The Morningside Center Whole School Restorative Practices (RP) research project is a randomized control trial evaluation of a school wide discipline reform program based on integrating restorative practices, social emotional learning curriculum, and racial equity in K-12 public schools in Brooklyn, NY. We, Dr. Anne Gregory and her Rutgers Evaluation team at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, are interested in recruiting highly motivated undergraduate research assistants to play a vital role in collecting data to evaluate the impact of the whole school RP and Racial Equity Project.
This is a great opportunity for you to get involved in psychology research. Some of the highlights include:
- Earn psych 300 level course credit
- Gain real, practical experience in a large scale, multi year research project;
- Assist in data collection (surveys) in Brooklyn schools;
- Learn about innovative discipline practices in schools and racial equity in education;
- Work alongside graduate students and graduate faculty, including Dr. Anne Gregory, who is a leader in the field.
If you are interested in school psychology or discipline in education, or know anyone who might be interested, please consider joining our team! Application review will begin on Sunday, November 10th, 2019.
The application and our flyer are on the Psychweb: https://psych.rutgers.edu/academics/undergraduate/forms
“I was hoping to gain some research experience through this project and I have gained that and then some. It was fun communicating with everyone and the students. This communication only increased the morale and the knowledge that RAs could possible gain through the project.”
"Putting the time and effort into something that really matters really makes an impact on the bigger picture."
"Only get involved in this if you really care about the issue at hand. That's what this is all about!"