University of Wisconsin - Green Bay

Kristin M. Vespia, Ph.D.

HUM DEV 496/PSYCH 496: Research Assistantship 

I typically work with a few Research Assistants each semester.  My RAs often present a project at the Academic Excellence Symposium, and some have even served as co-authors on national presentations.  A Research Assistantship is an excellent way for students to gain practical experience with research design, data collection, data analysis, literature reviews, and other important elements of the research process. To learn more about my research interests and projects, please use the Research link on the right side of this page.

Students who are interested in completing a Research Assistantship should contact me directly.  Because I work with a limited number of students, I interview all potential Research Assistants.  I also require a formal application (see link on the right side of this page).  I typically ask that students have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.  Completion of certain courses, depending on the nature of the project, may also be considered necessary.  Please refer to the sample course syllabus on this page for additional information about the structure of and the work requirements for this class.