Student Research Opportunities

Cheyenne Weinstein presenting research
Cheyenne Weinstein '16 presenting her research at LMU's Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Students will often have an opportunity, via volunteer or paid positions, to work with faculty members on ongoing research projects. Students interested in such work should directly contact the faculty member(s) with whom they are interested in working. Additional student research opportunities include:

  • The Rains Research Assistant Program supports faculty research by providing financial support for full-time tenured & tenure-track faculty to hire a student research assistant. Paid assistantships with faculty are available each semester. Faculty typically invite high-achieving students to apply for these assistantships