Graduate students

Dr. Isbell is accepting graduate students to begin in the 2021-2022 academic year. She encourages all applicants to reach out to introduce themselves and discuss research opportunities.

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Undergraduate Research Assistants

The I.D.E.A. research group accepts new research assistants to the team, typically at the beginning of each semester. Research assistants are involved in data collection, the preparation of data for analyses, and literature review. More experienced students are given the opportunity to conduct mentored research. Given the extensive training needed for data collection and analyses, a minimum commitment for two semesters is expected. If you are interested in joining the I.D.E.A. research group, contact Dr. Isbell.