Monday, June 18, 2018

Paid Student Research Assistant Opportunity On Campus

The UMD School of Public Health's Center on Young Adult Health and Development is looking for a paid research assistant to assist with the operations of several projects, including a large-scale, longitudinal 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. The Center is looking for a motivated, responsible student who is able to commit to working with us for at least the next two semesters, starting Fall 2018.

Please note: Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply but this position is not a graduate assistantship and does not offer any tuition remission benefits. This is a paid, hourly position.

Communication with study participants
Literature review and management
Online research
Quality assurance
Data entry, cleaning, and verification
Opportunities to work on presentations and/or publications
Other tasks as assigned

Hours per Week

How to Apply
Submit your resume and a short letter explaining your interest in the position to Angie Barrall, Recruitment Coordinator, at The application must be submitted by Tuesday, July 10.

For more details about our projects and the Center, visit our websites at, and