This is a selective list of opportunities that cognitive science and linguistics students may find of interest. Students should also expand their search through the Life Design Lab, URSCA, and more.
Undergraduates may receive credit for on- or off-campus independent academic work (IAW) OR be paid, but not both. Students may earn up to 3 IAW credits per term and up to 6 IAW credits per year (40 hours of work = 1 credit). What are the rules for IAW and how do I register for credit?
Finding & Funding Research or Internships
Finding the right IAW position can be hard work. Online resources, hands-on support, and even funding opportunities are readily available through these offices to help guide students through the process. HOUR provides a particularly helpful guide on how to seek out and secure research positions.
- Hopkins Office of Undergraduate Research (HOUR)
- Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activity (URSCA)
- Life Design Lab
- National Fellowships Program
Faculty may publicize student research positions and manage applications using HOUR’s ForagerOne platform.