Research Assistant Opportunities at Cornell University
From the Office of the Professor
The College of Arts & Sciences
Cornell Center for Social Sciences
This message is from the office of Professor [Spoofed Name] of the Psychology department. I am an administrative assistant to the professor and have been directed to broadcast this message to announce the department's latest job openings to qualified Undergraduate and Graduate students interested in working remotely.
Cornell University, Department of Psychology, urgently requires the service of students as research assistants, whose mentoring/teaching and engagement will contribute to our interconnected goals of excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion. They will assist in literature searches, data collection and analysis, and manuscript preparation. They will also help design experiments, recruit participants, and manage databases. They are eligible to work remotely and get paid $551.25 weekly. This gives excellent opportunities for students to study and earn money, including assigned research work, mentorship, travel funding, and program-based professional development opportunities related to scholarship and teaching to prepare them for possible tenure-track appointments in the Institution for employment or pursuing a Ph.D. Also, the position provides a variety of support activities for students, including networking events, grant writing workshops, and research training. Additionally, the department furnishes tools to help researchers identify potential grant-funding organizations.
NB. The research position applications are open to all students from any academic department in the Institution. They can be referred to anyone interested in filling this position, and tasks can be done remotely. All this could be achieved without affecting academic performance or leisure time. The job description is with less work time a week, and it is very flexible and won't affect other daily activities. This research project is continually in progress all year round (during fall, summer, or winter), as we are working in partnership with other departments, research, and development educational programs. Therefore, there is no fixed duration for the research project.
To proceed with the application process and other eligibility descriptions, please get in touch with Professor [Spoofed Name]'s research application number at +1 (###) ###-#### via text message acknowledging your full name, email address, year of study, and department to receive the job description and further application requirements.
Department of Psychology
KG17 Klarman Hall Ithaca, NY 14853