Undergraduate Research Assistants

The contribution of research assistants to our activities is extremely valuable. We are always seeking motivated undergraduate volunteer students to assist with research in the Rady Behavioral Lab. Research assistants gain experience with a variety of research activities. They help run the experiments and recruit participants campus wide. An interest in behavioral research is essential and previous experience is a plus.

The position is on a volunteer basis and offers no financial compensation. Research assistants are expected to commit to at least 8 to 10 hours a week.

Anyone interested in volunteering in the Rady Behavioral Lab can contact the lab manager.