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Research Assistant Opportunities


Dr. Taku’s Posttraumatic Growth (PTG) Lab is looking for one or two additional research assistants to begin in the Winter 2015 semester.  New research assistants must be an enrolled OU student, and must be able to commit 10 hours per week to this lab.  If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact the current research assistant to the lab, Leah LaLonde, lrlalond@oakland.edu.  Also, for additional information about application requirements please refer to the lab’s website, http://kanakotaku.wordpress.com.

Are you looking for some research experience to help prepare for graduate school?  Dr. Kozak is currently looking for students to join her lab.  Requirements include a minimum of a 3.0 in Psy 250 and a two-year commitment.  For information about lab duties and opportunities, please check out her website: https://sites.google.com/a/oakland.edu/dr-andrea-t-kozak/.  Dr. Kozak can be reached at kozak@oakland.edu


Dr. Welling's Lab is looking for student volunteers who are looking to gain some research experience. Students wishing to volunteer should fill out an application form and email it to Dr. Welling at welling@oakland.edu. You can download a copy of the application form here. Students should be aware that volunteering in the lab can take up a substantial amount of time (~10 hours per week) and should be prepared to make that level of a commitment before applying. Only serious, responsible applicants, please. Also, please note that students working in the lab will have to register and complete the required CITI training (https://www.citiprogram.org/) and should also contact Mariann Hodge at hodge@oakland.edu to schedule bloodborne pathogen training.



Dr. Zeigler-Hill’s Self and Interpersonal Relationships (SIR) Lab is looking for male research assistants to begin in the Fall 2014 semester.  New research assistants must be currently enrolled at Oakland and able to commit 6-10 hours per week to this lab.  If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact Jennifer Vrabel (jkvrabel@oakland.edu).  For information about the SIR lab, please refer to Dr. Zeigler-Hill's website: zeigler-hill.com.