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Undergraduate Social Media/Content Specialist for Nutrition Lab

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The Focused on Reducing Excessive Eating (F.R.E.E.) Lab is a research lab that conducts mixed-methods research (including quantitative and qualitative approaches) to elucidate the mechanisms influencing the eating behaviors of underserved populations and to pilot interventions for treating binge eating and obesity.

We are currently seeking an undergraduate research assistant with experience in creating engaging content on various social media platforms, including Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. In this role, you will collaborate with the research team to transform content ideas into videos, images, infographics, and text captions suitable for each of our social media platforms. You will also assist the research team in developing and implementing a content calendar. Undergraduate research assistants are expected to commit to 5-15 hours per week and participate in weekly lab meetings.

To apply, please download the application from this link. Once completed, submit your application, resume, or curriculum vitae to Mr. Julian Robles at Additionally, copy the LIVING FREE Lab at For priority consideration, please ensure your application is submitted by 11:59 pm on Sunday, August 27th, 2023.

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Dr. Rachel Goode
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Dr. Rachel Goode
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