Research Opportunities Database
|Title||Number of opportunities||Posted||Last Updated|
|The Ethics of Partnering with Industry for Public Health||
You will help develop an annotated bibliography of articles, policy papers, and websites addressing the influence of industry on nutrition policy and public health research. This will become a web-based resource that will complement a book project on the ethical challenges of partnering with industry to promote public health. I hope to have a first draft by the middle of Spring 2016. If you have questions, please email me, as I check email more frequently than I check voicemail. Many thanks...
Mentor: Jonathan Marks
|2-3||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|The Rapport Project||
Our lab is interested in the way in which people interact, specifically how people establish rapport with one another. The Rapport Project consists of an ongoing series of studies that will help us understand the social construct of ‘rapport.’ We emphasize the role of technology in the process of data collection and real time intervention. Future studies of the Rapport Project will involve the use of facial avatars both for analysis and real time manipulation within the course of the...
Mentor: Timothy Brick
|4||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|The Role of Cognitive and Mathematical Structures in Problem Solving Process||
Our research group is interested in studying the cognitive role of mathematical aesthetics and strategic choices of problem solving solution methods and the relational role of item discrimination and difficulty. We examine how problem solvers’ behavior might be manipulated or altered by a simple modification of problem structures.
Mentor: Hartono Tjoe
|1 or 2||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|The Structures of Crystalline and Quasicrystalline Intermetallic Compounds||
X-ray diffraction studies of the atomic arrangements in various intermetallic compounds containing aluminum, rare earths, or other metals are being carried out. Each material presents some interesting challenges. Some materials exhibit twinning, some are high temperature phases, and some have large unit cells. Of particular interest are the quasicrystalline phases which exhibit symmetries forbidden in crystalline structures. Methods for the study of the structures of these strange materials...
Mentor: Earle Ryba
|2||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|Trafika Europe Internships||
Trafika Europe is an exciting and innovative project showcasing new European literature in English translation, offering regular semester-long and summer internships.
The project includes our acclaimed Library of Congress-indexed online literary journal series, literary events calendar, online bookshop, audio interviews, literary animated videos, and preparing to launch Trafika Europe Radio – Europe’s literary radio station, online. Please...
Mentor: Andrew Singer
|4||January 6, 2020||April 13, 2020|
|Ukiyoe Research Internship||
Students meet with Dr. Eubanks and Palmer Museum staff in the first week of the semester for an orientation. They then select 5-6 woodblock prints from the Museum's collection to research thoroughly, creating a 3-5 page written description for each. The internship gives students an opportunity to polish critical writing skills, learn art preservation and handling techniques, and work with library and museum staff with critical materials. Students earn 3 credits (LA 495).
Mentor: Charlotte Eubanks
|1-2 per semester||January 1, 2018||October 29, 2018|
|undergrad exeprience in nano/bio/opto||
If you'd like to enhance your knowledge by learning fundamentals of nanotechnology for bioengineering or nanophotonics or nanoelectronics applications, please, contact Prof. Slava V. Rotkin (Materials Research Institute, Millennium Science Complex, N-332).
Mentor: Slava V Rotkin
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|Undergraduate Research Assistant - Safe and Healthy Communities||
The Safe and Healthy Communities Initiative is looking for detail-oriented undergraduates to assist in research related to an ongoing multicomponent statewide child sexual abuse prevention trial.
This study is affiliated with the Child Maltreatment Solutions Network.
Mentor: Kate Guastaferro
|4-5||September 30, 2019||March 17, 2020|
|Undergraduate Research Assistant Needed for Project on Transitions in Health and Close Relationships||
Our lab is conducting a project which is designed to explore the connections between changes in health and close relationships as people age. We are currently enrolling participants, conducting interviews, delivering surveys, tracking participants and cleaning data. Undergraduate research assistants will have the opportunity to gain valuable research experience and develop numerous skills relevant to complex longitudinal research. Undergraduate research assistants can receive course credits...
Mentor: Ruixue Zhaoyang
|1||August 26, 2019||August 12, 2019|
|Undergraduate research in the Spatial Information and Intelligence Laboratory||
Motivated undergraduate students are encouraged to apply reearch positions at the Spatial Information and Intelligence Laboratory at the College of Information Sciences and Technology (E302 Westgate Building). Current onging research projects include
Human-computer dialogue systems: speech-gesture recognition (Kinect sensors), dialogue processing, discourse modeling, agent-based interactions
Visual analytics: information visualization; data...
Mentor: Guoray Cai
|4||September 27, 2019||December 17, 2019|