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Dr. Matsick's Lab: Research Assistant Application
Department of Psychology
Office: 416 Moore Building
If you have any questions, please email Dr. Jes Matsick at firstname.lastname@example.org
First and Last Name:
Year in college (e.g., sophomore):
If offered the position, please indicate how many hours per week you would like to work during the semester:
6 hours per week (2 credits)
9 hours per week (3 credits)
Have you ever been a research assistant in another lab?
Yes: I've previously been a research assistant; with whom did you work?
Yes: I'm currently a research assistant; with whom do you work?
Why are you interested in working in Dr. Matsick's research laboratory?
Have you taken any classes in Psychology or Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies? If so, which ones?
What additional courses or experiences have you had that fit with the research interests of the lab?
What relevant skills do you think you can bring to the lab (e.g., organizational skills, being resourceful or reliable, academic interests, computer skills, etc.)?
Please indicate which set of research questions is
interesting to you. There is no right or wrong answer in selecting your response. In the lab, you will have the opportunity to work on all of these ongoing projects.
What characterizes women’s attitudes toward men? Do white women’s attitudes toward men relate to their attitudes and support for white women and women of color?
How do members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community view one another? How do lesbian women and gay men feel about bisexual women and men? Why?
How do ethnic minorities in the U.S. feel about white people? How do LGBTQ people feel about heterosexual people? Do these feelings affect their own psychological well-being as a member of a marginalized group?
How can science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields effectively recruit women? What is it like to be an LGBTQ person in STEM? Are there ways to strengthen how women’s contributions are valued in STEM?
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