Are you a motivated undergraduate who enjoys working with children? Are you reliable, conscientious, and open to learning new things? If so, we encourage you to apply to be an undergraduate research assistant in the KID lab!


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Volunteer research assistants gain experience working in the lab for 4-7 hours per week and are involved in all aspects of the research, including interacting directly with children and their families.


This is a great opportunity to earn valuable research experience and mentoring, with the possibility of earning course credit in future semesters.

Strong candidates for KID lab volunteer positions are:

  • Reliable, energetic, detail oriented and LOVE working with children

  • Available for at least a 3 hour block of time during the day on two different days of the week

  • Willing to commit to at least two semesters of work in the lab

To apply, fill out this form online.

For Graduate Students

If you are a potential graduate student who is interested in working with Dr. Danovitch or Dr. Noles,  you can contact them directly via email.

We highly encourage you to check with them if they are accepting students for a particular admission cycle.

Dr. Judith Danovitch:

Dr. Nicholaus Noles: