From Professor Jeffrey Sherman
Student research assistants needed
Professor Sherman is seeking one or two students to do research for him in the employee benefits area and in the estate planning area. You must have completed at least two semesters of law school by May 31, 1999. The amount of work should average out to not more than 10 hours per week, and compensation will be at the usual law school rate. Interested students should submit a resume and transcript (official or just a typed list of your courses and grades) to Professor Sherman (Room 741) or to his secretary, Barbara Coats (by Room 747). E-mail: JSHERMAN
From Professor Harold Krent
Enterprising Students Wanted
In the mood for a different educational experience? IIT has pioneered in offering undergraduate students experience working in team projects to provide solutions for problems provided by industry. Groups are investigating how to present quantitative results of forensic tests at trial; how to build a prototype for heat-driven refrigeration for developing countries; how to plan for economic revitalization of the Bronzeville area; and how to develop an electronic nose, among others. Please stop by if you are at all interested in these or other possible IPROs. Prof. Krent (Room 735). Independent Research credit is available. E-mail: HKRENT
From Professor Ralph Brill
Research Assistant Needed
Looking for a computer-sophisticated student to help program a Web page and tutorials on the subjects of Torts and Products Liability. An ability to master computer programs such as Toolbook, CALI Author, and Front Page is necessary. Please e-mail Prof. Brill expressing interest and summarizing your qualifications. The projects will probably average out to about five hours per week, some weeks much more, some not at all. E-mail: RBRILL
From Professors Suzanne Ehrenberg and Susan Valentine
Student Assistant Needed
Duties include digital camera photography and computer scanning. Technological expertise is desirable but not required. You will be trained.
From Professor Sanford Greenberg
Student Position Available
Professor Sanford Greenberg and the Moot Court Honor Society will be hiring a part-time student assistant for the 1999-2000 academic year. Responsibilities will include teaching assistant duties (e.g., grading citations) for Appellate Advocacy in the fall and administrative assistant duties (e.g., coordinating mass mailings and other communications) throughout the year. The work schedule will average no more than 15 hours per week.
Interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to Professor Greenberg. If you know your fall schedule (classes and/or outside work), please include that information. E-mail: SGREENBE