Counseling and Educational Psychology
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Laura Reid Marks
Faculty Mentor's Department: Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Research
Contact Information: LRMarks@memphis.edu
Project Description: My program of research is centered on understanding the lived experience of individuals from marginalized groups and how these individuals' strengths can be used to overcome systemic barriers. More specifically, my research is focused on career development in racial/ethnic minority groups and social determinants of mental and sexual health in individuals of color. Overall, I seek to develop knowledge on the factors that precipitate disparities in career and health, and the ways in which these disparities can be decreased.
Requirements for Student Applicants: Junior or Senior undergraduate standing, 3.0 or above GPA, interest in graduate school in psychology.
Starting Date: TBD
Method of Compensation: Volunteer or Academic Credit
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Andrew Tawfik
Department: Instruction and Curriculum Leadership
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Description: The Instructional Design & Technology (IDT) Studio is a lab that is interested in the design, development, and evaluation of educational technologies. The Studio partners with schools and organizations within the community and helps them apply edtech in meaningful ways. This position would include data analysis, working directly with users, and possible multimedia development. In terms of scholarship, the students would be included on conference presentations and journal publications.
Requirements for Student Applicants: Multimedia development (e.g – familiarity with tools such as Adobe, iMovie, etc)
Application or Interview Process: Students should submit a brief letter of interest; Face to face interview
Hours per week the student will work: 20/week
Starting Date: Immediately
Method of Compensation: Volunteer