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ANTH 42 Lab Assistant
Student Accessibility Services is looking for an assistant to provide one to-one laboratory assistance to a student with a vison-based disability. The Laboratory Assistant for ANTH 42 “Medical Gross Anatomy: Scars of Human Evolution” will provide verbal description, direction and assist with some physical mechanics of lab activities as needed. Lab
Assistants do not act as collaborators or tutors. As representatives of Student Accessibility Services, the Lab Assistants must conduct themselves in a professional manner, maintaining confidentiality and exercising discretion. Lab assistants must provide unbiased services without making personal judgments or editorial changes.
Laboratory Assistant will also provide one-to-one assistance during lectures held on Mondays.
-Experience with lab safety and protocol, must adhere to Dartmouth College’s Academic Honor Principle.
-Subject area knowledge and sufficient experience required.
-Ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality.
-Effective communication skills, able to verbally convey any images or content that is occurring during session.
-Responsive to e-mail communications, punctual, and reliable.
-Respectful of different learning styles and abilities.
-Ability to take notes during lab introduction, complete pre-lab readings, and assist the student with collecting data.
Monday 8/6 2:25pm-5:15pm
Tuesday 8/7 2:25pm-4:15pm
Thursday 8/9 2:25pm-4:15pm
Contact: Megan Nemeroff
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