The Human Factors & Aging Laboratory is successful thanks to our interdisciplinary team. The team consists of postdoctoral research associates, graduate students, and undergraduate students from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Every semester, we have opportunities for undergraduates to earn 2 or 3 credits for CHLH 393 working in the HFA Lab. Students are assigned to a research project and supervisor and complete a variety of research related tasks, which may include literature searches and reviews, materials development, participant recruitment, participant interviews, data analysis, transcriptions, and other tasks. We also have opportunities for graduate students to work in the HFA Lab. If interested, please contact Megan Nickrent.