Research Assistant - Seed Grant Project (R. Zhao)

    PennState
    University park, PA
    Part-time

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    JOB DESCRIPTION AND POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

    The School of Engineering is seeking part-time research interns to work under the direction of Dr. Zhao, Dr. Aqlan and Dr. Eaton. Duties will be investigating the research field of education on neurocognitive disorders, especially gaming environments for the purpose of education. Candidate should be familiar with the Unreal game engine for the purpose of creating virtual environments. Existing experience with VR is an asset. Being able to work remotely is required.

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    Posting ID: 558255588Posted: 2020-05-21