We welcome both undergraduate and graduate students interested in adolescent health promotion. Research opportunities will vary depending on current projects. Applications for the 23-24 academic year are now closed. Students from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Examples of research opportunities include:
- Involvement in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis
- Access to secondary data for new research questions
- Experience contributing to scholarly work (papers, posters, reports)
- Being a part of exciting and groundbreaking research!
Students receive opportunities for mentorship from faculty as well as shared learning from their peers within lab and project meetings. Much of Dr. Weybright’s work is community-based and includes collaboration with community partners for relationship development, data collection, scholarship development and dissemination.
Interested? Reach out to Dr. Weybright at elizabeth.weybright at wsu.edu.