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Student Research Worker

October 14, 2016

3D Printing Research Projects on Innovation

Project Summary:
3D Printers are now commonly used for prototyping for invention and innovation in a variety of products and industries; our students being part of Generation Z cohort, also called centennials, have been exposed to Internet and digital technology, since their childhood. As customers, they use smart phones, iPads, laptops, Facebook, Snap chats, to name a few. This student-centered research is focused on new product development with the use Tinkercad, MakerBot, Delta Go, and a variety of hardware and software technologies.

Qualifications:
An entrepreneurial mindset and wiling to collaborate with the professor on cutting-edge ideas. Students who are artists, or, show flair for creativity in the arts and culture are most welcome--those who have traveled outside the United States, especially to Europe or Asia, is a plus.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ability to work with digital technology in Apps, Internet, Photoshop, and Adobe software, including Cloud technology are helpful
  • Meet with the professor about twice a week, at least for 30 minutes during weekdays
  • Communicate the research work with the professor at least once in two days over emails and through Blackboard
  • Willing to take subways to Manhattan, and New Jersey when needed

Recruiting Information

  • Undergraduate - Junior
  • Spring
  • 10 hours per week
  • Queens campus
  • Paid - $10 per hour

Position Status: OPEN

Interested in this Job?

If you are interested in this research opportunity, call Dr. Jay Nathan at 718-990-1879 or e-mail nathanj@stjohns.edu.