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Graduate Assistantships

2021-2022 Academic Year

Graduate Research Assistant, Sport Psychology

This research assistant will aid primarily in research activities for Dr. Eric Martin including (but not limited to) locating, requesting and summarizing research articles, initial data entry, cleaning and analysis, and transcribing interviews. His research focuses on three areas, specifically: (1) resilience development and intervention for both student-athlete and  non-student athlete collegiate populations, (2) athlete activism with a focus on environmental factors that influence engagement, or lack of engagement, in activism, and (3) youth sport with a focus on development and consequences of motivation and passion for sport. Depending on student interest, they might also help with some teaching activities (i.e., grading, in-class activities, etc.). Questions? Contact Dr. Eric Martin at

Graduate Assistant, Kinesiology

This full-time graduate assistant will assist with teaching and/or research duties.  Assignment will be based on faculty need and applicant interests and expertise.  Potential areas include, but are not limited to, exercise physiology, neuromechanics, biomechanics, motor learning, and sport history.  Expected time commitment is 20 hours per week.  For more information, please contact Dr. Shelley Lucas (

Graduate Assistant, Bronco Fit

BroncoFit is a campus-wide initiative to create America’s Healthiest Learning Environment by encouraging Boise State students, faculty and staff to engage in all aspects of health and well-being. BroncoFit is seeking graduate students to join its team in Fall 2021. A general position description can be found here. Questions? Contact Director Holly Levin at

For more information about Kinesiology graduate programs and assistantships, please contact our Graduate Program Coordinator.

Program Coordinator

Dr. Shelley Lucas

Associate Professor, Dept. of Kinesiology

Graduate Program Coordinator, Kinesiology (MSK, MK)