Seeking Undergrads for MSU BITLab Summer Research Experiences Program

March 21, 2013 — The internships start on May 28, 2013, and run for 10 weeks, 40-hours per week. Pay is in the range of $15-$20, depending on the student's qualifications and experience. Undergraduates who are US citizens or permanent residents enrolled at any 4-year university for the Fall of 2013 are eligible to apply. They would be great for an undergraduate interested in research or programming looking for a full-time summer job.

The Behavior, Information, and Technology lab (BITLab) at Michigan State University works on a wide range of projects that encompass Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction, and Social Science. As an interdisciplinary lab, we provide students with the opportunity to work on research projects with the potential to improve our understanding of how technology and people affect each other. The majority of our research projects are team-based and involve both technical computer science and social / behavioral components. Students working in our lab will gain experience working in an interdisciplinary team. Students will also have the opportunity to help guide the research being conducted and the flexibility to design and test their own solutions to problems.

The full job ad, including project descriptions and instructions for applying, can be found here.

Deadline is April 8, 2013.