Undergraduate Research Assistants

Ever wanted learn more about what happens behind the scenes in communication research? Then consider becoming a research assistant in Chronos Laboratory! Typical responsibilities in this role are collecting or designing content for research studies, data entry, and coding video or physiological data. Research assistants can receive academic credit (COMM4998) as members of the lab. Volunteers are also welcome. To apply, contact Dr. Lynch at

Graduate Students

If you are a current OSU graduate student, email Dr. Lynch at to set up an appointment to discuss becoming involved in Chronos Laboratory.

If you are considering applying to the School of Communication as a new graduate student, check here for more information about our program and application deadlines.