Current Research Positions

The student application deadline for Summer 2017 is midnight on Friday, March 10. Preview the application (.pdf).

Applications will require a current resume. Make an appointment with Career Planning, or stop by APEX on Wednesdays from 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 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!

  1. Describe the specific objectives you hope to gain from your first choice research experience.
  2. What strengths (academic and non-academic) do you bring to this project that will contribute to its success?
Professor General Area of research Dates Hours/week
Bonvallet (.pdf) Synthesis and testing of light-activated molecular containers 5/29 - 7/21 35-40
Bos (.pdf) Politics and K-12 Schools 5/30 - 7/21 35-40
Bowen/Kelvey (.pdf) Calculus Textbook and Lab Renewal 5/16 - 7/7 35-40
Fitz Gibbon (.pdf) Community Data Center 5/16 - 7/7 35-40
Fraga (.pdf) Molecular Evolution of Protein Function - POSITION FILLED 6/5 - 7/28 35-40
Freeze (.pdf) Gershwin's Piano Concertos 6/1 - 8/1 35-40
Ison (.pdf) Ecological field research examining the pollen and flower color preference in native bee species. 6/12 - 8/4 35-40
Lehtinen (.pdf) Convergent Evolution of Melanism in Squirrels 5/17 - 7/12  35-40
Mariola/Moledina (.pdf) Farmer Diversification Strategies  5/29 - 7/21 35-40
Muellner (.pdf) Digital Curation of German Women's History Archive 6/1-7/15 35-40
Shaya/Holt (.pdf) Wooster Digital History Project  5/22 - 7/7 35-40