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The Stanford King Center on Global Development’s Academic Year Part-Time Research Assistant Program connects King Center faculty affiliates and affiliated researchers with undergraduate students committed to providing approximately 10 hours per week (no more) of research support during winter and spring quarters.
Students have the opportunity to engage in world-class research and have real-world impact. Undergraduate student research assistants receive a stipend of $1,500 for each quarter.
Students must be enrolled full-time to participate. Students are not allowed to also receive academic credit for this research.
Research Project Description:
We have 200 refugees enrolled this summer in collaboration with Makerere University and Outbox Uganda to deliver training and networking for entrepreneurship.
Research Mentor: Dr. Charles "Chuck" Eesley, Associate Professor, Management Science an Engineering
Stanford undergraduate students in good academic standing are eligible to apply.
Co-term students must have undergraduate student status.
Students must be enrolled full-time to hold this position.
All majors are welcome
The time commitment is defined as no more than 10 hours per week (equivalent to a 3-unit course) during the fall quarter with possible continuation in winter and spring quarters.
These hours may be an average and be flexible across the 10-week quarter to accommodate your academic obligations such as finals week.
Along with the application, applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, resume or CV, and an unofficial Stanford transcript.
Incoming frosh do not need to submit transcripts for fall quarter applications.
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