Those interested in being a postdoc in the lab should directly email Dr. Lauren Emberson or Dr. Casey Lew-Williams with their CV, a brief description of their interest in the lab and their research experience. Postdocs will be considered depending on fit of research interests, space in the lab and funding availability.
Students interested in pursuing graduate work would apply to work directly with Dr. Lauren Emberson or Dr. Casey Lew-Williams through the graduate school. However, Princeton Psychology is a highly collaborative department and co-advising of students between multiple faculty is a possibility under the right circumstances. Applications are typically due in mid-December. Interested students should email Dr. Lauren Emberson and/or Dr. Casey Lew-Williams (depending on their individual interests) early in the process to determine whether they would be a good fit for the program and the lab.
Your help is essential to our research. Every semester, we have 1-3 openings for new research assistants. Students interested in doing Junior Papers or Independent Work under the supervision of Dr. Lauren Emberson or Dr. Casey Lew-Williams are *required* to be research assistants in the Baby Lab first.
Students will be selected based on their dedication to the kinds of questions we ask in our research. If you would like to join the Princeton Baby Lab, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Research Assistant Application". Please include your CV/resume and a cover letter describing why you are interested in being involved in our research.