Getting involved in the laboratory as an undergraduate is a great way to learn more about cognition and gain meaningful research experience. Undergraduate opportunities in the laboratory include volunteer positions, course-based involvement, and paid research assistant positions. We are always looking for smart, reliable, and conscientious students with an interest in conducting research in cognitive psychology. If you're interested in joining the lab, please email a cover letter (i.e., why do you want to work in the CaNB lab), resume, and transcript to Evan Risko (email@example.com).
We are looking for excellent graduate students interested in doing research in cognitive science. The University of Waterloo graduate program is exceptional, the city is fantastic, and our laboratory is, most importantly, fun.
For more information about the cognitive area at the University of Waterloo see http://waterloo.ca/psychology/research/research-areas/cognitive-psychology and for the graduate program see https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/future-graduate-students. Interested applicants should also email Evan Risko (firstname.lastname@example.org).