The SPAN LAB continues to look for exceptional students to assist in ongoing studies and to develop their own research interests. Depending upon your student status, potential opportunities to get involved are listed below.
*We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, ethnicity, age, marital status, child status, or sexual orientation.
Currently, the laboratory does not have funds to support a postdoctoral researcher. However, we are seeking those funds and open to collaborate on postdoctoral applications. Please contact Dr. Prause with your interests.
Dr. Prause is not currently accepting graduate students. She is able to co-advise interested students.
SPAN lab is always searching for exceptional undergraduates to work as research assistants. You can receive course credit for your participation in the laboratory, gain hands-on experience with psychophysiology equipment and analyses, and receive professional support for future graduate study and career endeavors. You will participate in laboratory meetings, work with the principal investigator and graduate student(s), and be asked to contribute your own ideas. Undergraduates with nontraditional backgrounds in statistics, engineering, or computer science especially are encouraged to apply. Please explore this website to learn more about the projects on which we are working, and feel free to contact Nicole Prause with questions.
You must at least have an especially professional demeanor and basic computer skills to function well in this laboratory.
To apply, please complete the Application form.