The UMBC Interdisciplinary CoLab supports 3-5 narrative-based research projects to provide undergraduate students with an innovative, team-based applied learning opportunity through a three-credit (4-week, 30-hours per week) paid internship.
Ideal projects bring together 3-5 students with a UMBC faculty or staff member, who serves as the Project Leader
- to utilize diverse research methods, modes of analysis, and tools
- to produce public-facing final projects.
The goal is to provide students with an interdisciplinary research experience while developing collaborative skills, telling effective stories, and amplifying voices to the general public. Projects can be proposed by faculty or staff members, alone or in collaboration with outside community partners.
Submission deadline: Before close of business on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2018
Submit application materials to: Rachel Carter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Decisions announced: Mid-December 2018