Check out our list of faculty looking for research assistants, updated regularly. From psychology to computer science, our program offers a wide range of research areas that will ignite your curiosity. Through hands-on exploration, you’ll collaborate with faculty, cultivate technical skills, and contribute to groundbreaking discoveries.
Meet with professors and/or graduate students in their office hours, tell them about your interests, and they’ll help you to find potential mentors. We encourage you to to maintain good academic standing and stay up-to-date on faculty news.
Neuroscience studies questions spanning the entire spectrum of modern neuroscience research and is characterized by collaborative interactions between faculty and students working at many different levels of analysis.
Psychology studies the processes of human behavior and how we develop and change over time. The neural and physiological underpinnings and effects of environmental and social influences are also examined.
Computer scientists design and implement efficient software solutions to computer-solvable problems. They are involved in the development of areas such as high-speed networks, multimedia and creative technologies, systems design, virtual reality, data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotics.
Linguistics is the study of language both as an abstract system and in its psychological and social contexts. It focuses on how the human mind structures, processes, and acquires language as well as how similar communication goals are met by diverse means in the languages of the world.
Biology studies the natural world to better understand living systems — from the biochemical to genes, and cells to global biodiversity.