Research opportunities can significantly enhance the student experience as many students at Columbia Engineering are destined for the professional research environment, while others may work in professional capacities in tandem with the research function.
Students can engage in research during the academic year or during the summer. Typically students will work in a lab for 5-10 hours a week during the academic year and full-time during the summer for 8-10 weeks. Compensation can either be an hourly rate or academic credit.
The details of each research position are determined by the faculty in consultation with the student. Whether a student does research for credit or not, the faculty will expect the student to honor the agreed-upon commitment that is made at the time the student signs up.
Do you have a research opportunity you would like to see posted on our website? Submit the position using our online form. To complete the form you will need the following:
- Research project title and description
- Start/end dates
- Name of direct supervisor
- Qualifications and eligibility for position
- Lab or group information
- Contact information