2019 HARVARD MUSIC LAB SUMMER INTERNSHIP
The Duke University Department of Psychology & Neuroscience is giving a great opportunity for interested students to spend summertime with them.
This internship program is available to undergraduates in computer science, anthropology, evolutionary biology, music theory, and ethnomusicology.
As an intern student, you have many opportunities to work on studies from the design stage to the manuscript stage.
The Music Lab at Duke University Department of Psychology & Neuroscience provides this scholarship for interested students to make them have an unforgettable, fun and exciting summertime with them.
The internship is taken in the United States.
- The candidate should meet up with the following qualification criteria:
- The candidate should be an undergraduate research assistant
- The candidate should be in the fields/departments stated above
- The internship is not opened for international students
- The internship program is a paid program
BENEFITS FROM THE PROGRAM INCLUDE:
- Exceptional students will be funded with up to $1,800
- Candidates should apply for the internship from their home university
- Co-authorship on papers is possible Depending on the performance and contribution levels
At the Music Lab, the basic science of music is been studied. This is done in an effort to know why and how humans love and produce sounds in ages and cultures
The summer internship is done to investigate the impact and effects of music on behavior, cross-cultural variation, to know the effect of music on people’s daily life, on parent and infant health.
The internship duration is 10 weeks (2 months and two weeks), from 10th June – 16th August 2019.
The Interns will work for up to 40 hours per week. While some evening and weekend work can be required of the interns.
- Candidates should visit https://goo.gl/forms/n9s10iyR4Wh6ie3X2 to apply
- Candidates should read the papers at themusiclab.org before applying
The application deadline is 1st March 2019.