Dr. Holland plans to accept a graduate student to start in the 2018-2019 academic year. Please see the Psychology Department website for more information on the program and application process. I welcome psychology students who may also be interested in pursuing a Graduate Specialization in Women’s & Gender Studies, but that is not required. Please contact Dr. Holland if you have any questions or want to discuss your potential fit with the lab (email@example.com).
Undergraduate students play an important role in the SASH Lab. Being a research assistant can involve a variety of activities, including attending lab meetings, formatting surveys, recruiting participants, collecting data, entering data, transcribing interviews, coding and analyzing qualitative data, reviewing literature and citation management. RAs will be assigned to activities and tasks based on the current needs of the lab and their experiences, skills, interests, etc. RAs will also receive mentoring on professional development. RAs are welcome to volunteer as an unpaid research assistant, work for independent course credit (Psyc 299/499), or apply for UCARE. Students who are also majoring or minoring in Women’s & Gender Studies or LGBTQ/Sexuality Studies are preferred, but this is not a requirement. Please contact Dr. Holland if you are interested (firstname.lastname@example.org).