The Institute for the Theory & Practice of International Relations (ITPIR) at William & Mary provides a home for interdisciplinary, collaborative, internationally-focused research that employs rigorous social science methods to make meaningful contributions to contemporary international debate, policy and practice. ITPIR currently houses five different multi-disciplinary student-faculty research projects.
During the summer of 2015, ITPIR anticipates employing roughly 120 student researchers. We welcome applicants from all majors with a particular emphasis on government, international relations, public policy, global studies, modern languages, and computer science.
AidData, our largest project, will employ the vast majority of these students. There are six research teams that are hiring for the summer. Click here for more information on AidData's positions.
ITPIR will be hiring for one administrative position and one communications/operations position. Click here for more information on working at ITPIR.
The Teaching, Research and International Policy (TRIP) project will be hiring up to 8 full-time research assistants. Click here for more information.