We are looking for talented students in the following positions:

GRADUATE POSITIONS

  • MSc or PhD level, Computer Science
  • MA or PhD level, Science and Technology Studies
  • MA or PhD level, Critical Disabilities Studies
  • MA, MSc or PhD level, Digital Media

Interested students may contact the potential supervisor, Professor Melanie Baljko.

Students interested in Computer Science graduate programs should complete an application form for graduate studies, see here

  • Minimum GPA: B+
  • Application cycle: Fall or Winter admission, Next Deadline: January 2018 (NOTE: Off-cycle applications may be accepted. Please contact the supervisor, Prof. Baljko)

Students interested in Science and Technology Studies graduate programs should complete an application form for graduate studies, see here

  • Minimum GPA: B+
  • Application cycle: Fall admission, Next Deadline: January 2018 (NOTE: Off-cycle applications may be accepted. Please contact the supervisor, Prof. Baljko)

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT POSITIONS

  • Senior undergraduate students who are interested in becoming involved in lab research projects may wish to apply for a Research Assistant position.
    • Option #1: postings via Experience York, the Career Centre’s online job posting and registration system.  The application periods are typically open at the start of the fall and summer terms.  Please see https://careers.yorku.ca/online-system
      • These are paid positions, of 4-8 month duration.  The time commitment per week varies according to the needs of the project and the schedule of the student.
    • Option #2: senior undergraduate students may submit proposals for EECS4080 3.0 Directed Studies or EECS4080 3.0 Computer Science Project to be completed in the lab.
      • These positions are established via contract between the student, the supervisor, and the undergraduate program director.
    • Option #3: You may also contact Professor Melanie Baljko via email (mb [at] cse [dot] yorku [dot] ca) to discuss other possibilities.

VOLUNTEER POSITIONS

  • On an ad hoc basis, volunteer positions may be created at the discretion of the lab director.  Such positions are subject to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the lab director and the volunteer, to be mutually agreed upon.
  • Particularly welcome as volunteers: retirees, members from the community, undergraduate or graduate students from other degree program who have lived experience with marginalization and/or disability
  • Undergraduate volunteers have, in the past, transitioned into paid RA positions or other lab positions.
  • If you would like to discuss this option, please send a Statement of Interest and a CV to Professor Melanie Baljko via email (mb [at] cse [dot] yorku [dot] ca).