Professors Belz of the Viterbi School of Engineering and Graddy-Reed of the Price School of Public Policy are seeking 1 to 2 undergraduate students to join their research lab, MINERVA: Management of INnovation: Entrepreneurial Research and Venture Analysis. The group researches a variety of topics around financing of innovation related to both the public and private sectors in an interdisciplinary setting of students from business, computer science, economics, engineering, and public policy.
Strong candidates will have a keen interest in engaging in direct research in the related fields of the lab, be detail oriented, a self-starter, and not overcommitted elsewhere.
Student Researchers will work approximately 8-10 hours a week on a related project managed by Belz & Graddy-Reed to orient the student through the process of academic research. The student will work with quantitative data, conduct a literature review, and contribute to the draft of a publication.
This project is funded by the Undergraduate Research Associates Program and provides a stipend to the student.
Interested students should fill out the linked form and upload their resume by Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Here is the link: https://forms.gle/qrc7btgXyB81tG5J7
Candidates selected for first round interviews will be notified in approximately 1 week.
Published on April 15th, 2021
Last updated on April 15th, 2021