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How to Apply:
Current first year students interested in applying should send the following to Dr. Fanniff at by the 2018 application deadline:
Cover letter (2 pages max) that includes (1) your research interests, (2) a brief description of your career goals (e.g., professor, clinician, etc.) and populations of interest (e.g., adult offenders, juvenile offenders, sex offenders), and (3) a description of how the DIPP lab might contribute to your broader career goals
Current Curriculum Vitae
Writing samples: the first version and the current version of your first year Research Methods proposal and up to one additional writing sample (not required) that best conveys your writing ability, preferably a research paper.
Applicants will first meet with current members of the lab. In addition to providing an initial interview, you can also use this opportunity to learn more about the group to determine if this lab is a good fit for you. Based on your application materials and the feedback resulting from the first round of interviews, Dr. Fanniff will interview a select group of highly qualified applicants. New group members will be selected based on merit and degree of fit regarding research interests.