Student Research Assistants Wanted!
Here are some positions posted by faculty members looking for student research assistants.
- Seeking French Speaking Undergraduate Students (04.02.2015.)
Dr. Rebecca Weiss's Forensic Assessment Research Lab is in search of a highly motivated undergraduate student who is seeking research experience and fluent in French. The undergraduate research assistant will assist with a graduate student's Master's thesis regarding culturally specific reactions to trauma. This research project will assess the accuracy of symptoms of trauma in West and Central African samples.
- Assist with the collection of a comparison sample from West and Central Africans who have lived primarily within the United States
- Translate during French-speaking interviews
- Translate documents into French
- Undergraduate student
- Proficiency in French
- Excellent interpersonal skills
The position is to begin immediately at the start of the fall 2014 semester. Data collection will take place during the fall semester. Upon completion of this project, the undergraduate student may continue to work in Dr. Weiss’s research lab on other research projects. This research experience would be excellent for an undergraduate student to add to their curriculum vitae.
To apply for this position, please send: (1) cover letter and (2) resume or curriculum vitae to Amanda Rosinski at firstname.lastname@example.org.