Getting Involved

Research Volunteers

Research volunteers may be involved in several research tasks, including conducting literature reviews, data collection and analysis, and knowledge dissemination (e.g., editing manuscripts).

Research volunteers must have completed PSYC 204 (or equivalent) with a grade of 75 or higher, possess strong organizational and time management skills, and demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. Completion of PSYC 210 and 310 would be considered an asset, but is not required.

Dr. Sarah Zanette is currently seeking responsible, motivated, and hardworking students wishing to develop research skills in psychology by volunteering in the Child and Social Psychology Research (CaSPR) Lab.


Applications must be submitted by Friday April 20th for full consideration. 

Prospective Students

There are many opportunities for students to get involved in research at the CaSPR Lab: