The Department of Economics offers the opportunity to undergraduate students to take part in faculty research. Students can gain extra-curricular experience working as research assistants under the general direction and supervision of a professor.
The table below shows a listing of current research opportunities. All interested students must prepare a resume indicating their skills (analytical, statistical, writing, etc.), relevant completed courses, and preferred area of research. Please submit via email directly to the faculty member whom you are requesting to assist. Students are also welcome to connect with faculty not on the below list regarding assisting with their current research.
Interested in receiving funding for your research? Check out the SHARE Award.
|Professor||Research Topic||Job Duty||Required Skills||Compensation|
|Baggio, Michele||Spatial data visualization in R||Collect data from the Internet; Plot data on maps using RStudio; other spatial data manipulation
|Ability to work independently; Persistence; RStudio; Basic Stats.||Independent course credit.|
|Harmon, Oskar||Growth, volatility, and equity of state revenue sources over post war business cycles.||Assemble a panel data and data analysis||Analytical and statistical||Independent course credit|