The Race and Opportunity Lab was founded by Principal Investigator Dr. Sean Joe in 2014.

The goal of the Lab is to provide graduate and undergraduate students with opportunities to engage in critical investigation, participate in applied research projects, conduct qualitative and quantitative research, and contribute to manuscript development and submission for publication.

The lab is comprised of undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students.

Graduate and doctoral students serve as research assistants, project coordinators, and program assistants.

The Lab accepts applications on a rolling basis from across the University, including students enrolled in other degree programs and undergraduate study.

The Lab is staffed by the Race and Opportunity Lab Manager and the Associate Director of Community Engagement and Applied Learning.