Radcliffe Research Partners Program
Opens Jun 22 2021 12:01 AM (EDT)
Description

As a Harvard College student, you can be part of a research program that students have called “rewarding,” “unique,” and “amazing.” You can work side by side with a Radcliffe Institute fellow.

Our Radcliffe Research Partners program matches students with leading artists, scholars, scientists, and professionals.

The partnership is designed to be mutually beneficial. Fellows act as mentors, while students provide research assistance, acquire valuable research skills, and participate in the Institute’s rich intellectual life.

The partnerships mirror the multidisciplinary nature of the Institute with project topics in

  • the arts; 
  • gender studies;
  • the humanities and social sciences;
  • public policy; and
  • STEM research.

As a Radcliffe research partner, you will be paid $15 per hour and work an average of 8 to 12 hours a week under the supervision of a Radcliffe fellow.

View descriptions of 2021-22 research partnership opportunities here and a list of frequently asked questions here.

To be eligible to participate, Harvard College students must be registered and enrolled in courses and have legal authorization to work in the United States.

The 2021-22 application deadline is July 25, 2021. If you have any question that is not covered in the frequently asked questions, email us at rrp@radcliffe.harvard.edu

Apply

Radcliffe Research Partners Program


As a Harvard College student, you can be part of a research program that students have called “rewarding,” “unique,” and “amazing.” You can work side by side with a Radcliffe Institute fellow.

Our Radcliffe Research Partners program matches students with leading artists, scholars, scientists, and professionals.

The partnership is designed to be mutually beneficial. Fellows act as mentors, while students provide research assistance, acquire valuable research skills, and participate in the Institute’s rich intellectual life.

The partnerships mirror the multidisciplinary nature of the Institute with project topics in

  • the arts; 
  • gender studies;
  • the humanities and social sciences;
  • public policy; and
  • STEM research.

As a Radcliffe research partner, you will be paid $15 per hour and work an average of 8 to 12 hours a week under the supervision of a Radcliffe fellow.

View descriptions of 2021-22 research partnership opportunities here and a list of frequently asked questions here.

To be eligible to participate, Harvard College students must be registered and enrolled in courses and have legal authorization to work in the United States.

The 2021-22 application deadline is July 25, 2021. If you have any question that is not covered in the frequently asked questions, email us at rrp@radcliffe.harvard.edu

Apply
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