Interview Preparation for Aspiring Research Assistants

Tuesday, 13 August, 7pm to 8pm, Online via Zoom.

This event will highlight the options for aspiring research assistants (RA) and the interview process. It is aimed at those who wish to apply to RA roles in the future, newly graduated from psychology degrees, and curious members and non-members of the Psychological Society of Ireland. The main speaker is Professor Suzanne Guerin who has a lot of experience in research and working with research assistants. Due to the vast areas RA’s are employed in, there will be opportunities for current attendees to ask questions regarding different areas and questions specific to the typical interview and hiring process. 

Presenter bio

Professor Suzanne Guerin is a Professor of Research Design and Analysis and Head of the School of Psychology at University College Dublin (UCD). She teaches in research methods at undergrad and postgrad level; and supervises students on the MPsychSc, MLitt, DPsychSc and PhD programmes. Her research interests cluster under the heading of Applied Health Research and Evaluation and she is involved in the research of intellectual disability, palliative care, and health services research. 

This event is being run by the Early Graduate Group
Event Format: virtual
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