The University of New Haven, founded on the Yale campus in 1920, is a private and coeducational university. Located between New York City and Boston in the shoreline city of West Haven, the university’s community is diverse and vibrant, with 6,800 students from worldwide.
All full-time domestic and international master’s students can apply for the limited number of Provost’s Assistantships the University grants to various academic departments within each College. This highly competitive assistantship grants two types of work opportunities:
– Research assistantship: Students will aid in faculty-mentored research, conduct their own research, or conduct research for an administrative office related to the students’ field of study.
– Teaching assistantship: Responsibilities may include grading papers, preparing and teaching labs, and tutoring undergraduate students. Duties will vary by department.
Opportunity focus areas:
Cellular and Molecular Biology
Cybersecurity and Networks
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