Current Research Positions
The student application deadline for Spring 2016 is December 4, 2015.
Applications will require a current resume. Make an appointment with Career Planning, or stop by APEX on Wednesdays from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. to get help preparing your resume.
The application will request you to upload a copy of your one page resume as a PDF and for you to write one to two paragraphs for each of these prompts. Please have these ready before beginning the application as you may only submit ONE application!
- Describe the specific objectives you hope to gain from your first choice research experience.
- What strengths (academic and non-academic) do you bring to this project that will contribute to its success?
|Professor||General Area of research||Hours/week|
|Burch||Digital Humanities project on Madeleine de Scudery's Conversations||7|
|French and Francophone Studies||French and Francophone film/festival planning||3|
|Goldberg||Illustration assistance for a test in development - The Test of Auditory Functioning (TAF)||5|
|Grace||Literary Studies and History||4|
|Meese||Women in Sport/Athletics||5|
|Mullen Davis||Molecular Biology/Molecular Genetics||7|
|N'Diaye||Economic performance over time in African countries; security sector governance of selected African countries.||5|
|Prendergast||English Tudor literature and documents written in Latin and English||5|
|Price Jones||Computer Science Education||5|
|Regan||iPS cell reprogramming and cell division||4|
|Sirot||Invertebrate Biology Collection Inventory||7|
|Thelamour||Black College Student Research||6|
|You||Chinese Studies, Folklore Studies||7|