Fellowships

Academic Year Research Fellows

March 24, 2017

Academic Research Fellows will have the opportunity to serve as research assistants for faculty members during the academic year. Students participating in this program will be paid per hour up to a maximum rate per semester. Awards will be made on a one semester basis with renewal possible for the second semester. (A student may not earn credit for the project during the period he or she is being paid as a research assistant.)

For information and applications contact Kathy Roberts in 291 Ives or Undergraduate_Research_Fellows_Announcement_17.18.docx (DOCX, 78 KB).

Summer Research Fellows

March 24, 2017

Summer Research Fellows will have the opportunity to engage in independent research under faculty members' guidance or serve as research assistants for faculty members during the summer. Students participating in this program will receive summer stipends to cover living expenses during a 10-week period and the summer self-help component of financial aid packages.

For information and applications contact Kathy Roberts in 291 Ives or Undergraduate_Research_Fellows_Announcement_17.18.docx (DOCX, 78 KB).

The High Road Runs Through the City

Service Learning & Action Research Fellowship in Buffalo, NY, for ILR Students. Program information for The High Road Runs Through the City.

Human Capital Development (HCD) NYC

March 24, 2017

Summer 2016 Project

Human Capital Development (HCD), is part of the ILR School, Extension and Outreach Division in NYC. The primary work of HCD is to deliver educational programming. 

HCD provides research fellowship opportunities for summer 2016 in New York City.  Fellows will conduct research and assist Extension faculty.

These are paid, full-time fellowships in NYC and will last approximately 9 weeks between June 2 and August 15, 2016.  

Labor & Employment Law Program (NYC)

Summer 2016 Project

The following opportunities will be offered in Summer 2016 in New York City:

ADA and Title VII Remedies: Do They Work? - Using a protocol developed by the Labor and Employment Law Program and the ILR Web Team, and reviewed by ADA and Title VII lawyers and scholars, research fellows will work as part of a team of ILR staff and faculty and employment lawyers to develop and add to database repositories of existing consent decrees and court decisions. Work includes researching multiple sources to find additional consent decrees and cases for inclusion, analyzing and categorizing consent decrees and cases, and working with attorneys and scholars to test and revise protocols and instructions. Labor Employment Program ADA and Title VII Remedies complete description and application (DOC, 39 KB).

Criminal Records Discrimination in Employment - A research fellow is needed to work as part of a team of ILR faculty and employment lawyers to research, plan, and do follow-up on a series of roundtable discussions and/or conference exploring criminal records and employment discrimination and ways to increase employment of ex-offenders. Labor Employment Program Criminal Records Discrimination in Employment complete description and application (DOC, 41 KB).

Worker Institute Summer Fellowships (available in NYC)

Summer 2016 Project

The Worker Institute provides the nation's most comprehensive education, training, research and organizational support for union leaders and worker advocates. The fellowship program’s goal is to provide ILR students with a unique opportunity to contribute to important projects concerning workers and unions, expand their research skills, learn about potential career paths and interact with faculty, labor leaders and other fellows.

This is a paid, full-time fellowship in NYC. The time frame for the Summer Fellowship is May 15 to August 15, 2016. Fellows will receive $3,200 in earnings this summer — they will be paid $10.00 per hour for a maximum of 320 hours of work.

Participants are responsible for their housing accommodations in New York City.

K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability

Summer 2017 Project

Employment of Individuals on the Autism Spectrum: Learning from Current Business Initiatives

The goal of this YTI summer research position(s) is to assist the Yang-Tan Institute and partnering businesses in the development of a mutually beneficial future semester-long ILR School engaged learning credit internship focused on organizational/HR policies and practices that effectively support individuals with a disability in the workplace, particularly those with Autism.

For more information please refer to YTI Summer Initiatives Application_2.docx (DOCX, 141 KB)