Opportunities for Undergraduate Students
Please find below projects seeking research assistants in the Department of Linguistics. Available positions are limited each semester. This page is under ongoing development. Please check back regularly for updates.
UPCOMING APPLICATION PERIODS:
Fall 2023: July, 2023 (Dates TBA)
Spring 2024: November, 2023 (Dates TBA)
- Volunteer: Unpaid; hours and length of commitment are variable;
- Paid Research Assistantship: Paid from a research grant or department funds; hours and length of commitment are variable.
Note: Please read each posting carefully for specific requirements. A link to the application form will be added to this page once the application period for the upcoming semester opens. Please note that you will need an advising transcript and recent resume. You may apply to more than one project in your application.
Applications are assessed on the basis of academic excellence and stated qualifications. All applicants will be informed by email regarding the outcome of their submission.
|Professor, Project Information||Seeking Students?|
Research Assistant: The research assistant (RA) will help with scholarly literature searches and development of experimental materials. The RA will attend regular meetings (via Zoom or in person) with the supervisor.
Open to: Current undergraduate students: NEW RAs only (no previous paid RAships in LING)
|No (closed): 1 RA (paid) in Summer 2023
Phonology, Psycholinguistics, Acquisition
Volunteers, Phonological Processing Lab: Seeking up to 4 volunteer RAs. RAs will engage with the PhonoLab research projects, including experimental work (eye-tracking, perception, production, artificial language learning) and typological work (research with primary sources and database creation). RAs will be matched with a primary project that matches their interests and expertise, but will have the chance to be involved with multiple projects. Tasks include experimental design, construction, and data collection; data analysis; review and analysis of primary literature; general lab duties like documenting RPS credits.
Open to: Current undergraduate students in LING, Cognitive Science, or related fields
|No (closed): up to 4 volunteers in Summer 2023
6 hrs/week (includes weekly 1-hr lab meeting)
If you have any questions about the application process, please contact the Research Grants and Projects Coordinator.