Prospective Undergraduate Students and Post-Baccs

RCRCF provides opportunities for undergraduate students to directly participate in research experienceships. UR students can earn up to four academic credits per semester (CSP395) or a mini-seminar/independent study (CSP377)) for their time and work. It is highly encouraged that students are able to commit at least 2 semesters to the lab. Students should identify a project that is of interest and contact the appropriate graduate student or project coordinator by emailing the project name of interest and a copy of her/his resume or CV.  If you are interested in a project under the “Project” tab, please contact the appropriate coordinator found under “Research Staff.” Many of our undergraduate research assistants have been successful in obtaining a position in the field of their choice (e.g., counseling) or admittance to Masters and PhD level graduate training (e.g., Clinical and Developmental PhD, Family Therapy).

We are currently not recruiting for undergraduate RAs at this time. Please check back during the spring of 2024 for possible updates!