MARSH Lab is currently searching for undergraduate research assistants and graduate students to join the lab. All interested students are encouraged to apply, but Dr. Farrell especially urges those with backgrounds underserved and underrepresented in psychological science to consider our lab. Greater diversity in viewpoints and experiences will strengthen our science!
Dr. Farrell will be accepting a student to start graduate school in Fall 2020. Individuals should apply to the PhD program in Social Psychology at Miami University by Sunday, December 1, 2019. Applicants should have a strong undergraduate record, research experience in social psychology or biobehavioral health, research interests that align with the themes and focuses of MARSH Lab, and a commitment to working with community samples. Prospective students can check out the department website to find out more about the Social Psychology program at Miami and how to apply, and are encouraged to email Dr. Farrell to learn more about MARSH Lab.
MARSH Lab is looking to hire research assistants Spring 2020 to work as videocoders for a couples interaction study and to help with new data collection in the community. RA’s are expected to commit 6-10 hours per week to working in the lab (depending on the position and goals of the lab that semester), and will be required to sign up for research credit. To be considered, email Dr. Farrell with “Potential RA” in the subject line and include your name, major, GPA, class year, and one sentence describing why you’re interested in working in the lab.