We seek one Post-Doctoral researcher to contribute to our NSF funded project Understanding and removing barriers for adoption and implementation of a proven intervention for improving Biology student success. The Postdoc will join an interdisciplinary group of researchers from social psychology, education, and educational psychology. The Postdoc will contribute to the collection, analyses, and dissemination of the data through reports, presentations and publications. The ideal candidate will have experience and demonstrated proficiency in project management, mixed- method research design, data collection and analyses in both lab-based and naturalistic settings. Excellent organization, written, and statistical skills are a must.  Interest in and familiarity with diversity in STEM research is preferred. Significant travel is required during project year 1 (to collect interview data). Opportunities exist for additional collaborative and independent research projects, with access to a large subject pool and laboratory space. All activities will be conducted at SDSU under the supervision and advisement of Dr. Dustin Thoman (PI), in the Department of Psychology and the Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education. The Postdoc will also work closely with Co-PIs Felisha Herrera Villarreal and Jessi Smith.

The full position description can be found here. The position will remain open until filled. To apply, email CV, the names and contact information for 3 references, and cover letter describing research interests, goals, skills, and experience (e.g., statistics, survey and experimental design, web site development, on-line administration of tasks/questionnaires, and any other areas relevant to a busy, productive laboratory) to Dr. Dustin Thoman dthoman@sdsu.edu