Baylor University Poage Library

Graduate Assistantship - Poage Legislative Library


• Project Assistant •

The Graduate Assistant will work fifteen hours per week with archival papers in Poage Library of as a member of the staff. Under the supervision and direction of the Library Director or bullock Archivist, the Graduate Assistant will analyze, arrange, and describe unprocessed manuscript collections; prepare finding aids, and other research tools; and assist with research requests.

Graduate students in the humanities and social sciences
are especially encouraged to apply for this assistantship.

Graduate assistants must meet all requirements for admission to the Graduate School of Baylor University, including presentation of acceptable scores on the Graduate Record Examination. Application for admission to graduate study should be made to Dean of the Graduate School, Baylor University, P. O. Box 97284, Waco TX 76798.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae and a letter of application, indicating field of graduate study, anticipated stipend and tuition needs, and any particular qualifications for this position to

 

Ben Rogers Director
Poage Legislative Library
One Bear Place #97153, Waco TX 76798
254-710-3767/3540 • FAX 254-710-3059
Or Ben_rogers@baylor.edu

Further information about the Graduate Assistantship described above may be requested from the Director or Mary Goolsby
(mary_goolsby@baylor.edu)

Baylor University admits students of any race, color, sex, and national or ethnic origin.

Graduate Assistant Job Description: Online:
http://www.baylor.edu/lib/poage/index.php?id=54442


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