Updated October 23, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our lab has suspended all in-person research activity for the foreseeable future. However, we do have some studies for adults running in virtual formats. This decision follows guidelines put in place by the University of Wisconsin and the state of Wisconsin to assure that all our participants and lab members stay safe and healthy during this time. Additionally, since all our lab personnel are working from home, response times for emails and voicemails may be longer than usual.
We are currently running studies with adults for our MSI and fractions projects. If you are interested in participating in these and are an undergrad at UW Madison, please sign up to participate through the Ed Psych SONA. On SONA, our studies are titled M.A.R.P. Part 1, Line Operations/Line Relations, Complex MSI WM/Complex MAWM, and Sensory Experiences.
If you are interested in participating in these studies, but are not a UW-Madison student, please email our lab (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can get you in contact with the correct project leader who can provide further information on your participation eligibility.
We are not currently recruiting kids for any of our projects, however, we are recruiting pre-schools who are interested in participating in a drama intervention program. If you know of a pre-school or are currently working for a pre-school that would be interested in participating in this, please see the Learning through Play tab for more information.
Lab Contact Information
Lab Email: email@example.com
Lab Phone Number: (608) 263-4011
Dr. Edward Hubbard
Educational Sciences, Suite 1075
Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational Sciences Building
1025 W. Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53706
Office: (608) 265-2607
Lab: (608) 262-4475
Parking: Visitors should park in the Grainger Hall Garage (lot 7). The parking entrance can be found on North Brooks Street and is indicated by the letter P on the map. Participants will receive vouchers to present to parking attendant to cover parking payments. Metered parking is available on North Brooks Street and North Mills Street and is free on weekdays after 6 p.m. and on weekends.
Parking: Visitors should enter the North Parking Lot (lot 82) and park in stalls outlined in blue labeled “Waisman Client & Visitor Parking Only.” Upon parking, make your way to the front lobby of the building (the north tower), where a research assistant will be waiting with a parking permit for you to hang on your rear view mirror. After 4:30 p.m. or on the weekends, a parking permit is not required unless you are parking in a handicapped-parking stall.