The University UG research committee is pleased to announce the creation of the Work-study Research Assistantship Program. This program will provide year-round funding for undergraduate research assistants. This year will be a pilot program with 10 positions, all located in CEHHS through the Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education. Work-study population tends to be freshman and sophomores, low-income, first generation students.
Expectations for the Student:
- Students will work as a research assistant for the assigned faculty member for 150 hours per semester. The schedule will be worked out between the student and the faculty member.
- Students will fill out a bi-weekly timesheet on time to get paid. Unprocessed time sheets will not be paid, and cannot be made up in the future.
- For the 2015-2016 academic year, the pay rate is $7.25 per hour.
More information about these positions is available through the Office of Undergraduate Research Federal Work Study Research Assistantships.
If you are interested in participating, then please contact Marisa Moazen before Friday, August 14.