Why Become a Research Associate?

If you want to learn a lot and be introduced to new subjects, the RA position is an ideal job. As an RA, I think there’s a tremendous opportunity in taking part in the process of seeing a seminal idea through to fruition, whatever form the final product takes. At this point, I think I’ve worked on every piece of the research puzzle, which is a great feeling.”
Mikell Hyman

There is no typical Research Associate.

A broad range of people make up the RA community. Some of us are just out of college, but there are also people who have law degrees, some who have Ph.D.s, and others who have taught in the past or worked in consulting. It’s a very interesting, diverse group.”
Nicole Bennett