Apply to Be a Lead UDR
If you are interested in working with senior leadership and the Academic Affairs team of the School of Arts and Sciences, shaping the UDR program, and learning more about how the university functions, please apply for one of the paid Lead UDR positions.
To be eligible for this position, candidates must be available to serve in the Lead UDR role for the full academic year (i.e., not studying abroad).
On average, being a Lead UDRs requires a time commitment of ~2 hours/week. Lead UDRs will only be compensated for activities attributable to their Lead UDR role, not for time spent on their department/program specific responsibilities.
Lead UDRs are selected during the spring semester for the following academic year.