FALL 2021 Research Assistantship

Dr. Rachel Whitlark is seeking a part-time student assistant to aid with research on leaders, nuclear politics, and arms control negotiations. The candidates will assist her in collecting data on historical arms control treaty negotiation processes.

As part of the research, assistantship students will obtain first-hand experience analyzing historical evidence and collecting data under the guidance of Dr. Whitlark. All applicants must be current Georgia Tech students, though the assistantship will be remote.

Students will be paid $10-$12 per hour depending on experience level. RAs are expected to work approximately 20 hours a week. Note that students who are currently funded as an RA, TA, or with a fellowship, are ineligible for this position.

To apply, please send a resume and short statement of interest to Dr. Rachel Whitlark at rachel.whitlark@inta.gatech.edu. Applications received prior to September 1st will be given full consideration.


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