The Institute for Social Research is home to many projects that provide opportunities for students to engage in research.
If you are interested in finding a research opportunity, there are several steps you can take:
- Ask your professors about research opportunities. They may have positions available, or know of a project that does.
- The U-M Careers page lists open positions at the University of Michigan. Students may find regular, temporary, or part-time positions here.
- The U-M Student Employment page lists opportunities specifically for students.
Additional resources for students:
The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program is a year-long academic experience that engages first, second year and transfer students in research, scholarly, and creative inquiry.
Summer Research Opportunity Program is designed for outstanding undergraduate students who are underrepresented in their field of study.
For Researchers Seeking Student Research Assistants:
Would you like to hire a student to assist in your research? Share opportunities on the U-M Student Employment page.
The Program in Survey and Data Science is the premier program training survey and data scientists. Conducting research is an essential part of training for students in this program. To connect with skilled MS and PhD students studying survey and data science, please contact the program.