Job opportunity: Research Assistant, RIT/NTID

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We are recruiting a Research Assistant to work in the deaf x lab and the newly created SPaCE Center at RIT/NTID. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelors degree in Psychology, Neuroscience, Linguistics or a related field, and be able to communicate in ASL (and spoken or written English). Experience with EEG, eye tracking, and/or computer programming (Psychtoolbox, Python, R) a definite advantage.

This is position is ideal for someone who wants to work for a few years before applying to grad school for a PhD. The deaf x lab and the SPaCE Center provide safe, accessible environments in which young researchers can learn, make mistakes, and grow. We advocate for full accessibility for deaf and hard-of-hearing staff and students, and promote Open Science practices. Come join us!

Applications can be submitted at by clicking on Staff Positions and searching for position 4532BR. Questions can be addressed to Dr. Matt Dye (, Dr. Rain Bosworth (, or Dr. Geo Kartheiser (

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