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The Center for Health Behavior Research provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to become actively involved in research activities.

Student opportunities include volunteer work, independent study and thesis research. 

Volunteer Work
  • working with families on health behavior studies
  • data collection from children and adults
  • data entry
  • journal clubs
  • regular meetings to discuss the latest research

Students interested in research hours or volunteering to help with research activities should contact Dr. Brian Wrotniak by email at

Independent Study

Student opportunities are available through the Center for independent studies. Students interested in an independent study should consult the academic catalog to determine that they meet the requirements for an independent study. If you're eligible, contact Dr. Brian Wrotniak by email at


Master's thesis opportunities are available to graduate students. Students interested in completing a master's thesis should contact Dr. Brian Wrotniak by email at

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