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IMPACT Lab Student Opportunities

The IMPACT Lab has mentored and continues to offer research experience opportunities to Washington State University students.

  • Developing data collection tools (e.g., surveys, interview protocols)
  • Collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data
  • Gaining experience in managing large data sets and applying advanced statistical methods
  • Creating content and visuals for reports and presentations to communicate research findings to multiple stakeholder groups (e.g., prevention providers, community members)
  • Presenting posters and papers at regional and national conferences
  • Co-authoring research publications
  • Participating in trainings and workshops related to prevention science
  • Providing technical assistance to prevention program providers
  • Fostering collaborations with program providers and practitioners as part of the research and evaluation projects
  • Collaborating on projects that directly affect local and state policies
  • Cultivating a professional network with leading prevention researchers and practitioners

If you are interested in working with or gaining research experience with us, please reach out to our IMPACT Lab Research Coordinators: Clara Hill and Kelley Pascoe.

Clara Hill

Email: clara.hill@wsu.edu

Phone: 509-335-3814

Kelley Pascoe

Email: kelley.pascoe@wsu.edu

Phone: 509-335-3816