Are you interested in becoming familiar with an evidence-based parenting intervention? Want to learn what actually happens inside intervention sessions? Would research experience on an NIH-funded project enhance your graduate school application?
We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated research assistants for the Fall 2018–Spring 2019 academic year to become part of a team investigating the active treatment components in a parenting intervention program. Research assistants will have the opportunity to gain exposure to an evidence-based parenting program, code intervention videos, help with data entry, and get experience working on a dynamic research team.
Although this is not a paid position, we will work with successful research assistants to support their professional development goals (e.g., professional presentation, independent study credit). Interested students may apply online; preference will be given to students available for an in-person campus interview prior to fall semester.
1) GPA 3.5 or higher 2) Able to commit 5-10 hours per week 3) Willing to make a one-year commitment to project (Fall 2018-Spring 2019) 4) Be dependable and consistent 5) Capable of working independently and as part of a team