Current Research Positions

Spring 2022 Sophomore Research Positions

Current second-semester first years, sophomores, and first-semester juniors are eligible for these positions. Students have the choice to work for $8.80/hour or for course credit. Please click on the PDF to read a more detailed explanation of the positions and skills required.

Student Application Form

Applications are due November 30, 2021.

Name Positions Description Hours per week
Professor AdamsHistory – PDF3 hours/week
Professor AtayMedia, Gender, Queer Studies, Pedagogy – PDF5 hours/week
Professor BeutnerLiterary magazine development & novel editing – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor BonvalletChemistry – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor BrodaBuilding an inclusive and comprehensive catalogue of resources authored by BIPOC scholars – PDF5 hours/week
Professor Bowen and Professor PierceInvestigating Inclusive Pedagogies in Mathematics – PDF5 hours/week
Professor ChaudharyEconomics and Firms’ environmental/financial behavior – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor CowingLiterary studies and literary history, Native/Indigenous literature and history – PDF 3 hours/week
Professor EdmistonEnvironmental Chemistry – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor FeierabendChemistry – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor Edith FosterConstruct the bibliography for a book on ancient Greek historian – PDF 3 hours/week
Professor FragaEvolutionary Biochemistry – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor HerrmannFilm studies, gender studies, environmental humanities – PDF3
hours/week
Professor HerzmannFace Recognition, Other-Race Effect – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor HoltLocal History, Digital History – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor HopeThe role of religion and spirituality for Black youth health outcomes – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor KellyMolecular Biology/Neuroscience – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor KelveyCombinatorial Game Theory and Graph Theory – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor LearyPhysics – optics – PDF 3 hours/week
Professor LehtinenEcology, Evolutionary Biology – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor Martinsynthesizing 7-substitute 2-quinolones, a biologically important motif – PDF 5 hours/week
Professor ManzHistory of the Department of Physics – PDF3 hours/week
Professor ManzProofreading a translated text from German to English – PDF3 hours/week
Professor ManzPhysics, Mechanical Engineering – PDF3 hours/week
Professor MiyawakiRace and Ethnicity, Mixed Race, Part Latinx Identity- PDF 5 hours/week
Professor MorenoSustainable agriculture and restoration ecology – PDF5 hours/week
Professor Nathan FosterCognitive Psychology, Human Memory – PDF5 hours/week
Professor ReganRepresentation in STEM – PDF5 hours/week
Professor ShayaLocal History, Digital History, Oral History of Civil Rights – PDF5 hours/week
Professor SniderBiochemistry – PDF3 hours/week
Professor WangComparative Literature – PDF5
hours/week
Professor WeberPolitics, Law enforcement policy, local politics – PDF3 hours/week
Professor WilesTree Ring Research – PDF5 hours/week
Professor WilliamsCancer cell biology, statistical analysis – PDF5 hours/week