Getting Started

A student sits and talks with an elderly man in his home

Yuezhu Chen interviewed Harbinians aged 48-96 years old to learn about the influence of Russian/Soviet culture on Harbin society in 1920-1976.

You can do research during the academic year, the summer or both. Most students start sometime after completing their first academic year; however, you can start learning about research and creative collaboration opportunities now! The more you learn and the earlier you identify areas of interest, the more options you will have.

Register for a Research 101 Workshop

The URCC Research 101 workshops can help you learn more about how to get involved in research and creative projects at Brandeis.

Learn how to:

Upcoming Research 101 Workshops

There are no Research 101 Workshops being offered at this time. Sign up for the URCC mailing list to stay current on upcoming events!

Next Steps

Research for pay or for course credit?

Students can opt to earn course credit for research, be paid for research or both – though not at the same time for the same project.

If you would like to do research for credit:

 If you would like to be paid to do research: