Unless otherwise indicated, positions are on a volunteer basis. Previous experience is not required, and you should apply by contacting the researcher. You may be able to receive course credit for work done in some of these position. Speak with your research supervisor about this option if you are interested! For additional descriptions of faculty research programs, click on each professor's link on the department faculty webpages.
All the research opportunities that departmental labs want to advertise can be found in a sortable, searchable Google Sheet, which you can access here:
Check back in mid-January 2019 for the Spring 2019 Research Opportunities Spreadsheet!
The Spring 2019 Research Opportunity sheet will be uploaded in mid-January 2019, so check back then!
Using the Google Sheet
It may be helpful to sort by lab name or by research area (click on column you want to sort by, then choose Sort under Edit). You can also search for different keywords with the "Find" command (under Data).
If you wish to download the sheet, you can either:
- Download to Excel or PDF by clicking the link above, going to File, then "Download As..." and choosing your file type.
- Make a copy in your own Google Drive by logging into Google when you are viewing the sheet, going to File, then "Make a Copy."
Please be aware that if you download or copy the sheet, any new postings that come in after will not be included.