Students: if you're looking for post-baccalaureate research experience, please search through the postings below. If you find a good fit, contact the job poster by the means indicated in their post. CUDCP does not manage any part of this process. Note: under "Options" (just above the box listing postings), you may Subscribe by email to be notified of new postings.
Job posters: please be sure to include all relevant info in your post. If you would like guidance in posting, please follow these steps:
1. Create an account
In the area immediately below these numbered steps, look at the top right next to "Refresh" and "Permalink". If you see your username there, you are already logged in! Skip to the next step. If instead you see "Login" and "Register", click Login. You will then be prompted to enter your Email (the one you registered with) and Password. Then click the gray Login button below and you'll be logged in and brought back to the list of postings.
3. Post the ad for your position
Below, you will see a big box containing all the postings, with a top gray bar that says "Topics...". Just above this, on the left, you will see a New Topic link. Click on this, and you'll be given some empty boxes in which to enter your Subject (position title) and Message (the posting itself). Please include all relevant info in the Message – location, duration, responsibilities, and how applicants can contact you. (Ignore the "Alert me when someone posts" checkbox below; respondents cannot post, so checking this will do nothing.) When you are done, you may click the gray Preview Message button below to preview how your post will look (it will appear just above the Subject), and the Post Message button when you're satisfied that your text is final.
4. If you need to edit or delete a post that you have made
Click on the name of your post where it appears in the list of Topics. When you see the full text of your post appear, look just above it – at the right, you will see "Reply", "Threaded" and "More". Click More – you can then click on Edit post or Delete this post to do whichever you prefer.