Dr. Su Yeong Kim, a faculty member in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, College of Natural Sciences, is conducting a research study on Mexican American children and families. Our goal is to understand how children who translate between Spanish and English for their English-limited speaking parents affects children’s academic and socio-emotional development. We are seeking undergraduate research assistants to recruit families over the phone and interview families in-person. We seek students with strong Spanish language skills to be research assistants in our project. Students can receive course credit through HDF 355, a research practicum course, for their work on the project. Non-HDF majors can use HDF 355 as an elective course for their degree plan. We are seeking interviewers for Fall 2012 and beyond. Students with strong Spanish language skills can email Dr. Kim at email@example.com for more information.
Su Yeong Kim, Ph.D.