Students

Graduate Students: Dr. Tarullo is currently accepting new Ph.D. students for Fall 2023 in the Developmental Science program of BU’s Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.

Master’s Students: The BEE Lab is currently accepting 1 to 2 Master’s students to join the lab. To apply, please contact Dr. Tarullo (atarullo@bu.edu) in early September to set up an interview.

Undergraduates/Research Assistants: For the Fall of 2022, the BEE Lab is ONLY accepting those who apply for the Part-Time Research Assistant job listed on Student Link. To access the position, go to the Part-Time Job Listings on Student Link, and under the “On Campus” or “Research Assistants” category, locate Job #: 202201794. Only those who own or possess a car (not including ZipCar) can apply for the Student Link position. Mileage and parking are reimbursed for this position.

We WILL be interviewing students during the Spring 2023 semester for Undergraduate Volunteer, Directed Study, or Work-Study Research Assistant positions that start in Summer or Fall of 2023. Those who wish to be interviewed in November to join the lab in 2023 should fill out the application located here or email (beelab@bu.edu).

Researchers in the BEE Lab learn about developmental neuroscience techniques and behavioral research while working with parents and their young children. Some of the current projects that students can work on include BASS, COCO, PATH, and SAM. Being fluent in Spanish, having a car, and prior experience with children are pluses but are not required for the position. BIPOC students and others from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. These positions are competitive.

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Want to volunteer? Research Assistants in the BEE Lab learn about developmental neuroscience techniques and behavioral research while working with young children and their parents. A friendly personality and prior experience with children are essential!

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