Apply for an Interprofessional Education student research assistant position

The Office of Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Education and Research is seeking one to two graduate students to collaborate on an interprofessional research project. Job duties may include literature review, data collection, data analysis, manuscript development, and other research-related activities. Students will be mentored by an interprofessional faculty team. 

Work is expected to begin in October and will continue through the spring semester. Students must be able to devote seven to 10 hours per week to this project. Most work can be done remotely via Zoom. Compensation is $15/hour. Students may also receive authorship credit on the primary manuscript that results from this work, dependent on the quality and quantity of their contributions to the project.

Interested students should complete an application form by Sept. 30.