Our research depends on a strong team consisting of researchers at many levels.
Several undergraduate research positions are available in our lab every semester.
These positions involve participation in a wide range of research activities ranging from experimental design, lab management, recruitment, data collection and analysis. You will have the opportunity to observe and work with adult and child research participants and gain experience using cutting edge eye-tracking and brain wave technology to learn about language processing.
No previous research is necessary! We are looking for undergraduate students who are enthusiastic about developmental research and who are positive, attentive to detail, and responsible. To apply, follow this link. For more information email Dr. Arielle Borovsky
Interested in graduate or postdoctoral study? Purdue offers many exciting opportunities for training in a world-class research setting. Graduate study options include opportunities to interact with an interdisciplinary group of scholars from numerous departments, including SLHS, Psychology, Health and Kinesiology and Engineering. Interested students can directly contact Dr. Borovsky.