|Timestamp||University Name||Lab or Program Name||Link for more information||Submission Due Date(s)||Pay?||Comments|
|10/6/2021||Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)||Social-Personality Undergraduate Research (SPUR) Program, Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)||https://spsp.submittable.com/submit/203881/2022-spur-social-personality-undergraduate-research-program||11:59 PM ET on Nov. 1, 2021||$1,500||SPSP is now accepting applications for the Social-Personality Undergraduate Research (SPUR) Program, which aims to expand research opportunities for students from historically underrepresented backgrounds.|
Beginning in March 2022, the SPUR Program will gather mentors and trainees who will work together to complete an independent project between March-December. SPUR trainees will complete a poster at the program’s close to summarize the project and attend four seminars designed to promote success in graduate school.
Trainees in the program will receive a free SPSP membership, an SPSP Annual Convention registration award, and $1,500 for their mentored research time for approximately 120 hours worked across the months of the SPUR program.
|Stanford University||CSLI Summer Internship Program 2022|
(NSF REU Site: Language, Cognition and Computation)
|https://www-csli.stanford.edu/csli-summer-internship-program-2022||Jan. 15, 2022, 11:59 pm Pacific Standard Time (Please note the earlier deadline compared to last year!)||Interns will receive summer room and board as well as a stipend.||Interns will work closely with a faculty, postdoc, or grad student mentor on an original cognitive science research project. They will gain experience in developing the project, collecting data, and analyzing the results. In addition to their individual projects, interns will attend a weekly seminar with such topics as reading a scientific paper, introduction to the R data analysis platform, statistics and visualization, and presentation skills. The program will culminate with each intern presenting their work to an interdisciplinary audience.|
The topical focus of the program will be on language, learning, computation, and cognition, with an emphasis on giving students the technical skills they need to complete an independent project. Mentors will be from different departments across Stanford; the following PIs and labs participated last year (see links to learn more about the research conducted in these labs):
Internship date for Summer 2022: June 20 - Aug 12, 2022
The program is 8 weeks. Students should plan to be available for the entirety of the summer program in order to attend training sessions at the beginning of the program and final presentations at the end.
In general, interns are expected to be working full-time, 40 hours/week, from 9AM - 5PM, Monday - Friday. Stipend and housing will be provided
|11/10/2021 16:32:16||Rutgers University||https://www.rise.rutgers.edu/application-timetable||2/1 (rolling to mid March)||$5,000 - $6,000||free on-campus housing; U.S. citizen or permanent resident|
|University of Wisconsin-Madison||Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)||https://srop-uwmadison.smapply.io/prog/SROP2022/||February 15, 2022||A competitive summer stipend||This application consists of FIVE tasks:|
Applicant Information & Education Form
|University of Michigan – Ann Arbor||Michigan Summer Program in Cognition and Early Development (MSPICED)||https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mspiced/||February 15, 2022||External applicants are also highly encouraged to apply for funding from their home institutions or outside sources, and we will be happy to support such applications. Some additional funding may be available.||The Michigan Summer Program in Cognition and Early Development (MSPICED) is jointly hosted by four developmental psychology laboratories led by Drs. Nicole Gardner-Neblett, Susan Gelman, Ioulia Kovelman, and Felix Warneken. To be eligible for these stipends, applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents and must commit to full-time positions (40 hr/week).|
|Boston University||Developing Minds Lab||http://www.bu.edu/cdl/developing-minds-lab/||February 15, 2022||$3,000||Applicants should have a background in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, or a related field. Applicants should send the following to email@example.com with the subject line 2022 Summer Internship Program by February 15, 2022:|
A cover letter (2 pages max) addressing:
Your interest in research
Previous relevant experience
Any relevant coursework
What you hope to get out of the internship
Anything else you would like us to know about you!
Two letters of reference will be solicited for finalists.
|University of Texas at Dallas||The Baby Brain Lab Summer Internship Program 2022||https://labs.utdallas.edu/babybrainlab/ and https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=HR0ojU2c90uxbgMtFd6fbAJszOnoWKhDoBibMM-PPkFURUtWTTY3UzRIWTE1TFNLSUlQRkc4Q1gwSy4u||February 15, 2022||$6,000 stipend.||This program is intended to provide research experience to trainees with backgrounds underrepresented in the sciences. We also welcome applications from undergrads enrolled at non-research intensive universities where research experiences are limited. The 10-week program will run approximately from May 23rd to July 29th, 2022 and will include a $6,000 stipend. Applicants will also be provided with housing, meal plan, a parking pass, and a relocation allowance. The trainee will work full time (40 hours a week) and contribute to our ongoing research studies. This program is ideally suited for juniors who are planning on applying for graduate school in psychology. Applications open on January 17th and close on February 15th, 2022.|
|Old Dominion University (ODU)||NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) sites at Old Dominion University (ODU)||https://www.odu.edu/academics/programs/multidisciplinary/summer-reu||February 15, 2022||$5,000 funding over 10 weeks|
On-campus housing (individual bedroom in a four-person suite)
Travel support to and from the program (Norfolk, VA)
|Program duration: 10 weeks (May 30, 2022 – August 5, 2022)|
The NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) sites at Old Dominion University (ODU) is inviting applications for summer 2022. The program will offer training in hands-on research skills as well as instruction in graduate school applications and career pathways in interdisciplinary transportation fields, this includes those in psychology/behavioral science. For Summer 2022, we plan to hold the REU program in person contingent on the public health measures and regulations. If we are unable to hold it in person, the REU program will proceed in a synchronous virtual format.
|University of Pennsylvania||Undergraduate Summer Fellowship Program|
in Interdisciplinary Mind and Brain Studies
|https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/research/summer/||February 22, 2022||a salary stipend for research||The MindCORE Summer Fellowship Program is a paid 10-week program for both Penn and non-Penn undergraduate students. Summer Fellows are matched with select MindCORE faculty in interdisciplinary mind and brain studies based on student research interest and mentor preference. With their mentors, students embark on a research project shaped as much as possible by their interests.|
|1/6/2022 9:13:09||Harvard University||Moral Psychology Research Lab||https://cushmanlab.fas.harvard.edu/opp.php||February 22nd, 2022||$3,000||We intend to hold this internship IN-PERSON. The internship is ONLY open to those eligible to work in the US (e.g., US residents).|
|College of Staten Island, City University of New York||Child Development Lab Summer Undergraduate Research Internship|
|February 25th, 2022||Students can receive up to a $3000 stipend||The goal of this internship is to promote research experience for undergraduates from groups historically excluded from the sciences. Students will work on a project examining the impact of sleep on learning in infancy, the relation between sleep and motor development, or the interaction between motor and cognitive development in infancy. Interns will work closely with Dr. Sarah Berger and will collaborate with graduate and other undergraduate students to receive hands-on research experience working directly with families. Opportunities to learn head-mounted eye-tracking, auto-videosomnography, and other data collection technologies are available. As of now, we are planning for the internship to be in person.|
|Duke University, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience||Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)||https://sites.duke.edu/reupsychneuro/ ||February 27th, 2022||$6000 stipend||This third session of this REU will occur during summer 2022 (May 16 – July 15). There are no costs associated with participating in this program. If we are able to meet safely in person, all travel expenses and campus housing will be provided, otherwise a hybrid and/or virtual option will be offered. Students will receive a $6000 stipend for working full-time across the internship period. This REU is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (Award #1950651).|
|Yale University||NSF REU Site: Comparative and Developmental Origins of Social Cognition||https://doglab.yale.edu/NSF-REU||February 28, 2022||The REU Fellowship includes a $500/week stipend for housing and living expenses and can cover limited travel costs. Students will be expected to find their own housing.||To be eligible for the Yale REU program, applicants must:|
be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
be a full-time student
have experience or be comfortable working around dogs
commit to the full 40 hr/ week 9-week internship, which will include at least some weekends
|University of Toronto||Canada Summer Research Opportunities Programme (SROP)||https://canadasrop.ca||February 28, 2022||Living-wage stipend of $7065.60 CAD, estimated based on Toronto Living Wage for 2022|
Full GRE Preparation course at no cost to student
|The Canada Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) will take place from June 6 - July 29, 2022.|
The Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) is meant to serve as a gateway to academia for students who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour.
4 hours/week of professional development sessions
A weekly “Application Building Activity” that will help you prepare your graduate school applications (see Application Building Program)
Network building with other students who identify as BIPOC and are seeking a research career as a PhD in Psychology or Management
|12/28/2021 11:54:16||Yale University||Summer Internship|
in Organizational Behavior
|www.yaleobinternship.com||March 1, 2022||$4,000 stipend for 8 weeks||Likely virtual this year, application link is here: https://t.co/o3S9E6CSl2|
|Harvard University||Harvard Laboratory for Developmental Studies||https://www.harvardlds.org/summer-internship/||March 1, 2022||2000 funding is available for all interns. Housing is NOT included. We recommend subletting, staying in a co-op, or staying with a relative. Applicants are expected to look for funding from their home universities. If any intern does not find funding, we still provide $2000 (paid $200/week). If an intern finds funding less than $2000, we will provide a stipend of the difference (e.g., if your home University gives you $1000, we provide $1000). We do not provide a stipend that raises the total amount to more than $2000.||Interns must be undergraduates or recent graduates. They typically have interest in research on language and/or cognitive development, experience with research methods (especially in psychology or linguistics), confidence in interacting with families (especially in a professional setting), and excellent problem-solving and teamwork skills. Interns are from schools all around the U.S.|
Unfortunately, we cannot accept international applicants at this time. We encourage international students to look for opportunities through their home universities, as many offer international placements or opportunities to study abroad. If you are an international student at a US university and have a visa through your home school, you may be able to apply. Please email us.
Please note that this internship is highly competitive. While there are no strict GPA requirements, successful candidates typically have a 3.5 or above on a 4.0 GPA scale.
The 2022 internship will run from 6/6/2022 to 8/12/2022. Interns must be able to be present for the entire duration. Interns are at the lab from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
|UC Irvine||Development of Social Cognition Lab NSF-REU Internship:||Please send all materials to firstname.lastname@example.org with “2022 Summer Internship” in the subject line. We will begin reviewing applications on March 1st so please plan to submit your application by then to guarantee that your materials are reviewed.||March 1, 2022||$4,000 stipend for 10 weeks||Please send all materials to email@example.com with “2022 Summer Internship” in the subject line. We will begin reviewing applications on March 1st so please plan to submit your application by then to guarantee that your materials are reviewed.|
Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
Be a full-time student
Ability to make a full-time commitment (40 hours/week) during the internship period
Proficiency in writing and communicating in English
Comfort interacting with children 3-9 years of age, as well as parents
Interest in cognitive development
Attention to detail
Basic computer skills
Some background in psychology coursework
Interest and passion for cognitive development, as well as for community outreach.
|UC Berkeley||Cognitive Development and Learning Lab||http://www.gopniklab.berkeley.edu/summer-internship||March 7, 2022||$3,000||The 9-week internship will be from June 1 to July 29th, 2022. Interns will be expected to work 30 hours/week and will be offered a $3,000 stipend. This will be an in-person internship based in Berkeley, California.|
|UC Berkeley||Language and Cognitive Development Lab Summer Internship||https://lcdlab.berkeley.edu/summer-internship/||March 14th 8:00 AM PDT.||$3,375 stipend||The 9-week internship will be from May 31st to July 29th 2022. Interns will be expected to work 30 hours/week and will be offered a $3,375 stipend. Depending on public health conditions, this internship may be virtual or onsite; an announcement will be made closer to the start date. |
|1/29/2022 12:24:40||George Mason University||Social Skills, Imagination, and Theatre Lab||https://forms.gle/ovefxSvzWWJZCJG67||March 15, 2022||Yes- hourly rate for a total stipend|
|2/8/2022 12:52:29||Boston College||Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): Developing Social Minds||http://www.bccooperationlab.com/reu||March 15, 2022||$600 per week for a 10 week program ($6,000 total)|
|Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)||Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Community-Based Methods (Clark-Hill Institute (CHI) of Positive Youth Development)||https://redcap.vcu.edu/surveys/?s=9T3NHHHW9DNK7F33||March 15, 2022||All scholars will be provided with housing and a meal stipend, reimbursement for travel to VCU, and will be awarded a stipend for their participation.||This 10-week program is geared toward developing community engagement skills among early undergraduate students who are finishing their freshman or sophomore years. Applications will be considered from students who are finishing their junior year.|
CHI Summer Undergraduate Scholars will complete a full-time internship working with research labs who are engaged in community-based research. Scholars will present at an end-of-summer celebration event and have the chance to submit their work to present at a national conference. The CHI Summer Undergraduate Research Program will be completed in-person in Richmond, Virginia. All scholars will be provided with housing and a meal stipend, reimbursement for travel to VCU, and will be awarded a stipend for their participation. VCU students are eligible to apply.
CHI Summer Undergraduate Scholars will also:
● Receive mentorship from a CHI Faculty Member and a CHI Graduate Student
● Learn basic skills in using community-based research skills (e.g., working with community advisory boards, recruiting community members for research, collecting and analyzing community-based data, giving presentations to community members)
● Participate in professional development workshop on community engagement, community activism, and research
● Take trips and engage in activities to learn about historical and contemporary issues of Black and Brown communities in Richmond, Virginia
|UC Berkeley||Social Origins Lab Summer Internship||https://socialorigins.berkeley.edu/opportunities/||March 16, 2022||$2,400||The Social Origins Lab at UC Berkeley, under the direction of Dr. Jan Engelmann, is now accepting applications for the summer 2022 internship program. The lab explores how social and cognitive abilities arise and interact with one another in human development and across species and cultures. In doing so, our research studies primarily involve working with children of various age ranges. Summer interns will work closely with graduate students and gain hands-on experience in multiple aspects of the research process. Responsibilities for interns will include running research studies with young children, helping to recruit participants, collecting and coding video data, and assisting with administrative tasks.|
The 8-week internship will take place between June 1st - July 27th in Berkeley, CA. Interns will work approximately 30 hours/week and be offered a stipend of $2400.
|Temple University||Summer Professional Development Award: Temple University Infant & Child Lab||http://www.templeinfantlab.com/||April 4th, 2022||$1,500||If interested, please send a resume/CV and cover letter to Jelani Medford, Lab Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted until Monday, April 4th, 2022. Please visit our website (http://www.templeinfantlab.com/) for more information about the lab.|
The Temple Infant & Child Lab is offering a summer professional development award to bright, energetic students who are eager to peer into the world of child development. The lab conducts both theoretical and applied research on language acquisition, spatial learning, memory development, and playful learning in children aged 2 years to 7 years.
Students selected for this award will receive hands-on experience in various aspects of the research process. Each student will train on one or two research projects led by Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and will be paired with a graduate student or post-doctoral fellow mentor who will serve as a resource for questions about their areas of research and graduate school. Each selected student will receive an award of $1,500. This professional development program will take place over 8 weeks during the summer of 2022.
|Stanford University||SPARQ Summer Research Opportunity||https://sparq.stanford.edu/summer-research-opportunity-apply-now||April 22nd, 2022||The program will be full-time (40 hr/week) and will be fully funded at $20/hour.||We intend to hire between 3-5 summer interns for this opportunity, and we encourage candidates from historically marginalized communities to apply. The deadline to apply is April 22nd, 2022. Applicants will be notified of a decision by early May 2022. |
|Portland State University||Stigma, Resilience, Inequality, Identity, and Diversity (StRIID) Lab||https://forms.gle/o8nqjDc45grm5eS56||May 6th, 2022||Seeking 8-10 applied social psychologists-in-training for an 8-week program of training, hands-on research experience, and professional development in Portland, Oregon|
Encouraged to Apply:
Undergraduate or post-bacc students from anywhere!
Those interested in pursuing graduate degrees in social psychology or related fields
Underrepresented scholars & students from schools with limited research opportunities
2 sponsorships available to help offset travel and lodging costs
|Timestamp||University Name||Lab/Program Name or Position Name||Link for more information||Submission Due Date(s)||Pay?||Comments|
|Carnegie Mellon University||Summer Program for Undergraduate Researchers (SPUR)||https://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/psychology/spur/index.html||15-Dec-20||3000||Apartment-style housing will be provided if SPUR 2021 takes place on campus.|
|Rutgers University - New Brunswick||RISE program||https://www.rise.rutgers.edu/||Application opens on November 1st, 2020, and reviews will start in late January, 2021|
|44211.42975||UC San Diego||UCSD STARS/Social Cognition and Learning Lab||https://grad.ucsd.edu/diversity/programs/stars/index.html||27-Jan-21||~$4000||Applicants list a few labs they're most interested in working in; not guaranteed a particular match.|
|University of Pennsylvania||Lila R. Gleitman Undergraduate Summer Fellowship Program|
in Interdisciplinary Mind and Brain Studies
|https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/research/summer/||31-Jan-21||$4500 salary stipend|
|Stanford University||Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI)||https://www-csli.stanford.edu/csli-summer-internship-program||1-Feb-21|| IN the case of in-person internship, Interns will receive summer room and board as well as a stipend. In the case of remote internship, interns will receive a stipend that will cover for housing and other living expenses.||To be eligible, you must be a documented U.S. citizen, a permanent resident in possession of an alien registration card (I-555), or an international student enrolled in a U.S. undergraduate institution.|
Note: For the 2021 summer, the internship may be remote, in-person or hybrid. We will notify the candidates with an update when we extend offers at the beginning of March.
|1/26/2021 10:28:45||Boston College||Infant and Child Cognition Lab||cordeslab.org||7-Feb-21||13.50/hour||Application + Information: https://forms.gle/7Pvf9QLTw9H4rPdk6|
|1/18/2021 20:21:36||University of Wisconsin - Madison||Interdisciplinary Research in Education Sciences (IRES) Summer Internship Program for Undergraduates||https://itp.wceruw.org/summer-internship-program-in-education-sciences-for-undergraduates/||15-Feb-2021||$4500 + housing allowance and travel support||Open to students with interests in research relevant to education policy and practice, including research in educational, developmental and cognitive psychology|
|44154.44593||University of Toronto||Canada Summer Research Opportunities Programme (SROP)||https://canadasrop.ca||15-Feb-2021||$5,756.89 CAD for 8 weeks + Remote work supplement of $200.00 to help with Internet costs||2021 program to be held virtually from June 7 – July 30, 2021|
|University of Wisconsin-Madison|
Department of Psychology
|Psychology Research Experience Program (PREP)||https://psych.wisc.edu/nsf-reu-site-psychology-research-experience-program/||15-Feb-2021||$5,000 stipend for the ten-week period, housing, a $500 food allowance, health insurance (if needed) and full travel expenses to and from Madison, WI||Check out the detailed eligibility criteria: https://psych.wisc.edu/nsf-reu-site-psychology-research-experience-program/application-selection/|
|University of California, Irvine||The Irvine Interdisciplinary Internship in Neuroscience Program||https://cnlm.uci.edu/reu/||15-Feb-2021||$6760 per participant which includes stipend and meals.|
Travel and housing costs covered.
|1/29/2021 9:56:10||Harvard Business School||PRIMO||https://t.co/U01ek1vqcA?amp=1||Feb-18 noon||Yes, 10-weeks fully paid|
|Columbia University||The Bridge to the Ph.D. Program||https://bridgetophd.facultydiversity.columbia.edu/content/overview-prospective-applicants||Applications will be available from late December to February 2020||For the 2020 - 2021 academic year, the Bridge salary will be set at $40,600||Not an internship, but wanted to add it here.|
|1/21/2021 10:06:46||Yale University||Social Cognitive Development Lab||http://www.socialcogdev.com/join-us||February 21st||5,000 with potential travel reimbursement if held in person|
|Boston University||The Developing Minds Lab||Applicants should email email@example.com by Sunday February 21th, 2021 with the following materials:|
A cover letter (2 pages max) addressing:
Your interest in research
Previous relevant experience
Any relevant coursework
What you hope to get out of the internship
Two letters of reference (to be sent separately to firstname.lastname@example.org). Both the subject of the email and the document title should include the applicant's name.
|February 21th, 2021||A stipend of $2000 will be provided.||Depending on the current status of the pandemic, interns will work either in the lab in the department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Boston University’s Charles River campus, remotely, or a combination.|
|2/12/2021 15:01:47||Harvard University||Moral Psychology Research Lab||https://cushmanlab.fas.harvard.edu/opp.php||February 22nd, 2021||Possible $3000 stipend for the summer (see website for details)||The 2021 internship will be fully remote. Applicants must be U.S. residents and eligible to work in the United States.|
|University of California, Berkeley||Berkeley Early Learning Lab Summer Internship Program||http://babylab.berkeley.edu/summer-internship||February 25, 2021||Interns will be given a stipend for their participation in the program||Currently, the Berkeley Early Learning Lab is remote-only. Depending on how things develop in the next few months, that might change. We will be flexible about interns working with us remotely or in person this summer. Interns who do not wish to work on-site will not be required to.|
|Duke University, The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience||NSF Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)||https://sites.duke.edu/reupsychneuro/||2/27/21||$6000 stipend for working full-time across the internship period.||This REU is jointly led by three faculty members whose research covers many areas of psychology and neuroscience: Makeba Wilbourn (developmental psychology: culture and experience effects on language learning), Sarah Gaither (social psychology: identity and diversity), and Gregory Samanez-Larkin (human neuroscience: motivation and decision making). Students who are admitted into the program will join one of these primary labs but also participate in regular activities with all students in the program from across the three research groups.|
|44211.47768||Yale University||Organizational Behavior at Yale||www.yaleobinternship.com||2/28/21||$4000.00 stipend||Application link: https://t.co/hjOgzHzdY2?amp=1|
|2/10/2021 15:38:20||University of Pittsburgh||LRDC Summer Undergraduate Research Program||https://www.lrdc.pitt.edu/Diversity/internship/summer-internship.cshtml||2/28/2021||yes||The goal of this internship is to promote broader participation in training in the Learning Sciences.|
|Harvard University||Music Lab Summer Internship||https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cVHiFGf-lbX6Be7G0VOxdtLFLECMmv-abpPUOH0TefM/viewform?edit_requested=true||1 March 2021||compensation updated to $15/hour|
|1/25/2021 13:40:08||University of California, Berkeley||the Gopnik Cognitive Development and Learning Lab||http://www.gopniklab.berkeley.edu/summer-internship||March 1, 9 am PST||$3,000 for 8 weeks|
|Scientific Research Network on Decision Neuroscience and Aging (NOT AN INTERNSHIP)||Diversity Summer Research Awards||https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9ZwmXZGrRJHS53o||1 March 2021||$5,000||Are you an undergraduate who wants to work in a lab this summer and fund your own research experience? Are you a faculty member / post-doc / grad student who knows an undergraduate you’d like to hire for the summer, but don’t have the funding? This award opportunity is for all of you! SRNDNA funds $5000 summer research awards for an at least 8-week intensive, mentored summer research experience for under-represented minorities (e.g., racial/ethnic minorities, low-income background, women in neuroscience). The award recipient is the undergraduate student, so they will be the primary applicant. |
|University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||Michigan Summer Program in Cognition & Early Development (MSPICED)||https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mspiced/||1 March 2021||For students not enrolled at the University of Michigan, we have a pending grant that would offer full stipends to competitive candidates, with priority given to those who are first-generation college students or from other underrepresented backgrounds. To be eligible for this stipend, applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents and must commit to full-time positions (40 hr/week).|
|v||College of Staten Island, City University of New York||Child Development Lab Summer Undergraduate Research Internship||https://csichildlab.wixsite.com/csichildlab||March 12, 2021||$3,000||The goal of this internship is to promote research experience for undergraduates from groups typically under-represented in the sciences. Students will work on a project examining the impact of sleep on learning in infancy, the relation between sleep and motor development, or the interaction between motor and cognitive development in infancy. Interns will work closely with Dr. Sarah Berger and will collaborate with graduate and other undergraduate students to receive hands-on research experience working directly with families. This internship will be fully remote.|
|3/9/2021 13:45:20||University of Delaware||https://www.udel.edu/academics/colleges/grad/research/summer-research/source/||March 15, 2021||Yes||University-wide program|
|2/23/2021 12:56:33||University of California, Berkeley||Language and Cognitive Development Lab||https://lcdlab.berkeley.edu/summer-internship/||March 15th 8:00AM PST||$3,375|
|2/25/2021 12:11:53||Boston College||Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site: Developing Social Minds||http://www.bccooperationlab.com/reu||March 15, 2021||$600/week for 10 weeks|
|2/26/2021 11:17:47||Yale University||Mind and Development Lab||https://minddevlab.yale.edu/join-us||March 18th||4,000||The internship will be from May 24th to July 16th. All activities will be remote.|
|2/28/2021 12:27:56||Yale University||Computational Social Cognition Lab||https://compdevlab.yale.edu/join.html||March 20th||$12 an hour, 20 hours per week|
|3/10/2021 17:27:12||University of Pennsylvania||Research Experience for Undergraduates in Interdisciplinary Mind & Brain Studies at the University of Pennsylvania||https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/research-experience-for-undergraduates-in-interdisciplinary-mind-brain-studies/||Mar 24, 2021||$600 per week||10 week paid summer internship. Additional funding for food, housing, and travel if coming to Penn. Remote work is possible too!|
|3/14/2021 22:48:59||Temple University||Temple Infant and Child Lab||https://templeinfantlab.com/internships-and-job-opportunities/||March 26th, 2021||$1,200|
|CleverPet (in collaboratio with Dr. Federico Rossano's Lab at UCSD)||How.TheyCanTalk Cognitive Science Research Internship||https://cleverpet-inc.breezy.hr/p/eb87f05cddf1-how-theycantalk-cognitive-science-research-internship||March 31st||$7,500 for the duration of the anticipated 12 weeks.||Funding is guaranteed for all accepted students. Exact start and end dates are flexible. We will begin reviewing applications on March 20th.|
|4/15/2021 13:34:22||University of California, Riverside||Mentoring Summer Research Internship Program (MSRIP)||https://graduate.ucr.edu/mentoring-summer-research-internship-program-msrip||March 2021 (annually)||Stipend (generally $3,000)|
|The Learning Policy Institute (LPI)||Policy and Research Intern (D.C.)||https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/careers/policy-and-research-intern-dc?utm_source=LPI+Master+List&utm_campaign=16054bbf48-LPIMC_LPIHiring_20210128&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_7e60dfa1d8-16054bbf48-74122754||April 4, 2021||The stipend amount for full-time interns ranges from $2400-$3000 paid per month commensurate with experience and education.|
|3/8/2021 19:15:02||Oregon Social Learning Center||JEAP Initiative||https://www.jeapinitiative.org/training-institute/||04/18/2021||Unpaid remote 2-year training opportunity||Interested in becoming an NIH-funded researcher? Interested in recovery support services for people with substance use disorder? Apply for the JEAP Initiative Training Institute! |
Organized by the Oregon Social Learning Center, this two-year individualized training and mentoring program is designed to support you in becoming an NIH-funded researcher focused on recovery support services. The Training Institute starts off with a 3-day Virtual Training Workshop and continues with 2 years of mentoring and support including guidance from a primary mentor, access to pilot study funding, methods and statistics expertise, monthly seminars, and an expert consultant panel, and the opportunity to collaborate with Community Boards.
If you have completed your Ph.D. or have advanced to candidacy, this Training Institute is for you! Individuals with lived experience with substance use or the justice system and individuals from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
|5/4/2021 15:54:01||Happify Health (a digital therapeutics company)||Labs Team at Happify Health||https://grnh.se/c891e2982us||Monday, May 10th at 9:00AM EST||$8000 Stipend||Interns will work with the Happify Labs team to help support the design and management of research in the digital therapeutics department; the position would run from approximately June 1st to August 31st (dates somewhat flexible based on availability) with a stipend of $8000 paid in three monthly installments. Summer interns will spend ~40 hours per week working with the labs team on projects based on their areas of interest and expertise including, but not limited to, observational studies, randomized controlled trials and real-world evidence studies testing digital therapeutics for chronic physical and mental illnesses (including FDA-regulated studies), patient-centered/qualitative research, mental health interventions for teens, data science/AI, and Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR). Interns will have the opportunity to learn about industry research and FDA regulations, and may have the opportunity to co-author publications. Summer internships also have the potential to turn into part- or full-time work into the 2021-2022 academic year.|
Applicants should have prior psychology research experience. Advanced undergraduates, masters/PhD students, or recent graduates are preferred.
|NWEA||Summer Research Intern||https://jobs.jobvite.com/nwea/job/ohJ6efw4?__jvst=CareerSite&__jvsd=nwea&__jvsc=Email||4/30/21||$9,000||We are excited to announce that NWEA has just posted 6 paid research internships for summer 2021. All positions will be remote. This is a great opportunity for current graduate students to become directly involved in research projects and get first-hand experience using our data and collaborating with our research team. We have different opportunities available for intern involvement allowing us to match between intern skills and interest with NWEA research opportunities. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Dr. Meg Guerreiro (email@example.com) |
|Binghamton University||Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program||https://www.binghamton.edu/programs/bridges/apply.html ; https://www.binghamton.edu/programs/bridges/index.html||TBD (last year it was March 27, 2020)||$600 per week during the eight-week summer research program||Limited to current community college students who attend Monroe Community College, Onondaga Community College, or Westchester Community College; must also be a URM, disabled, or have family income below low income thresholds|
|University of Virginia||Research Coordinator position|
at the Sensing Systems for Health Lab (S2He)
|https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Research-Coordinator_R0023859||May 10, 2021||The Sensing Systems for Health Lab (S2He) at the University of Virginia, under the direction of Laura Barnes, PhD seeks applicants for a full-time Research Coordinator to start June 1, 2021 (though specific start date is negotiable). The funding this position comes from multiple sources, but is broadly focused on digital health interventions targeted at health and wellness. The S2He lab i fuses computational methods with technology such as smartphones and wearables to design intelligent systems for understanding the dynamics and personalization of health and well-being.|
|New York University||Virtual Summer Research Program||https://nyu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1MNUzEiFHVV8BRI||July 7, 2021 at 11:59 pm||(couldn't find any info)||This internship is intended for students who are considering applying to the NYU PhD program in social psychology, cognition and perception, or developmental psychology. This internship will not provide information or experience relevant to clinical psychology, counseling, or other areas of study that do not align with what our NYU Psychology faculty study. |
|University of Washington||UW Psychology Diversity Steering Committee||https://forms.gle/k9tJuQaYVct2aT6w8|
|University of Virginia||Education and Outreach Coordinator in Psychology||https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Education-and-Outreach-Coordinator-in-Psychology_R0025380||rolling||Education and Outreach Coordinators are responsible for the delivery of education and outreach programs. They usually have previous experience in education, outreach, or subject matter expertise. The audience for their programs typically consists of nontraditional or external learners, including schoolchildren, visitors, executives, continuing education students, or participants in community medical programs. Work includes a combination of routine and non-routine work related to educational programs. Education and Outreach Coordinators must have a high-level understanding of course content, usually signified by a degree in the specialty area. Due to the nature of the position, Coordinators have limited authority to execute independently and typically work as part of a team. They function under the general supervision of a program leader, area director, or another professional who maintains ultimate responsibility for the success of the educational or outreach initiatives.|
|University of Virginia||Research Associate in Psychology||https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Research-Associate-in-Psychology_R0023980||rolling||The Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia seeks to hire a postdoctoral research associate to work in the lab of Prof. Dan Meliza (https://www.meliza.org ). The research associate will lead a project to investigate experience-dependent plasticity in the songbird auditory system, with the goal of developing methods for early detection of auditory processing deficits associated with language learning disorders. We will be combining viral tools for gene manipulation with electrophysiology and behavior in zebra finches to determine how early experience interacts with known genetic risk factors as cortical-level auditory circuits are first learning the structure of vocal communication signals.|
|University of Virginia||PSYC - Erisir Lab Tech 2||https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/PSYC---Erisir-Lab-Tech-2_R0025125||rolling||Lab and Research Technician 2 employees provide increasingly complex technical support for projects and may engage in increasingly complex scientific experiments. May handle more sophisticated administrative and logistical tasks. Lab and Research Technician 2 employees operate under supervision with a degree of independence when following set protocols and procedures.|
|2/8/2021 9:59:02||Nationwide Children's Hospital||Center for Biobehavioral Health||https://redcap.nchri.org/surveys/?s=L3L3TPAWD3||rolling||commensurate with experience||The Center for Biobehavioral Health (CBH), within the Abigail Wexner Research Institute (AWRI) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) in Columbus, Ohio, anticipates hiring 8-10 fulltime Research Assistants or Coordinators in 2021.|
Research topics include psychosocial and medical outcomes experienced by children and their families facing developmental and health challenges in diverse pediatric populations (e.g., congenital heart disease, pediatric cancer, palliative care, prematurity, traumatic brain injury).
Responsibilities may include participant recruitment; data collection in clinical, research, and community settings; coding and management of data; and participating in data analysis and dissemination of research results. Most research teams require a 1 or 2-year commitment.
CBH is committed to the professional development of research staff and provides many learning opportunities such as seminars; training in early childhood development, neuropsychological assessment, neuroimaging techniques, and/or assessment of diverse phenomena such as peer relationships, physical activity, family interactions. We provide 1:1 mentoring to build research skills and assist with applications to graduate programs as well as career planning. Read the CBH Newsletter to learn more (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eP3XKZslJlWFKPknv3biqqN578IUu6zrkjC9U1K9uJo/edit).
CBH is committed to maintaining an inclusive environment and fostering a diverse workforce. Individuals from all economic, social, and racial backgrounds are encouraged to complete the interest form.
|Spelman College INSPIRE U2 program||15-Jan-20||Stipend, housing, and travel||https://sites.spelman.edu/inspireu2-reu/|
|UCSD STARS program||30-Jan-20||provides housing and a stipend ($4,000 total value)||http://www.grad.ucsd.edu/diversity/programs/stars/index.html|
|The Johns Hopkins University Laboratory for Child Development||1-Feb-20||up to $1800||https://labforchilddevelopment.com/summer-internship/|
|Stanford Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI)||1-Feb-20||summer room and board & stipend||https://www-csli.stanford.edu/csli-summer-internship-program|
|UVA Leadership Alliance Program||1-Feb-20||Covers all costs (travel, stipend etc.)||http://www.theleadershipalliance.org/programs/summer-research|
|Boston College Infant and Child Cognition Lab||9-Feb-20||$12.75/hour||https://forms.gle/Bc79paLYbAiJu3qr5|
|Boston University Developing Minds Lab||9-Feb-20||up to $2000||http://www.bu.edu/cdl/developing-minds-lab/for-students/|
|U Michigan Summer Program in Cognition & Early Development||15-Feb-20||TBD||https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mspiced/|
|UW-Madison Math Education Learning and Development Lab||15-Feb-20||TBD||https://srop-uwmadison.fluidreview.com/|
|UW-Madison The Psychology Research Experience Program (PREP)||15-Feb-20||$5,500 plus many expenses||https://psych.wisc.edu/psychological-research-experience-program/|
|UCR Mentoring Summer Research Internship Program (MSRIP)||17-Feb-20||Stipend (~$3,000), Room and board, & Out-of-state transportation (up to $500)||https://graduate.ucr.edu/graduate-prep-programs|
|Harvard Music Lab||20-Feb-20||$2,200||https://forms.gle/xN9VTcFt9ah7ZYb76|
|Virginia Tech The Multicultural Academic Opportunities Program (VT MAOP)||21-Feb-20||$3000, on-campus room and board, and participate in a GRE test preparation program.||virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0j|
|Carnegie Mellon University Summer Program for Undergraduate Researchers (SPUR)||24-Feb-20||Housing and $3000||https://www.cmu.edu/pier/research-undergrad/index.html|
|Yale University, Comparative and Developmental Origins of Social Cognition||29-Feb-20||$500/week||socialcogdev.com/join-us||*Citizenship/Residency Requirement*|
|Harvard Lab for Developmental Studies||1-Mar-20||$200/week||https://www.harvardlds.org/summer-internship/|
|U Penn Undergraduate Summer Fellowship Program in Interdisciplinary Mind and Brain Studies||1-Mar-20||$4,500||https://mindcore.sas.upenn.edu/research/summer/|
|Carnegie Mellon University Cognitive Development Laboratory||10-Mar-20||$3,000-$3,600 stipend||https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSerEXkoN8gM0wvr9GnU0h5epI0dF8XaTQv5cyNmn9F-8wbpcA/viewform|
|UT Austin Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Program||15-Mar-20||$2,500 stipend + room and board + out of Austin transport up to $100||https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/psychology/diversity/SURE/index.php|
|UC Berkeley Language and Cognitive Development Lab||15-Mar-20||$3,000||http://lcdlab.berkeley.edu/summer-internship/|
|UC Berkeley Gopnik Cognitive Development and Learning Lab||15-Mar-20||$1,500||http://www.gopniklab.berkeley.edu/for-applying|
|Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University||20-Mar-20||Travel expenses, campus housing, and a living stipend||https://sites.duke.edu/reupsychneuro/||*Citizenship/Residency Requirement*|
|The Social Origins Lab at UC Berkeley||6-Apr-20||$2,250||https://socialorigins.berkeley.edu/opportunities/|
|The Child Development Lab in the Psychology Department at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York||7-Apr-20||$3,000||https://forms.gle/n6E6M7HCi4u3GtCq9|