Brown Page Content 1Campus-Based Fellowships & Research AssistantshipsAs part of Washington University in St. Louis, Brown School students have access to a variety of campus-based fellowships and research assistantships.Across campus, Brown School students are sought after for fellowships in Residential Life, Student Involvement & Leadership, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, and the Gephardt Institute for Civic & Community Engagement, and so on. Our office will share these positions throughout the spring. In addition, some Brown School faculty will hire student research assistants in the spring (others will wait until the late-summer and early-fall to offer these positions). Brown School Research Assistantships will be posted here, as well.Current Openings:OFFICE OF RESIDENTIAL LIFE - GRADUATE FELLOWWashington University's Office of Residential Life is hiring graduate fellows to work with the undergraduate community within the university housing context. Numerous positions are available. Learn More: Full Job Description & Application ProcessWASHINGTON UNIVERSITY FIRST YEAR CENTER: GRADUATE FELLOWThe First Year Center Graduate Fellow supports initiatives to assist parents and families of undergraduates with their new student orientation, transition and retention. In addition to assisting in the coordination of events that range in size (12 to 5,000 participants), this position supports resource development and management for parents and family members. Learn More: Full Job Description & Application ProcessGEPHARDT INSTITUTE GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP - Civic Education FellowThe Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is hiring a Civic Education Fellow, who will lead the design, communication, coordination, facilitation, and evolution of Engage Democracy trainings, workshops and presentations. Learn More: Full Job Description & Application ProcessGEPHARDT INSTITUTE GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP - Gephardt Evaluation, Assessment, and Research (GEAR) AssistantThe Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is hiring a GEAR Assistant, who will support assessment, evaluation and strategy for the institute. Learn More: Full Job Description & Application ProcessGRADUATE PROGRAM ASSISTANTSHIP - CENTER FOR HUMAN SERVICE LEADERSHIP & DELMAR DIVINE CO-LOCATION SITEThe Center for Human Service Leadership and its staff at the Delmar DivINe co-location site provide capacity building services (training, consulting, information, referral) to the nonprofit tenants and their employees. The Graduate Program Assistant will assist in the design, planning and implementation of programs and services offered. The Assistant will receive faculty sponsorship and mentorship from Barry Rosenberg. Learn More: Full Job Description & Application ProcessMASTERS RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN URBAN DESIGN, BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTHProfessor Rodrigo Reis is offering a fellowship to an incoming graduate student pursuing an MPH or MSW/MPH dual-degree student with interest in the intersection between urban design, the built environment and health. The fellow will work in the Prevention Research Center in St. Louis (PRC-STL) with multiple opportunities to contribute to research, policy, project development and communications. Learn More: Full Job Description & Application ProcessMasters Research Fellow in Public Health Policy ResearchThe Masters Research Fellow in Public Health Policy Research will have opportunities to work on ongoing public health research, evaluation and dissemination and implementation projects that use mixed methods or systems science methods, specifically in tobacco control. The position is offered within the Center for Public Health Systems Science and will receive faculty sponsorship from Todd Combs, Research Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Research at CPHSS. Learn More: Full Job Description & Application Process While we will share many positions, we know that the list of fellowships and assistantships we promote is not comprehensive. WashU is a large research institution with many opportunities for graduate students. We encourage you to follow along as we share opportunities, but also explore other opportunities that may be a good fit for you and your practice and research interests.