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Undergraduate Research

September 25, 2017

Philosophy & Education

Project Summary

Student will assist in preliminary research for the construction of a field report and literary review addressing issues in one of two projects on learning environments and technology.



  • Strong Interpersonal Communication Skills.
  • Strong Organizational Skills
  • Experience conducting basic research.
  • GPA of 3.6 or higher.
  • Must be available to meet on Wednesdays (online or Skype).


  • A genuine interest in Philosophy, Computer Science, Education or a related Humanities field is strongly recommended for this project to be of direct interest to the student.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist in library research and preparing online surveys.
  • Assist in testing/reviewing different types of technology to see which are more effective.
  • Assist in recording/sorting/storing data/research.
  • Related research tasks as needed based on the selected student's research abilities.
  • The focus of the research internship will be on Classical and Contemporary Learning environments.       

Recruiting Information

Level: Undergraduate
Semesters Recruiting: Fall & Spring
Year: Sophomore, Junior, Senior
Campus(es): Queens and Manhattan
Position Title: Intern
Hours per Week: 4
Type of Position: Unpaid

Position Status: Open

Contact Information

Christine Salboudis, Adj. Professor
St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department: Philosophy
E-mail: [email protected].