WashU Brown School's Race and Opportunity Lab is looking for a research assistant, undergraduate or graduate, to assist with various research projects. The research assistant should be competent in, but not limited to, conducting 1) comprehensive, academic literature reviews, 2) interviews for data collection, 3) data entry and data analysis, and 4) formulating tables and figures from data in excel.
Ability to work 10-15 hours per week through the summer is preferred. Other desirable skills include programming and statistical software (SPSS and/or Stata). Please send your CV/resume and a brief paragraph describing how your interests and experiences may fit this position to Robert Motley (Lab Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org.