Dr. Karrie Godwin is currently accepting new graduate students. Prospective applicants are encouraged to email Dr. Godwin directly (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Ph.D. program is a research-intensive program in which students develop expertise in cognition, learning, and development. The program will also train researchers in advanced research methodology, quantitative analysis, and instrumentation. This is an interdisciplinary program in psychological sciences and educational psychology.
The Child Development Lab is always looking for self-motivated students interested in developmental psychology and its application to learning and education to work as Undergraduate Research Assistants! Students can volunteer in the lab or work for course credit. Please note a two-semester commitment is required.
If you are interested in becoming a Research Assistant, please fill out the application below.