Students Seeking Research Opportunities

Research Marketplace - Students Seeking Positions

Students seeking research positions should email the following information to fhb@fas.harvard.edu: your resume, official student status at Harvard (e.g., Harvard undergraduate class of 2016), research interests, number of hours per week you want to work, duration of work, email address and phone number.  

Students Seeking Research Assistance - Postings

Huafeng Yu, Smith College, 2016

Name/Status: Huafeng (Louise) Yu, Smith College Undergraduate Class of 2016, B.A. in Psychology and Economics

Research Fields: economics, psychology, marketing, decision making

Desired Hours and Job Duration: Part-time or full-time position, available immediately until June 2017

Contact Information: louise.yu0416@gmail.com, (413) 355-1467

Please click HERE for resume 

Omer Ben-Ami, Minerva Schools at KGI, 2019

My name is Omer Ben-Ami and I am a Freshman at Minerva Schools at KGI concentrating in Economics and Computer Science. I would be glad to take part in research related to behavioral economics, decision-making, and also psychological aspects such as the science of motivation, and the science of happiness. I am also interested in macroeconomics. Lastly, I would be glad to take part in research that is methodology focused, across several fields (i.e. a study focused on synthetic control methods within psychology, sociology, and economics. A study focused on analogy as an inference tool in the sciences.).

I have no constraints regarding the number of hours per week (as much as needed). I can start working on May 20th and am available until August 10th.Resume

Omer Ben-Ami
Bachelor of Science Candidate in Economics and Computer Science
Minerva Schools at KGI Class of 2019
628-999-3367 | omer@minerva.kgi.edu

Carol Wu, Harvard College Visiting Undergraduate Student, 2017

I am Carol Wu, a visiting undergraduate student at Harvard College concentrating in Economics and Mathematics. I am particularly interested in finance and economics. I am looking for a research assistant position for 30 hours/week from March through August 2016. CV

Carol Wu
Bachelor of Arts, Double Major in Economics and Mathematics
Mount Holyoke College, Class of 2017
Harvard College Visiting Undergraduate Student
413-801-8151 | wwu@college.harvard.edu

Yanjia Bai, Harvard College Visiting Undergraduate Student, 2017

I am Yanjia Bai, a visiting undergraduate student at Harvard (for this spring term, summer and fall term) concentrating in Economics and Mathematics. I aspire to be an economist in the future and have gained some research assistance experience in background research and data processing so far. Particularly interested in the behavioral sciences behind economic decisions, I would love to work as a research assistant 20 hours/week in the entire year (March 2016 - January 2017). A full-time position in the summer is also desired. CV

Yanjia Bai
Bachelor of Economics Candidate (double majoring in Mathematics)
The University of Hong Kong, Class of 2017
Harvard College Visiting Undergraduate Student
617-460-3367 | ybai@college.harvard.edu

Daniel Katz, Northeastern University, 2017

My name is Daniel Katz and I am a third year economics major at Northeastern University with a minor in mathematics. I am particularly interested in behavioral economics, experimental economics, and econometrics. However, I am open to research in any field of economics, as I am looking to gain research experience. I am looking for a full time research assistant position, around 40 hours a week, from July-December 2016. I am also flexible when it comes to the duration and hours per week. CV

Daniel Katz
Candidate for Bachelor of Science in Economics (honors), Mathematics minor
Northeastern University Class of 2017
(845) 216-8242 | dankatz00@icloud.com

Julia Lu, Harvard College, 2019

My name is Julia Lu and I am a Freshman at Harvard College concentrating in Behavioral Economics with secondary in Computer Science and language citation in French. I am particularly interested in behavioral economics but would be open to other fields as well. I am available to work 5-10 hours a week in both the spring and fall semesters, but my schedule is flexible to accommodate any long term projects or commitments. Resume

Julia Lu
Bachelor of Arts Candidate in Behavioral Economics
Harvard College Class of 2019
713-405-9217 | julialu@college.harvard.edu 

Devon Higham, Harvard College, 2017

My name is Devon Higham and I am a Junior at Harvard College concentrating in Social Studies with a focus in Economics. I am particularly interested in issues relating to socioeconomic inequality but would love to work on projects in other fields. I am available to work 5-10 hours a week in both the fall and spring semesters, but am flexible depending on the particular needs of the project. Resume

Devon Higham
Bachelor of Arts Candidate in Social Studies
Harvard College Class of 2017

Zhaodong Chen, Harvard College, 2018

I am Zhaodong Chen, a sophomore concentrating in Applied Math and Economics. I am interested to be involved in research that has some quantitative analysis opportunity and open to any other research as well. I am available Fall and Spring  semester this year for between 5-8 hours per week. Resume

Contact information:

Zhaodong Chen
Bachelor of Arts Candidate in Applied Math/Economics
Harvard College Class of 2018
808-384-2696 | zchen01@college.harvard.edu

Tristan Threatt, Harvard College, 2018

My name is Tristan Threatt and I am looking for additional academic exposer as a research assistant at Harvard University. I am currently a Sophomore at Harvard College concentrating in Economics with an intended secondary in Psychology. I am interested in both of the aforementioned fields, but would also be open to explore other areas of research. During the 2016 Spring Semester I will be available for a 5-10 hour position. 

James "Tristan" Threatt
Bachelor of Arts Candidate in Economics
Harvard College Class of 2018
816-516-4764 | jamesthreatt@college.harvard.edu

Kevin Coakley, Harvard College, 2018

My name is Kevin Coakley and I am sophomore concentrating in Economics with a secondary in Psychology. I am interested in research in behavioral economics but am open to other research opportunities. I am available to work 5-10 hours per week for the spring semester. Please contact me with any questions.  

Kevin Coakley

A.B. Candidate in Economics

Harvard College | Class of 2018

KevinCoakley@College.Harvard.edu