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Post-doctoral and Student Involvement
The Center employs bachelor, master and PhD students. Currently, students have been presenting their research information at the Rocky Mountain ASB, and the UNO Research and Creativity Fair!
There are always opportunities to get involved with the Center and its projects. Interested collaborators, post-doctoral research fellows, and graduate students should contact Dr. Nick Stergiou by email.
Interested participants should contact by phone 402.554.3228 or email email@example.com to inquire about inclusion criteria. Please specify if you know which project you would like to participate in.
Volunteers and Internships
The Center prefers its volunteers and interns to be pursuing a career in biomechanics, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or attending medical school or graduate school.
Volunteers are assigned to one of the project directors and will perform activities based on the interest of the volunteer and the need of the project.
Why become a member of the Center?
- 89% of members feel they have a strong trust with their supervisor
- 75% of members feel an interpersonal connectedness in the workplace setting
- 83% of members have self-efficacy in the workplace setting
- 78% of members are satisfied with their job duties
- 78% of members feel their technical skills have improved
- 89% of members feel their current position will open more carreer opportunities than others in the same academic program, not working in a research field
- 61% of members feel their position has helped them determine a career path
- 75% of members feel there is strong support above and beyond their supervisor
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