Undergraduate Research

Research experience work-study
Hired at the beginning of each semester
https://studentemployment.neu.edu/Cmx_Content.aspx?cpId=3

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. Work study-eligible students can apply directly to the Sociology & Anthropology Department. If arrangements have been made to work with a particular faculty member, the department can allocated work study resources accordingly.

Research co-ops with a faculty member, paid or unpaid, full- or part-time
Due dates follow the normal CO-OP schedule
http://www.northeastern.edu/ashcoop/

You can fulfill your CO-OP experience by conducting research for a faculty member at Northeastern or elsewhere either domestically or abroad. Seek out a professor who is working on a topic that you are qualified to and interested in assisting with. Draft up a plan for how you can contribute to their research and what the outcome will be. Then present the plan to Lisa Worsch for her approval.

Undergraduate Research Journal, information

A new CSSH journal is in formation as a platform for publishing new research in the social sciences and humanities conducted and written by undergraduate students. The new journal will be an entirely student run operation, with the editors, editorial board, and reviewers comprised entirely of undergraduate students. For more information, please contact Professor Chris Parsons at c.parsons@neu.edu.