Volunteer as a Research Assistant
I am always looking for motivated, self-starting people who are interested in learning more about applied research (research meant to help those in the workplace). Typically students volunteer for at least 5 hours per week, and attend a weekly/bi-weekly lab meeting (either in person or virtually) where we discuss current research topics. Research assistants are usually assigned to one study/project.
In addition to gaining foundational research skills, research assistants can learn about career paths, graduate school, and professional development. I make mentorship part of our lab. If you are interested in working in the lab or just hearing more about what we do, email me (Dr. Brown) with information about yourself, including research interests, time availability, year in school, and any questions you might have. I’ll email you back to let you know current opportunities.
Conduct an Independent Study for Course Credit
If you’d like to conduct research with a mentor for course credit, please explore those options at the UA South Organizational Leadership program site. Please be aware I cannot offer course credit opportunities to those not enrolled at the UA South, but you can still take part to gain research experience.
Participate in Our Studies
We do not currently have any studies in need of participants, however, the Psychology department on the main campus usually does have this opportunity available. Feel free to pursue those options here.