Students seeking research assistant positions may email Emily De Puy (FHB@fas.harvard.edu), the Coordinator of FHB, to request a listing. All listings are removed after two months (unless an extension is requested at least three days before expiration). Students should include the following information: (i) their name and official student status (e.g., Harvard undergraduate class of 2016 or GSAS 4), (ii) the field(s) in which they are looking for employment (e.g., genoeconomics), (iii) their desired hours and job duration, (iv) a copy of a current resume, and (v) their contact information.
Students Seeking Research Assistance - Postings
Harvard Undergraduate '16
S-10ab student seeking research opportunity
I am currently a junior in high school and am seeking a business internship or science research project for this upcoming summer. Academically, I excel in all of my subjects; however, I tend to be strongest in math and science.
This past summer I was fortunate enough to participate in the Harvard Summer School Program, where I was enrolled in the Principles of Economics (ECON S-10AB) course. The experience was rewarding and I walked away from it with a more profound knowledge of the material.
I would like to complement my classroom studies with something more tangible—hands-on research. For this reason, I look forward to having the opportunity to learn from the finest, working side-by-side with a Harvard affiliate.
Kindly contact me at the aforementioned email address to discuss any available openings.
I thank you in advance for your consideration.
Harvard Undergraduate '17
Name/Status: Andrew Fraga / Harvard undergraduate class of 2017
Research Fields: Behavioral economics, social influence, decision-making, negotiations, and social psychology
Desired Hours and Job Duration: Available most afternoons during the workweek except Thursday. Ideally, 2-3 hours per week. The position can last over multiple semesters.
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
MIT Grad - Psychology/Behavioral Economics
Name/Status: Emily K. Chen, MIT graduate (June 2014), B.S. degrees in Brain & Cognitive Sciences and Classics
Research Fields: Psychology, Behavioral Economics
Desired Hours and Job Duration: Full-time, September
Contact Information: email@example.com
Harvard Undergraduate '16 - Behavioral Economics
Name/Status: Secil Altintas, Harvard undergraduate, Class of 2016
Research Fields: Behavioral Economics, Entrepreneurial Management, Organizational Behavior, Marketing
Desired Hours and Job Duration: Whole month of June, and after mid-August (can continue in the fall)
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org