We are seeking several students to work on research projects at Yale School of Management in New Haven, CT. This internship would start in the summer of 2017 and last from around June 15th to August 15th (exact dates are flexible). The internship is designed to support individuals looking to strengthen their research skills before applying to a graduate school PhD program in social psychology, organizational behavior, or a related field of behavioral science. Therefore, a critical component of this summer research experience will be ongoing mentoring and guidance from faculty (primarily myself) and graduate students in psychology and organizational behavior. We highly encourage those from underrepresented and/or non-traditional educational backgrounds to apply.
The best part? This is a paid research position.
Ideally, applicants will have a central interest in the study of social and economic hierarchies, broadly construed, and their impact on group relations, emotions, and decision-making. Apart from this interest, we also hope to work with interns who have relevant research experience in social psychology, organizational behavior, or a related field of behavioral science (through coursework or involvement in research labs), and who have an ability to manage multiple projects.
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We will begin reviewing applications on March 1st, 2017 and will continue until the position has been filled.
Michael W. Kraus
School of Management