RAPTOR Lab: Join
Research Assistant Opportunities Available
The RAPTOR (Relationships, Affiliation, Power, and Threat in ORganizations) Lab in the Kellogg School of Management studies a number of topics associated with social psychology, organizational behavior, leadership, power, and social relationships. We are looking for motivated and conscientious students to serve as research assistants in our lab. Our research assistants help us collect data, perform background research, attend lab meetings, and engage in other miscellaneous administrative tasks. The research assistantship offers excellent hands-on experience that provides valuable skills and a solid foundation for graduate school or a post-graduation career. Research assistants who perform well will also be eligible to receive a strong letter of recommendation.
Research assistants can enroll via Northwestern University work-study, Psych399 credit, or as a non- work study employee
- More information about Psych399
- The Psych399 application form
(to be completed and submitted to the Psychology Department once you are hired)
- More information about the Northwestern work-study program