Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research

Welcome to the Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research Website

This page serves as a portal to provide information to students and Faculty on new initiatives to support the involvement of undergraduate students in research and to showcase the achievements of our students.

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Summer 2017 Arts Research Internship Awards (ARIA)

Established by Dean Christopher P. Manfredi in 2010, the purpose of the Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Award (ARIA) is to support undergraduate students who undertake research during the summer under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Students contribute to the professor’s research agenda while gaining useful academic research skills. The ARIA program is supported by generous contributions from McGill alumni, the Dean of Arts and the Arts Undergraduate Society.

For program information see:
Information for Students | Information for Professors

For the 2016 ARIA recipients, click here.


Announcing Summer 2017

Social Equity Undergraduate Research Awards (Social Equity ARIA)

For more information about ARIA summer applications, click here.


Congratulations to the 2016 Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Award (ARIA) Recipients

The Faculty of Arts is pleased to announce that 37 students are recipients of the 2016 Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Awards (ARIA).

Established by Dean Christopher P. Manfredi in 2010, the purpose of the Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Award (ARIA) is to support undergraduate students who undertake research during the summer under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Students contribute to the professor's research agenda while gaining useful academic research skills.


Congratulations to Isabella Mello, Recipient of the 2016 Rosalind Goodman Arts Research Internship Award (ARIA)

Isabella Melo, U3, Art History
Isabella is majoring in Art History and minoring in Management. Isabella is interning for McGill's Visual Arts Collection, coordinating and researching artworks on McGill's campus, as well as designing an art and architecture tour. Isabella is particularly interested in museum practices and interdisciplinary arts administration, and is looking forward to engaging with these at McGill and beyond.