Research & Leadership Opportunities @ ND
*NEW* Undergraduate Research Assistants for Visiting Scholar [Spring 2018]
Dr. Barbara Walters, Professor of Sociology at City University of New York and Visiting Scholar with the Center for the Study of Religion and Society at Notre Dame, is looking for undergraduate students to assist in a research project on the Conventions for the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), Religiosity, and the Rights of Women. Please read the project description for additional information.
NDIAS: Undergraduate Research Assistant for an NDIAS Fellow
As part of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS), Undergraduate Research Assistants work alongside NDIAS Fellows on questions that span the arts, engineering, humanities, law, and the formal, natural, and social sciences.This program seeks the most promising undergraduate students at the University who wish to develop their skills for the study of big ideas across disciplinary boundaries and to utilize their experience at the Institute as a model for their own training and scholarship. Read more here.
Kellogg Institute: International Scholars Program
The Kellogg Institute for International Studies offers selected students the opportunity to pursue international studies with guidance from Kellogg faculty fellows. The program is designed to bring highly talented and intellectually motivated students with an interest in international issues into the activities of the Institute. The Program involves a series of activities to involve its student scholars in a much more in-depth study of international issues than they would normally be exposed to in their departmental major.The Kellogg Institute for International Studies offers selected students the opportunity to pursue international studies with guidance from Kellogg Faculty Fellows. Learn more here
Institute for Latino Studies: Student Worker Positions
ILS hires students each year to assist with individual professors’ research, institute programming, and office administration. Read more here.
Center for Social Concerns: Leadership for Social Change Fellows Program
In this program, participants will form a learning community that will actively explore promoting positive social change and the common good as it relates to personal calling and vocational goals. Learn more here
Political Science Department: Research Apprenticeship Course
This course is an excellent opportunity to learn how research in political science is done and to help you make the transition from the kind of writing typically assigned in classes to original research of your own. Get the details here