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Interested in joining our team? 
Check this page for current opportunities at The SEED Lab

Undergraduate Students

There are three main ways that undergraduate students can get involved in the lab. 

Lab Volunteer

Lab volunteers spend approximately 10 hours per week helping with various lab tasks, such as reviewing literature, helping with survey set-up, guiding participants through studies, and more.

Directed Studies

Psychology students are able to gain course credit for working in the lab. 

See the course calendar for more information about Directed Studies.
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Honours Students

Honours students complete a year long project in the lab, typically involving an independent research project, data collection, data analysis, and a final research paper. 

For each of these types of involvement, you must first confirm that you are eligible by referring to the course calendar and course requirements. 
Once you have confirmed that you are eligible, please send your CV, transcripts, and a brief description of your research interests to kalee.defrance@ubc.ca


PLEASE NOTE: We are not currently accepting volunteers, directed studies students, or honours students. 

 

Students Interested in Grad School

Graduate students are an essential piece of our lab. Students can join at the Master's or PhD level, depending on your previous experience. While we do take applicants for the Clinical program, please note that there are very few spaces and preference will be given to students whose research interests strongly align with the lab.

If you are interested in joining the lab as a graduate student for the Clinical or Psych Sciences programs, please first confirm your eligibility by checking the psychology department graduate studies page. 
Once you have confirmed that you are eligible, please send your CV, transcripts, a writing sample, and a brief description of your research interests to kalee.defrance@ubc.ca

 

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