Dean's Undergraduate Research Awards
Johns Hopkins University
336 Garland Hall
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Faculty Research Assistantships will be open to freshman, sophomore, and junior KSAS students. Awards will be made in the spring of 2014. Successful candidates will work closely with a full-time faculty member in the School of Arts and Sciences to contribute to existing or new elements of the faculty member’s own research. Funding for all projects may be used for any research-related expenses, such as travel, equipment, supplies, printing costs, data collection, or for a student stipend. Faculty are encouraged to post opportunities for potential assistants by emailing their name, contact information, and a brief description of the position to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your project is funded, a final product must be turned in to the Office of the Dean at the end of the award period. This product will be the culmination of your research, such as a thesis, a paper, a documentary, or the like, and will be posted on the DURA website.
Deadline 2014: Thursday, February 27th by 11:59pm
The online application can be found here.
One letter of recommendation from a faculty member is required. Once your application is complete, please ask your recommender to upload the letter where indicated at the top of the application.
Please note that you must review the HIRB guidelines prior to submitting your proposal.
Program in Museums and Society/History of Art Department
Assist with research for a book examining the reception of a Renaissance portrait in the 19th/20th/21st centuries. Ideal candidate will speak/read/write Turkish in order to devise and conduct interviews via email and Skype. Other qualifications involve strong research skills, ability to work independently, and knowledge of/interest in history and history of art.
Contact: Dr. Elizabeth Rodini, Program in Museums and Society/History of Art Department, email@example.com, 410-516-4827.