ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Operation Twelve Undergraduate Research Program (URP) is a 22-week Research Experience for Undergraduates designed to engage students in diverse and exciting research in psychology, economics, biology, public health, global health, social sciences, cognitive sciences, behavioral sciences and neuroscience.
In particular, the URP seeks to increase the diversity of students successfully prepared to pursue STEM career pathways, and to recruit individuals from institutions with limited undergraduate research opportunities.
Applicants of any race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, dis/ability or veteran status are welcome. Students who are members of a group that is historically under-represented in social sciences, including students who are Hispanic/LatinX, Black or African American, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, American Indian or Alaska Native, and LGBTQIA+ are strongly encouraged to apply. Students who are first-generation, nontraditional, economically disadvantaged, veterans, or parents and students with disabilities are also strongly encouraged to apply.
DATES AND ELIGIBILITY
The following are minimum requirements to participate in this program. Most requirements must be met at the time you apply. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out.
Early November to Early April
Junior or Senior in an accredited College or University
Applicants must be majoring in and have a strong academic background in one of the eligible majors. Excellent relevant academic record required, and at least two years of university course work (high school AP credit does not count).
Cognitive Science, Psychology, Sociology, Biology, Neuroscience or any related discipline.
INTERNSHIP GOALS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To familiarize students with the steps involved in developing a research project, from initial motivating ideas to a rough design, design of materials, pilot studies, draft final design, tuning of parameters, and execution of the experiment.
To familiarize students with methods used to study human information processing – including the use of reaction time and error measures.
To familiarize students with the problems of discovering patterns in the data. This will involve learning about the various data summarization and statistical analysis tools of human research.
To provide practical experience in carrying out research projects, analyzing data, and writing up and presenting results in meetings (including experience in using specialized tools at each stage of this process).
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HOW TO APPLY
Applications open on August 4, 2022 and close on September 22, 2022
- REVIEW THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Under Eligibility, you can find the minimum requirements for this program. Most requirements must be met at the time you apply. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
- SUMBIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION
Complete the online application. You may need to upload transcripts, passport photos, or other documents.