The Office of Information Technology’s Research Computing Support group is seeking a half-time graduate research assistant to consult on statistical methods and software as well as related computing support. A strong background in statistics and computing is required. We prefer candidates who have completed one year of graduate studies in statistics, or a field that applies statistics.
Intermediate knowledge of SPSS, SAS or R is required along with a solid working knowledge of Microsoft Windows. Knowledge of qualitative research is a plus, including experience with NVivo or ATLAS.ti. Applicants must be admitted to a graduate program at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Qualified candidates should send their resume/CV to Bob Muenchen, email@example.com with the subject line Graduate Research Assistant.
Our mission is to help UT researchers use computing and analytic methods. We provide up to 10 free hours of support per semester for research computing including:
We can help you use a personal computer or:
Web pages and “how to” papers we have written can help you accomplish many research computing tasks. Check here first for ideas.
See how research support is done at other universities. See something you like there? Let us know!
Links to research resources at UT, online books, free software, and more. Find resources
Use our walk-in area without an appointment. Check the schedule for times we’ll be there.
We can help you choose the right software to solve your research problem. Here’s a list of what we support and why.
If you use “darken the circle” forms for tests or collecting data, we can help you scan the data in, score tests, and even help you identify questions that could be improved.
Take our workshops to learn more about computing.
Save paper and avoid data entry errors by using our web survey tool. It’s easy!
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