We'll give you experience in applied research and programming. We welcome motivated and dependable students to join our research team.
Why Get Involved
You're interested in going to graduate school and you need research experience
You're seeking a career where you conduct and use research to develop programs
You want to help youth and adults develop healthy relationships
What You'll Do
Review and summarize research literature
Contribute to program design and implementation
Assist with data collection, coding, entry, and analyses
Co-author evaluation reports and papers
Must be a junior or senior with a minumum GPA of 3.25
Coursework in HDFS or other relevant classes required
Completion of a research methods course preferred
Must be able to commit at least 6 hours a week (2 credit hours)
Hayley Cohen, Psychology (Class of 2020). Poster presented at 2019 CURO Symposium, "Changes in financial distress and relationship quality following a couple relationship and financial literacy program."
Rachel Nagey, Psychology (Class of 2019). Poster presented at 2019 Southeastern Conference on Family Relations, "Variations in Coparenting and Parenting Functioning Among At-risk Couples Following Participation in Couples Relationship Education."
Monica Han, HDFS (Class of 2018). Poster presented at 2018 CURO Symposium , "The association between program fidelity and impact: How facilitator engagement and program adherence influence couples following relationship education."
Lauren Head, Biology & Psychology (Class of 2016). Poster presented at 2014 CURO Symposium , "Differences between Cohabiting and Non-cohabiting Couples Who Participated in Premarital Education."
Helen Moser, HDFS (Class of 2012). Supported training and technical assistance efforts of state funded teen pregnancy prevention program.