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

Sport Psychology Research Assistantship Fall 2019 – Life Skills Through Sport: Deadline April 12th

Dr. Fogaça is looking for 4 RAs for fall 2019. She will be conducting a study at the YMCA Fergusson, where the RAs will help her teach life skills (e.g., emotional management, growth mindset) through sports activities (e.g., soccer drills) to 9-10 years old children. Previous experiences in sports is not a requirement. Candidates should enjoy working with children and be available in the fall on Tuesday evenings 4-6pm. In addition, RAs will participate in weekly meetings to develop the program and be trained to deliver it. Meeting times will be defined after the RAs are chosen. Candidates are also expected to have completed the research methods course and have at least a 3.0 GPA, although a lower GPA could be acceptable depending on other qualities that the candidate has.

Interested candidates, please email Dr. Fogaça ( by April 12th a paragraph describing why you are interested in this opportunity. In addition, list previous coursework that is relevant to the position (e.g., sport psychology, counseling, infancy and early childhood development, cultural psychology). Please also email Dr. Fogaça questions you may have about the position.

Sport Psychology (Life Skills) Internship-Deadline Postponed: April 12th

Are you interested in sport psychology, counseling, school psychology, social work, or teaching?   

Are you interested in gaining some experience working with young children?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, this internship might be for you!!

Tank Elementary School in Green Bay is seeking two responsible and dependable college students to assist with their Recess Program.  Tank is made up of kindergarten through 5th grade students.  The Recess program involves guiding children engaging in physical activities and play while teaching them skills to manage their emotions and behaviors. Continue reading