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Graduate Research Assistantships Currently Available

Date: 
December 16, 2015

Last Updated: 1/14/2016

Community organizations receive the support of a student research assistant (undergraduate or graduate) to work on a project defined and directed by the community organization. Student research assistants are supported by the community supervisor, CURA Program program staff, and—if the student wishes—faculty mentors. Click on the assistantship posting link if you're interested in learning more about the opportunity.

Graduate Research Assistantships Currently Available

Kris Nelson Community-Based Research Program job postings (Twin Cities metro)

  • None at this time.

Community Assistantship Program (CAP) (Greater Minnesota)

"Advancing Minnesota’s Community Solar Access in Municipally and Cooperatively Owned Electric Territories" – Creative Energy Services

“Biomass Cooling Technologies Feasibility Guide” – Agricultural Utilization Research Institute (AURI)

Undergraduate Research Assistantships

  • None at this time.

CURA's internship guide also links students to internship listings at metro-area Minnesota colleges and universities.