Dr. Stewart Shankman in the Department of Psychology is looking for undergraduate research assistants to volunteer in the Chicago Lab of Emotion and Physiology. This is a wonderful opportunity to expand your research skills before applying to graduate school!
Preference will be given 1st and 2nd years who are looking for a long-term volunteer opportunity. RA's should have flexible schedules to help with lab visits, be timely and have an interest in mood and anxiety disorders and pursuing a higher degree in Psychology. Weekend availability is desired, as is experience using SPSS for data entry and working with participants. Responsibilities of an RA include assisting graduate students with lab visits, running participants through behavioral tasks, entering data into SPSS, and generally helping around in the lab. In order to apply, please send me a copy of your resume and answer the questions below to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about the application process or our lab, feel free to contact me!
- Reasons why you want to be a research assistant in our lab
- Reasons why you should be selected as a research assistant (be sure to address any qualifications that pertain to the responsibilities listed above)
- Hours per week you can devote to the project and your Mon-Fri 9am-5pm availability for Spring 2015
- Anything else we should know about you
Questions? Contact Allie Hodges, B.A., Research Associate, Chicago Lab of Emotion and Physiology, email@example.com.