Terms and Dates:

  • Academic Year 2019-20


Kate Griffith

Cornell Affiliations:

Industrial and Labor Relations


Opportunity Description

These paid semester-long, part-time fellowships provide students with the opportunity to receive hands-on experience in research contributing to union- and worker-related projects, with faculty based on campus and/or within ILR Extension offices.

About the Worker Institute

The Worker Institute at Cornell engages in research and education on contemporary labor issues, to generate innovative thinking and solutions to problems related to work, economy, and society.  The institute brings together researchers, educators, and students with practitioners in labor, business and policymaking to confront growing economic and social inequalities, in the interests of working people and their families.  A core value of the Worker Institute is that worker rights and collective representation are vital to a fair economy, robust democracy and just society.