Angela Marino, Professor

Closed (1) Journal Podcast Research, URAP Project Assistant

Closed. This professor is continuing with Spring 2021 apprentices on this project; no new apprentices needed for Fall 2021.

Latinx Research Center seeks a creative individual with strong writing and digital media skills to help us launch and oversee the production of our podcasts. The successful candidate will plan, record, edit, and promote podcasts pilot episodes for the LRC-branded podcasts.

Responsibilities include:
Pre-Production; Script development/Content Planning; Producer will work with the team on the narrative formation of pilots and episodes; Producer will manage and maintain an editorial calendar. The producer is responsible for researching and fact-checking information based on the episode’s subject-matter.


Directing and editing; experience on all aspects of audio production including importing sound,
original recording, audio editing, uploading, and publication.
Post-Production Marketing and Promotion; Producer will work with the team to shape and implement strategies for podcast promotion and distribution online.



Day-to-day supervisor for this project: Abraham Ramirez, Ph.D. candidate

Qualifications: Experience with audio production equipment and software i.e., Garageband, Audacity, ProTools, Adobe Audition. Passionate about research, journalism, and/or creative writing. Ability to summarize, synthesize, and analyze information/research/texts. Experience producing video or graphics is a plus.

Weekly Hours: to be negotiated

Off-Campus Research Site: Latinx Research Center (formerly the Center for Latino Policy Research)
2547 Channing Way (Shorb House)

Related website: http://lrc.berkeley.edu
Related website: https://tdps.berkeley.edu/people/angela-marino/

Closed (2) Critical Perspectives on Democracy in the American Hemisphere: A Study on Political Formation, Performance, and Popular Culture through interdisciplinary research focusing on Latinx Americas.

Applications for fall 2021 are now closed for this project.

The student will assist the professor in both research and creative work, collecting images, curating and updating a project website, working with transcriptions of talks and events, in addition to some writing and editing of published text, audio, and video research materials.

The student will learn hands-on research skills and processing of field notes and other materials into publications, events, and web-based media.

Qualifications: Strong organizational skills, experience with computers and media, self-directed.

Weekly Hours: to be negotiated

Off-Campus Research Site: Fall semester by Zoom.
Latinx Research Center (Formerly the Center for Latino Policy Research)
2547 Channing Way (Shorb House)

Related website: https://tdps.berkeley.edu/people/angela-marino/
Related website: http://lrc.berkeley.edu