WID engages with undergraduate and graduate students to enrich their intellectual experiences and impact.
For undergraduates, the Institute offers Frontier Fellowships to allow students to work collaboratively on novel research, education or outreach projects. For graduate students, WID supports the Emerging Interfaces Awards, giving students the chance to pursue research projects that tie technology, science, the arts, humanities, social sciences and education into their respective fields. In addition, graduate students can apply for Marie Christine Kohler Fellowships, intended for senior graduate or professional students with a focus on transdisciplinary thought.
Learn why current graduate students have chosen WID as their intellectual home.
For information about working or studying in a specific lab, check WID’s jobs page.