & Library Services grant, Online Q&A in STEM Education: Curating the Wisdom of the Crowd. Working with Associate Professor Rich Gazan, the RA will help evaluate and field test a tool designed to allow STEM learners to evaluate crowdsourced information alongside more traditionally authoritative resources. The RAship is an 11-month appointment, renewable for a second year, and comes with a stipend and tuition exemption.

For more information, contact Dr. Rich Gazan at