Graduate Student Employment Research Project

We have an opportunity for a graduate student to work during Spring semester 2016 on a research project related to the evaluation of a research database, and its ease of use for a practitioner community (the fire service). This position would involve human subjects research proposal review, experimental design, conducting a computer-based survey, data collection and analysis, and writing of the research results, in additional to intermediate deliverables including reporting research progress and updates.
Must be available and eligible to work 20 hours per week, starting ASAP and continuing through April 2016. Work location is largely flexible.

Interested students should contact Prof. Curtin at

Kevin M. Curtin, PhD
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
College of Science
George Mason University