Student working on a research project.

Developing Intervention Materials To Prevent College Sexual Assault

As part of a study designed to develop intervention materials to prevent college sexual assault, we are conducting focus groups of freshman women, to understand how they view risks and the role of alcohol in sexual vulnerability. The project is housed at the Research Institute on Addictions, located at the downtown medical campus
We are seeking temporary assistance with phone screening and scheduling of participants and with transcribing of focus group audiorecordings. The present position is temporary, through January 2018. However, there may be additional opportunities.

Research Project Information

Disciplines: Psychology
Student Skill-Set Needed: Undergraduates must be conscientious, independent workers who can be relied upon to keep regular hours. A minimum 3.0 average and sophomore standing is required. Interested students should email Maria Testa at
Compensation: Academic Credit, Salary / Stipend, Volunteer
Available: Fall


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Maria Testa
Title: Researcher
Department: Research Institute On Addictions (RIA)
Office: 1021 Main Street
Phone: 716-887-2560