Opportunities

Undergraduate Students

We are not accepting undergraduate students at this moment.

The Aging and Diversity Lab offers opportunities for undergraduate research experience. Students will work with Dr. Schwingel and graduate students in the lab to complete various health and wellbeing related research projects. Tasks include, but are not limited to, literature review, data collection and interview transcription, data analysis, manuscript writing, among others. Undergraduate research assistants are asked to attend the weekly lab meetings. Course credit for undergraduate research will be determined by Dr. Schwingel and the amount of research assistance needed. Interested students should email adl@ahs.illinois.edu.

Graduate Students

The Aging and Diversity Lab offers research experience opportunities for graduates looking to receive their MPH, MS or PhD in Community Health or a related field. Graduate students are advised by Dr. Schwingel and work with other graduate students in the lab to complete various health and wellbeing related research projects. Graduate students are asked to attend and present at the weekly lab meetings. Interested students should email Dr. Schwingel at andiara@illinois.edu. The Aging and Diversity Lab welcomes the participation of visiting scholars. In the past, we have hosted international visiting scholars from Brazil, Spain, China, and others. If you are interested in joining the lab as a visiting scholar, please email Dr. Schwingel at andiara@illinois.edu to receive more information. View specific information relative to the graduate program in Community Health and online application information.

Visiting Scholars

The Aging and Diversity Lab welcomes the participation of visiting scholars. In the past, we have hosted international visiting scholars from Brazil, Spain, China, and others. If you are interested in joining the lab as a visiting scholar, please email Dr. Schwingel at andiara@illinois.edu to receive more information.