Student research assistants work with faculty and staff on research projects assisting with literature review, data collection, data analysis, and research. Research assistants often have the opportunity to write, publish, and present their own research. For more information on our current research please follow the link below, or contact our Research Coordinator, Jessica Vicman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute issues small grants for faculty for either research or programming that focuses on relevant themes and interests of the institute. To inquire about a faculty grant, please contact email@example.com.
Berger Institute Research Grant
This grant supports and expands the ongoing research of CMC students and faculty by helping to defray the costs of a specific, student-led project. All disciplines and research methodologies are welcome and the research should address contemporary social issues that is of interest to the student. The recipient of this grant is required to conduct research under the supervision of, or in collaboration with, a faculty member. The award amount varies according to the scope and subject of the project.
Students can gain real world experience by participating in a summer internship with one of the organizations that the Berger Institute has partnered with. The organizations are related to work and family research and/or policy. Participating will allow students to be exposed to how companies deal with and manage work/family issues among their employees.