Temporary Research Assistant, Diverse Doctorates in Business
Requisition Number: 45610
Location: Boulder Colorado
Employment Type: Temporary Staff
Schedule: Full Time
Posting Close Date: 24-Jan-2023
The University of Colorado Boulder encourages applications for a Temporary Research Assistant, Diverse Doctorates in Business! The Diverse Doctorates in Business Program is an effort by Leeds School of Business as well as business schools at CU-Denver, and UCCS to encourage diverse sophomores, juniors, and seniors to consider a career as a business school professor and plug into faculty research to pave the way to application to top PhD programs!
The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to building a culturally diverse community of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to contributing to an inclusive campus environment. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Who We Are
At Leeds, we have an outstanding vantage point, and while we’re located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, we’re not talking about the scenery. Set in the heart of Boulder, Colorado—one of the nation’s most vibrant business communities—Leeds offers unparalleled access to world-changing entrepreneurs, national research institutions and award-winning faculty!
What Your Key Responsibilities Will Be
As a participant in the Diverse Doctorates Program as a Research Assistant, supporting on a specific faculty project. The various projects are as follows:
Accounting (with Sarah Zechman and Nathan Marshall)
Title: How Do Firms Choose Informal Channels to Communicate Their Business Outlook? (This project is in a remote work situation.)
INFORMATION SYSTEMS (OLIA) (with David Dobolyi)
Title: AI Detection of Illegal Commercial Intent in Influencer Marketing. (The modality of this project is flexible and suitable to hybrid or remote-only options.)
Title Project #1: How technology affects people’s experiences and memories (This position is in a hybrid work situation.) (with Alixandra Barasch)
Title Project #2: Consumer, manager, and investors' reactions to gun violence: The impact of beliefs about business's role in society. (This project is in a remote work situation.) (with Lawrence Williams)
Title Project #3: Marketing Communications and Social Movement. (This research is being performed in hybrid work modality or in person.) (with Liu Liu)
ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP (OLIA) (with Rebecca Mitchell)
Title Project #1: Experiences of BIPOC Individuals in University DEI Training. (This project is working fully in-person.) (with
Title Project #2: Individual-Level versus System Level Interventions to Combat Workplace Discrimination (This project is working in a hybrid or remote capacity.)
STRATEGY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP (SEO)
Title Project #1: Serendipitous Innovations in the Biopharmaceutical Industry. (The research can be conducted in hybrid mode, with regular meetings on zoom and sharing of data and feedback through online collaborative applications.) (with Sina Khoshsokhan)
Title Project #2: Underrepresented Entrepreneurs and Funding Outcomes. (This project is working in a hybrid or remote capacity.) (with Ethan Poskanzer)
Title Project #3: Marine Energy. (This project is working in a hybrid or remote capacity.) (with Jeff York)
OPERATIONS RESEARCH (SEO) (with Rui Zhang)
Title: Machine Learning in Amazon Last-Mile Delivery Challenge
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