Northeastern offers countless opportunities for students to engage in process of discovery with over 30 interdisciplinary research centers and more than 600 full-time faculty collaborating on basic and applied research in the United States and around the globe.
Criminal Justice Opportunities for Graduate and Undergraduate Students
Students in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice conduct cutting-edge research alongside our faculty experts in topics including bias victimization, urban violence, homicide and suicide, human trafficking, juvenile justice, mass incarceration, and racial equity. The School houses several centers and labs that align closely with topics covered in the criminal justice curriculum. Students of all class years in our bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs are always welcomed and encouraged to engage in research opportunities with us.
CRIM 2991 is a course designed for undergraduates who are interested in engaging in independent or group research under the supervision of a faculty member.
Undergraduate students can receive honors distinction in their major on their transcripts by successfully completing an honors research project.
Provost Office’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavor Awards
The Provost’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors Awards offer financial and academic support to Northeastern students seeking to conduct original projects of their own design.
Undergraduate Research Initiative
The Undergraduate Research Initiative (URI) encourages undergraduate students in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities to carry out research and other creative activities in collaboration with, or under the close supervision of, faculty members with relevant research expertise.
Brudnick Center Student Research Award
Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict supports research that seeks solutions to problems of hostility and hatred arising from inter-group conflict and differences
Regional and National Fellowship Programs
The Office of Fellowships provides assistance for students interested in applying for an array of national and regional fellowship programs.
Research experience work-study
If you qualify for work-study through your financial aid package, you may use the work-study money to work as a research assistant for a professor. Students should coordinate hiring into work study position with the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
You can fulfill your co-op experience by conducting research for a faculty member at Northeastern or elsewhere either domestically or abroad.
Undergraduate Research Forum
CSSH invites undergraduates to submit a proposal to present at the annual Undergraduate Research Forum. Any undergraduate CSSH student who has conducted original research independently or in collaboration with a faculty member is eligible to participate. Presentations will be 10 minutes long and presenters will have the opportunity to discuss their work with the audience.
Each year, in an effort to support Northeastern University’s commitment to use-inspired research and solution focused innovation, hundreds of students and faculty members embark on an exciting opportunity to showcase the research and innovative thinking of the Northeastern community at the Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo (RISE).
Student Research: The Problem Properties Task Force08.10.2020
Student Research: Discrimination Faced by Women in Policing08.10.2020
Student Research: Cybersecurity and Privacy Rights08.10.2020
Student Research: Massachusetts Hate Crime Resource Center08.10.2020
Student Research: Correctional Officer Well-Being08.12.2020