The Context Lab

The Context Lab is seeking DIS students for the Fall 2024 Semester! Our primary research focus is completing secondary analysis on contextual variables of achievement outcomes among BIPOC youth. Students will be responsible for assisting in literature reviews, annotated bibliographies, presentations, and data collection. Our lab is affiliated with Florida Reading Research, Center for Population Science and Health Equity(C-PSHE), and Center for Research on People of Color at Columbia University.

Interested applicants must have completed Research Methods and Child Psychology, maintain a 3.0 or higher, and be able to dedicate 3 credit hours each semester.

Interested applicants should email an unofficial transcript and CV/resume to Ashley Ige: 

Faculty Mentor(s)
Research Area

Exploring the intersection of environment, genetics, and context, and their impact on academic achievement, physical health, and mental health development.