The School of Public Health’s Center on Young Adult Health and Development is looking for a paid hourly research assistant to help with the operations of two projects: a large-scale, NIH-funded research study on the health-related behaviors of young adults during a critical life transition (The College Life Study) and a statewide collaborative project on reducing drinking and alcohol-related problems among college students. We are looking for a motivated, responsible student who is able to commit to working with us for at least the next two semesters.
Primary Responsibilities: Literature review and management, online research, communication with study participants, quality assurance, document scanning, data entry, cleaning, and verification, and other tasks as assigned. There is the potential for collaboration with the center’s Director, Dr. Amelia Arria, on peer-reviewed academic publications.
Hours per Week: 10-15
How to Apply: Submit your resume and a brief letter of interest by Sunday, November 23rd to Brittany Bugbee, Recruitment Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details about our work and the Center, visit our websites atwww.cls.umd.edu, www.marylandcollaborative.org, andwww.cyahd.umd.edu.