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Students and Volunteers in the Chicago or Seattle Area

If you are a student or postbaccalaureate seeking research experience on our Chicago or Seattle-based projects, please contact our research team at Volunteer research assistants are encouraged to commit at least 4 hours per week. Research assistants provide support to ongoing projects, including aiding in recruitment, transcription, data collection, literature searches, and IRB paperwork. We endeavor to provide an enriching research experience to volunteers who are preparing for graduate school, and our volunteers frequently participate in conference presentations and scholarship.

People with Lived Experience of Homelessness

The HARC Lab encourages people who have experienced homelessness to join our team. We aim to conduct work that is important to those affected by homelessness, so including voices of those with lived experiences is important to us. If you are interested in learning about opportunities to join our team, please contact Dr. Molly Brown by email at, or by phone at 773-325-7148.

Community Organizations

The HARC Lab welcomes research partnerships with community organizations. Currently, we are working on various research projects, including program evaluation and consultation. If you would like to discuss a potential partnership, please contact Dr. Molly Brown by email at, or by phone at 773-325-7148.

Prospective Doctoral Students

Learn about the Clinical-Community Psychology Ph.D. program at DePaul University here, and about admissions requirements here. Prospective students are welcome to contact Dr. Brown in the fall to inquire whether she is taking students for the 2019-2020 academic year.