Colleen and Chris have an IES-funded project studying teacher math anxiety and student math-related outcomes, and I have an NIH-funded twin project examining genetic and environmental influences on reading and math development. More information about our specific projects is here.
The PPFP program provides a competitive salary (with health insurance and fringe benefits), as well as 20k in research funds. To be eligible for the program, the candidates must describe how they have the potential to contribute to diversity in Psychology, be no more than 5 years out from their doctoral degree, and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
We are hoping to each support one candidate for the program. We will take initial applicants personally, and from that pool we will select one candidate each to move forward to the university application. To apply, email your CV and a diversity statement, to Colleen (email@example.com) or Sara (firstname.lastname@example.org), by February 14. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions!