Interested in gaining research experience? Here are some opportunities that are available to you! 

 

 

Fall and Spring Opportunities 

 

As a research assistant (RA), responsibilities include participant recruitment, help running studies both in the lab and potentially outdoor spaces, debriefing parents, data entry and video coding. Additionally, RAs will be involved in an informal reading and research group and will gain hands-on experience working with data. Research assistants will work closely with other team members and will be supervised by the Cooperation Lab’s director and lab coordinator.

Volunteer RA

Anyone motivated and genuinely interested scholar is welcome to volunteer as an RA. We ask that you are able to commit at least 6 hours or more.

Earn credit as an RA

This is for Boston College students during Fall and Spring semesters. Please provide proper documentations to earn credit.

 

Summer Programs

 

High School Summer Internship Program 

Starting spring 2018, high school students interested in getting hands-on research experience are welcome to apply to the lab for a summer internship.

Summer Internship Program

Each summer, we have a competitive full time volunteer research internship that is open to students from Boston College and other institutions. 

 

Other Opportunities 

Undergraduate Funding

Follow the link below to learn more about the scholarships, fellowships, and grants that Boston College offers undergraduates pursuing degrees in several academic fields.

Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Boston College offers funding to undergraduates with academic  promise and the opportunity to immerse themselves in research guided by a faculty advisor. 

 

MCAS Dean’s Office Conference Travel Reimbursement

Students can be reimbursed up to $250 for presenting their work at an academic conference.  See contact information below.

Joyce Mannix

Assoc. Director, HR and Administration

Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Boston College

T:617-552-2189  F:617-552-0625

 

 

Legacy Grants

Made possible by BC seniors and University Trustee Drake Behrakis '86, Legacy Grants are used to fund creative and innovative BC student projects that impact the lives of others. Projects that are funded by Legacy Grants inspire change, serve others, and exemplify what it means to be "men and women for others."