Summer 2018 Research Jobs for First-Year Students

Saint Mary's University is sponsoring SIX full-time summer research positions for Saint Mary's undergraduate students who are currently in their first year of university study. These 12-week summer jobs are valued at $6000 each and will be held May to August 2018.

Summer research students will work with a Saint Mary's professor in one of the following areas:

  • Archaeology/Classics         
  • Experimental Subatomic Physics
  • Astrophysics
  • Geology
  • Atmospheric Physics
  • Geography/Environmental Studies
  • Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Management
  • Computing Science
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • Sociology
  • Engineering
  • Women & Gender Studies
  • Environmental Science

How to Apply

Application deadline: Friday, March 23, 2018

Eligibility: Saint Mary's University students currently in their first year of undergraduate study in any academic discipline

To be considered for a summer research position, please email the following information to adam.daniels@ tỷ số bóng đá hôm nay by the application deadline:

  • one or two of the research areas listed above that you would like to work in
  • a short (up to one page) description/essay describing why you would like to be considered for this research position, including the following: 
    • why you have chosen the research areas you did
    • why you feel your first-year courses (and/or your other experience) give you some background to work in the area(s) you've selected
  • your resume
  • your unofficial transcript from Banner

Note: Job selection will involve a review of your discussion/essay, your background and resume, and your academic record at Saint Mary's University. Our goal is to hire students in as many different research areas as possible from across all University Faculties: Arts, Business, and Science.


Saint Mary’s offers a vibrant and stimulating intellectual community, with an emphasis on student research. Our compact campus and small class sizes provide unprecedented access to professors, complemented by lab spaces and research facilities that are state-of-the-art. This combination leads to exceptional learning and growth opportunities.

Undergrad students may find themselves working as a paid research assistant, travelling the world for a study abroad program, taking part in field trips, presenting at a conference or even pursuing their original research — all during their undergrad years.

Saint Mary’s is also an excellent place to pursue graduate study, with 28 diverse PhD and Masters programs to choose from. Our grad students benefit from close collaboration with award-winning faculty members who are renowned experts and prolific researchers.