Paid Undergraduate Research Interns, Religion in Missouri Project:  

We are seeking two undergraduate research interns for the project Confluences: Religious Diversity in Missouri, the First 200 Years, funded by the Missouri Humanities Council. The project seeks to share with the public the intricate history of religious diversity in Missouri. Interns will have the opportunity to work extensively with historical materials, present their research to the public, and publish their findings. Interns will be trained in archival research. Applicants should have completed coursework in Religious Studies, Black Studies, and related disciplines. Religious Studies or Black Studies majors or minors are strongly encouraged to apply. Each research intern will work approximately 50 hours during the spring and summer 2021 under faculty supervision. Those awarded internships will be assigned to project teams according to their interests and research backgrounds. Pay: $14.58/hour. Please submit a CV, a transcript, and a brief letter of interest to Dr. Signe Cohen at by March 15.