Opportunities exist for qualified undergraduates to work in the APAL as research assistants. Students can participate in many phases of research, from the design and assembly of apparatus to data collection to data analysis and manuscript preparation, to presentations at scientific meetings and conferences. Undergraduate research can be done on a volunteer basis, or for course credit. Many of our undergraduate research assistants have received financial support for their work through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). The main avenue for undergraduates to enter the lab will be through the Honors Program in the School of Kinesiology. However, qualified students from any background or program are welcome. Interested students should contact Dr. Stoffregen.