Student research collaborators

We welcome engagement from motivated secondaryundergraduate, and graduate students interested in engaging in educational design research around the topics of evolutionary musicology.

If you are interested in getting involved, there are two possibilities:

  1. If you already have a teacher or supervisor who is interested in helping you, you may select an area of interest from the ThesisBase below, and begin your project.
  2. If you do not already have a supervisor, you can apply to collaborate directly with our project, however our capacity is currently limted. We encourage you to find a local mentor when possible.

Ideas from our ThesisBase

We are evolving a selected collection of general topic areas and more focused research questions that can be locally adapted or innovated upon in schools and universities around the world. We can not offer all students direct supervision in these ideas, but welcome engagement and networking through the platforms described above. Use the ideas below to think about how you can contribute to sharing humanities collective understanding on the origins and diversity of music with the young minds of the world!