Research and Internship Opportunities
Below are research opportunities available to our undergraduates through the Arrighi Center, Johns Hopkins, and the community. Check back frequently for updates if you are looking for research or internship opportunities throughout the school year, or contact Dr. Dan Pasciuti at email@example.com to express your interest in finding a position.
Undergraduate Research Day
The Global Social Change and Development (GSCD) Program, in conjunction with support from the Arrighi Center, is looking for undergraduates who would like to participate in Johns Hopkins University’s first Undergraduate Research Day in April 2017. The event will consist of a poster session allowing undergraduate students to demonstrate their ongoing or recently completed research to those in the community who may not otherwise normally see their results. If you are interested in pursuing this as part of your research goals, please contact Dr. Dan Pasciuti at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and for advice on the direction of your research.
Provost Undergraduate Research Awards
Johns Hopkins is encouraging all undergraduate students to consider applying for the Provost Undergraduate Research Awards (PURA), which confers a $2,500 fellowship or 6 credits towards the fulfillment of university graduation requirements. Applications for the fall cycle of awards opens on Sept. 1 and closes Oct. 15. Winners are announced Nov. 1. The spring cycle opens Jan. 1 and ends Feb. 15. Winners are announced March 3. Contact the Arrighi Center for advice on your work. Learn more about PURA.
Global Social Protest Research Working Group
The Arrighi Center’s Global Social Protest Research Working Group is currently looking for advanced undergraduate GSCD majors who would like to participate in conducting research on social protests. The Global Social Protest Research Working Group has been operating for two years and is conducting an examination of trends in global unrest. Please contact Dr. Sahan Savas Karatasli at email@example.com if you are interested in participating.
Mama Hope Global Advocate Program
Mama Hope is an NGO in San Francisco that has contacted the International Studies Program about potential applicants to the Global Advocate Program. It is a 9-month program that seeks to work with local African communities on development projects. Learn more.