At the Yee Lab, like at the University of Connecticut as a whole, our commitment to excellence is facilitated by our commitment to building a welcoming and diverse community. We actively encourage women, people with disabilities, and members of any minority or under-represented group to apply.
The Yee lab typically has a few positions available each semester for UConn undergraduates to work as research assistants. Students typically register for three credits of undergraduate research (PSYCH 3889, independent study) per semester and spend 10-12 hours per week working in the lab.
Undergraduate research assistants assist the PI, post docs and graduate students with experiment preparation and data collection. We encourage undergraduate students to participate in the intellectual life the lab by attending weekly lab meetings. Some students, especially honors students or University Scholars, develop their own research project. Before applying, please read about our research to see if the lab would be a good fit for your interests.
If you are interested in joining the lab, please fill out the form below.