Get Involved as an Undergraduate
If you have a strong motivation to learn about empirical research and are reliable, with good organizational skills, we'd love to have you join our group. Hands-on experience is the best way to learn about how research works and to get the experience and recommendation letters necessary to pursue an advanced degree in the social sciences.
As a research assistant, you will be an active team member involved in all aspects of an ongoing research project. Because of the amount of training necessary, you should be prepared to commit at least 9 hours per week for at least 2 semesters. Enrolled students can receive course credit. If all this sounds interesting, please contact Emily Butler (email@example.com) to arrange an interview.
Get Involved as a Graduate Student
The Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) department at the University of Arizona (UA) offers a rigorous training program for students interested in careers in research and teaching relevant to families, relationships, or human development. Graduate students working with the TIES group have opportunities to pursue research on any of the topics listed above. You will be able to take advantage of a wide range of resources supporting both laboratory and field based studies, including a fully equipped psychophysiology and brain hyper-scanning lab, technological support for conducting Internet based studies, and an intensive curriculum in advanced statistical methodologies. Overall, the University of Arizona offers an outstanding intellectual community, with active interdisciplinary collaborations across campus and a dedication to providing excellence in research, teaching, and outreach.