I am deeply committed to undergraduate involvement in research and we are always looking for bright, enthusiastic students to join our team! Our research assistants gain a variety of skills in behavioral neuroscience research including animal handling and behavioral testing, tissue sectioning, and histology and microscopy. Interested students can use the application form below to apply to the lab. Alternatively, students can email Dr. Workman with a resume or CV, cumulative GPA, unofficial transcripts, and a brief statement of interest. The prerequisite for joining the lab is APSY 214 (Intro to Behavioral Neuroscience or equivalent). Undergraduate research assistants can earn credit for either APSY 397 or 297. The minimum time requirement is 10 hours per week for 2 semesters. Students are encouraged to pursue independent research and can complete an Honors Thesis if interested. Students from outside institutions who are 18 and older are also accepted to work in the lab on a volunteer basis.
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