Research Assistantship with Dr. Kate Burns

Dr. Kate Burns is looking for 2-3 students to be research assistants for the fall semester. Her research focuses on stereotypes, emotion, and self-regulation. Research assistants in her lab develop stimuli, collect and code data, and write up the findings in an APA style final paper. They usually work on projects in different stages of development so you can be a part of multiple research projects. Email burnsk@uwgb.edu if you are interested or if you have any questions.

Research Grant Opportunity: College Voting Research-Deadline: May 31

Intellegere Foundations is in search of a student interested in conducting research surrounding college voters. They would be allotted $500 to go towards the research, with 1 year to run the project and submit a final paper. Research proposals must be original empirical work which seeks to better understand what leads to university students’ decisions to vote or not vote. Continue reading