Student working on a research project.

Motivation To Behaviorally Thermoregulate During Heat Stress

This study aims to quantify how motivated people are to behaviorally thermoregulate during exposure to hot environments. The primary purpose for this position is to collect physiological and psychological data from human participants during heat exposure.

Research Project Information

Student Skill-Set Needed: Ability to obtain CPR and AED certifications, hard working, experience with human physiology
Compensation: Volunteer
Available: Fall, Spring


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

Faculty Member: Zachary Schlader
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Exercise And Nutrition Sciences
Office: 204A Kimball Tower
Phone: 716-829-6794