Job & Research Opportunities

Below is a selective list of opportunities that cognitive science majors and linguistics minors may find of interest. Students are encouraged to also explore opportunities made available through the Life Design Lab. The Life Design Lab provides a rich suite of services and an expansive database to support Johns Hopkins student and alumni career development and job/internship searches.

Do you have an opportunity that is specifically applicable to our cognitive science and linguistics undergraduate students? Contact the academic program coordinator. Employers should cross-post their job/internship opportunities with the Life Design Lab


  • Undergraduate Research Symposium, JHU

    Posted: September 2, 2020

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    October 27, 2020  |  4:30 – 9 pm (ET)  |  on Zoom

    The Neuroscience Honor Society (Nu Rho Psi) is hosting the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS), co-sponsored by the HOUR Office. URS provides a unique forum for JHU undergraduate students to share their work.  Students will have the opportunity to give an 8-10 minute presentation describing their research, followed by 2-3 minutes to field questions from the audience.

    URS is open to all majors. Applications to present are due Sept 27th. URS is also a great way to earn honors credit depending on what the criteria is for each department, especially for anyone thinking of graduating this fall.

    Even if students are not interested in presenting, everyone is invited to attend the student presentations and listen live to our Keynote Speaker, Dr. Andrey Vyshedskiy, Professor of Biology at Boston University.