Participants for Economics Experiments
EXEC, the Centre for Experimental Economics at the University, runs economics experiments in which participants can earn amounts of money that are more than commensurate with the time spent. These experiments are usually simple decision tasks performed at the computer and involve no pain or deception. If you are interested, please register using our on-line recruitment system hroot. We will then inform you when an experiment is taking place and invite you to participate. You are not obliged to take part in any experiment; you will just be offered the opportunity. Please note that we are no longer using our old system ORSEE; if you were registered on that, can we ask you to re-register on hroot. If you want to learn more about the centre click on this link.
Volunteer roles across York
Looking to gain experience or develop your skills or just want to do something fun?
Over 25 different volunteer roles available through York Students in Communities, search across our 5 areas of heritage, conservation, young people, public sector and causes to find the perfect role for you! Maybe it will be storyreader, charity team leader, stage crew or eco volunteer? Visit York Students in Communities. Deadline Friday Week 6 (7 November)
Travelling overseas in 2015? Need cash?
Students planning an ambitious, creative international visit or project for 2015 are invited to apply for a Santander International Connections Award.
The fund will support travel to the following countries:
In the Americas: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, USA.
In Europe: Belgium, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Spain.
In Asia: China, Russia, Singapore.
The programme offers grants up to £1,000 available to individuals only. For detailed criteria please read the guidance notes, which are available at http://www.york.ac.uk/study/study-abroad/travel-awards/
Closing date 25 November (Tuesday week 9), 5pm