NSU Undergraduate Research Volunteer: Psychology
Research Volunteer/ Research Assistant
Focus: The Trauma Resolution and Integration Program (TRIP) research team is currently seeking NSU undergraduate students who have an interest in understanding the systemic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal impacts of psychological trauma. The TRIP program consists of a clinic housed in the Maltz Psychology Building and an adjoined research group. The assessments, interviews, and information utilized in TRIP research is gathered in the PSC TRIP clinic.
Position description: Research Volunteer/Unpaid
Student Participation: Duties will include familiarization with psychological assessments used to investigate the impacts of trauma, as well as the entry of assessment results into Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) databases.
Time Commitment: At least 5 hours per week
Minimum GPA & Major: 3.0 GPA/ Any STEM major
· Familiarity with the research process
· Basic understanding of psychological concepts and completion of core psychology courses
· Previous research experience and knowledge of SPSS preferred.
To apply: Submit resume, unofficial NSU transcript, current NSU schedule (including extra-curricular), and a list of previous research experience, if applicable, via Handshake