Get Involved: Students
For undergraduate students:
Are you a UM student interested in joining our team as a research assistant (RA)? Join us! Opportunities are available for students to participate as an RA on a volunteer basis or for course credit. A minimum commitment of 8 hours per week for 2 full semesters is required. We typically consider new applications several weeks prior to the start of the semester in which you want to volunteer. Please email us at email@example.com to learn more. ***Update (November 2023): We currently do have openings for new RAs to join us starting Spring 2024!
For prospective Ph.D. students:
Real-Time Understanding of Mood and Behavior in Everyday Life
Are you a parent or caregiver of a child who is 6-11 years old? Is your child sometimes irritable, angry, or moody? Do they occasionally have tantrums, outbursts, or other intense emotions? If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in the Real Time Understanding of Mood and Behavior in Everyday Life (RUMBEL) Study! You would both be asked to complete a series of assessments over a period of about 30 days. You and your child would be compensated up to $200 or more for your time. To learn more, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 305-284-8413.
The Child, Family, and Community Research Network
Are you a parent or caregiver of a child who is 2-17 years old? The Child, Family, and Community Research Network (CFCRN) shares freely available resources to help promote children's social, emotions, and cognitive development. This network provides opportunities for caregivers and youth to participate in research aimed at understanding and supporting child development. Please visit www.cfcrn.org for more details. To sign up for potential future research opportunities for you and/or your child, please fill out the CFCRN registration survey.