• Postdoctoral Fellowship

    The National Center for Sexual Violence Prevention (https://ncsvp.gsu.edu/) at Georgia State University (GSU) has openings for 1-2 two-year postdoctoral fellowship(s) beginning August 2024 (start date flexible) to work with Dr. Amanda Gilmore. The fellow will work primarily on data analyses, publications, and grant writing on federally funded projects to prevent alcohol use and sexual violence with a focus on health equity. Current grants focus on LGBTQIA+ young adults, military personnel, and college students. Fellows will have dedicated time to
    pursue independent research and/or clinical activities if interested in clinical licensure. Our goal is to identify productive scholars who aims to obtain preparatory training for a career as an independent scientist. Ideal candidates will have a PhD in a related field (e.g., Public Health, Clinical Psychology).

     

    Setting: The National Center for Sexual Violence Prevention (NCSVP) is housed within the Mark Chaffin Center for Healthy Development (https://healthy.gsu.edu/about/), a university-level research center at GSU committed to promoting the health, safety and well-being of children, adults and families through research, service, education, training and advocacy. The MCCHD has a specific focus on health disparities, and we are recruiting an emerging scholar with research interests within health disparities research. Our center includes a Prevention Research Center Focused on Migrant Health (https://news.gsu.edu/2019/03/27/funded-by-3-75-million-grant-georgia-state-to-establish-prevention-research-center-focused-on-migrant-health/) and GSU is among the most diverse colleges and universities in the U.S., and annually graduates more African American students than any other public or nonprofit higher education institution.
     

    Apply: Please send a letter of interest, CV, and 3 representative publications to Dr. Amanda Gilmore (agilmore12@gsu.edu) and Dr. Nicole Mullican (kmullican@gsu.edu).

    Research Coordinators

    The Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) Lab at Georgia State University (GSU) has openings for 1-2 two-year research coordinator(s) with a flexible start date to work with Dr. Amanda Gilmore. Research Coordinators will work primarily on coordinating data collection for federally-funded projects to prevent alcohol use and sexual violence with a focus on health equity. Current grants focus on LGBTQIA+ young adults, military personnel, and college students. Research Coordinators will have dedicated time to scholarly activities to advance their career or to prepare for graduate school applications. Our goal is to identify highly organized individuals with a growth mindset to join our team!

     

    Setting: The National Center for Sexual Violence Prevention (NCSVP) is housed within the Mark ChaffinCenter for Healthy Development (https://healthy.gsu.edu/about/), a university-level research center at GSU committed to promoting the health, safety and well-being of children, adults and families through research, service, education, training and advocacy. The MCCHD has a specific focus on health disparities, and we are recruiting an emerging scholar with research interests within health disparities research. Our center includes a Prevention Research Center Focused on Migrant Health (https://news.gsu.edu/2019/03/27/funded-by-3-75-million-grant-georgia-state-to-establish-prevention-research-center-focused-on-migrant-health/) and GSU is among the most diverse colleges and universities in the U.S., and annually graduates more African American students than any other public or nonprofit higher education institution.

     

    Apply: Please send a letter of interest and CV to Dr. Amanda Gilmore (agilmore12@gsu.edu) and Dr. Nicole Mullican (kmullican@gsu.edu).

    MPH Internship

    We love working with MPH students for their internship! At GSU it's called an APE (Applied Practice Experience), but we can work with students at any university if your university agrees. We offer internships for all semesters: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

     

    Here are the internships we have available with instructions on how to apply:

     

    Our MPH internship focuses on alcohol and sexual violence prevention with research, evidence-based interventions, community-relevant tools, and public health education. The National Center for Sexual Violence Prevention (NCSVP; https://ncsvp.gsu.edu/) strives to prevent sexual violence and interrelated behaviors. We are currently recruiting students for the Social Media NCSVP internship. This internship focuses on a social media campaign to translate research to the community. Skills needed for this internship include basic graphic design ability or interest, knowledge of social media, an interest in translating research findings to the lay community, excellent organizational and communication skills, and a desire to learn more.

     

    We also have an internship with Panthers4Life: We are recruiting MPH students at GSU for an APE focused on community partnerships and mental health. Our program, Panthers4Life, focuses on the prevention and treatment of alcohol use, drug use, sexual assault, and suicide among GSU students. We partner with community organizations and the GSU Counseling Center to provide evidence-based prevention and treatment services. Ideal APE students would have a passion for reducing barriers to mental health treatment for underserved populations, excellent organizational and communication skills, and a desire to learn more. To apply, please send your resume with your MPH GPA and concentration listed as well as a letter of interest to both Dr. Amanda Gilmore (agilmore12@gsu.edu) and Dr. Nicole Mullican (kmullican@gsu.edu).

     

    The deadline to apply for Fall is June 15, Spring is November 1, Summer 2023 is February 15. To apply, please send your resume with your university, MPH GPA, and concentration listed as well as a letter of interest to both Dr. Amanda Gilmore (agilmore12@gsu.edu) and Dr. Nicole Mullican (kmullican@gsu.edu).

     

    Volunteer Research Assistantship

    We offer volunteer research assistantships for undergraduate and graduate levels. If you are interested in working with us as a volunteer research assistant, please email the following to both Dr. Amanda Gilmore (agilmore12@gsu.edu) and Dr. Nicole Mullican (kmullican@gsu.edu):

    • Email indicating why you are specifically interested in working with the National Center for Sexual Violence Prevention (NCSVP) or the Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) lab
    • Your CV with your GPA included and any previous research experience or relevant experience (e.g., volunteer at a rape crisis center or suicide hotline) bolded

     

    PhD Student

    Dr. Gilmore is not accepting PhD applicants to start in Fall 2024.