The research studies listed here require the involvement of community participants. All studies are conducted by Wichita State University Researchers. These studies have been reviewed and approved by the Institutional Review Board in order to assure that the rights and welfare of subjects who participate in research conducted by WSU faculty, staff and students are protected and that the University is in compliance with federal requirements (Title 45 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 46).
If you are a WSU researcher seeking study participants, contact the IRB administrator by email or phone at 978-6922.
Monitor Configuration Evaluation
Participants aged 18‐55 are needed to help the Software Usability Research Lab investigate how people use different monitor configurations for typical office tasks. If you are interested, please take a few minutes to take the screening survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WSUComputingStudy. If you qualify, you will be contacted to schedule a time to participate. The study takes place at the WSU main campus, and lasts approximately 60‐120 minutes. Participants in the study will earn $100 for their time. Questions can be directed to Amanda Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 316‐978‐3849 or Barbara Chaparro at 316‐978‐3683.
Souvenirs of War: Vietnam and the Combat Snapshot
WSU Communication Researcher Seeks Vietnam Veterans for Study Dr. Jennifer Tiernan, assistant professor in the Elliott School of Communication, is seeking Vietnam Veterans to participate in a study about snapshot photos taken by Vietnam veterans and support staff during their time in Vietnam. Please contact Dr. Tiernan via email at Jennifer.email@example.com or telephone at 316-978-6080 if you are interested in participating or have questions about the study.