1. Research Participants: If you are interested in participating in any of our ongoing studies or learning more about our research, please contact us at dpqoluiuc@outlook.com
  2. Graduate Students: Interested in being part of our research team? We provide graduate research opportunities for students who are interested in pursuing PhD or Master’s degrees in Kinesiology or Community Health. Students get the chance to design their own studies and work with Dr. Rice to achieve academic success. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Rice at ricela@illinois.edu.
  3. Undergraduate students: We offer research opportunities to undergraduate students who are interested in learning more about research and supporting the health and well-being of individuals with disabilities. Undergraduate students can also receive course credit for work in the lab. 

    If you are interested in applying for a position, please complete either application:

    Summer 2022 Semester

    Fall 2022 Semester

    Undergraduates will be expected to work approximately 5 hours per week in the laboratory. The position is unpaid, but students may receive course credit for their work. Applications will be accepted for Spring 2022 until Nov. 15th. Students will be notified of results by December 1, 2021.