Announced on November 14, 2017
Research Assistant Needed:
This Assistantship is for 3 units of college class credit during interterm.
The Research Assistant will work closely with Dr. Michelle Miller-Day in the School of Communication to coordinate, administer, and conduct research activities for substance use prevention research. Research tasks include (but are not limited to) scheduling participants for focus group interviews, coordinating interviews, interview transcription, copying, and report writing. APA skills and graphic design skills a plus! The candidate must have completed IRB ethics training and be certified to conduct research at Chapman University. The Candidate should also be very organized, a self-starter, team-oriented, have a yearning to learn, and excel at multi-tasking a variety of projects.
If you’d like to learn more or apply, contact Dr. Miller-Day.