Research assistant. We welcome students from speech-language pathology, psychology, or any related field to work in the lab. We look for students who can work collaboratively with peers, multitask, and have well-developed problem-solving skills. Positions require a minimum of 2 quarters and weekly hours depend on the responsibilities.
What are the responsibilities of a research assistant? Research assistants participate in all aspects of the lab, including running experiments, recruiting new research participants by letter and phone, and processing data (e.g., linguistic transcription and coding or inputting data in databases). Some students are responsible for their own research project, participate in conference presentations, and publications.
Are positions paid? Some positions can be paid via federal work-study. Read more to see if you qualify.
If you have any questions, or would like to come see the lab, feel free to contact us any time to set up an appointment.
The CLHL Lab supports and encourages to apply to all students from different backgrounds, including race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ability, religious affiliation, socioeconomic status, and culture. Students that speak Spanish are always needed and welcome.