Student Research Opportunties

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We are thrilled to offer four exciting research opportunities for our students.

Welter-Muzic Research Support 

  • Small research grants ranging from $200 to $1000 to support undergraduates interested in experiential learning that focuses on child well-being and its implications for child-related policy. Some examples of supported activities include funds for attending scientific or policy conferences or workshops, purchasing materials such as software for research study, and research participant stipends. READ THE DETAILS AND APPLY HERE.
  • Welter-Muzic Continuing Research Fellowship invites CWRU undergraduate students with marginalized identities who are already involved in mentored, child-focused research to apply for funds that would allow them to continue their experience with financial support. READ THE DETAILS AND APPLY HERE.

Schubert Research Fellows Program launched in 2021 in collaboration with the Emerging Scholars Program (ESP), is open to CWRU sophomores, juniors and seniors with marginalzied identities, including those from groups nationally underrepresented in the behavioral and social sciences. This fellowship aims to enhance students' research skills, knowledge, and academic networks by providing funding for mentored, child-focused research experiences under the direction of a Schubert Center for Child Studies Associate. 


    SchubertCenter@Intersections sponsors a competition to recognize and celebrate students who conduct research focusing on children or adolescents. Cash prizes are awarded to the top projects covering a wide range of topics and disciplines, from engineering medical devices to analyzing social structures and policies. These opportunities provide invaluable experience and support for our students to make a meaningful impact in the field of child studies