The Schumacher Lab may accept graduate students for the 2017-2018 academic year. See the “Graduate Students” section below for more information.
The Schumacher lab has positions for post-docs, graduate students, undergraduate students, and research assistants. Click on the position that interests you for more information.
We currently do not have any open Post-Doc positions. For information about our research or other questions about the lab, contact Dr. Schumacher here by email or by phone.
Prospective graduate students can apply for admission to the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Psychology PhD program through the Georgia Tech Graduate Admissions Portal. Georgia Tech uses the CollegeNet application hosting website for all of its graduate applications. Students interested in joining the Schumacher lab should include Dr. Schumacher on the section for professors you would be interested in working with. Applications for the 2016-2017 academic year are due January 1!.
In addition to filling out the application, the School of Psychology page for Prospective Graduate Students has information on admissions requirements and financial aid. You can also view the 2013 School of Psychology Student Handbook to get a sense of the courses and and other degree requirements for the Cognition and Brain Science and other areas of the School of Psychology. We also encourage you to contact Dr. Schumacher or our graduate students if you have questions about our lab, our graduate program, or graduate school in general.
Undergraduate Students and Research Assistants
Prospective undergraduate researchers, research assistants, and lab technicians can apply to work in the lab for course credit or for pay by emailing Dr. Schumacher. For general information about our research or other questions about the lab, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email one of us directly from our Staff pages.