The GRAY Research Lab at the University of Montana

About the GRAY Research Lab

Dr. Jacquie Brown and her students are excited that you are interested in learning more about the work we do with school-age children. Our lab focuses primarily on grief and resilience in students, with a broader focus on crisis prevention and intervention. Our projects aim to address how to best support school-age children, families, teachers, and school psychologists. We are passionate about ensuring that our research informs practice and benefits individuals both within and outside of the school setting.

Interested in being a member of the GRAY lab?

If you are a psychology major and are interested in being an undergraduate research assistant within the lab, please email Dr. Brown.

Dr. Brown will be accepting one doctoral student to work with her in the 2019-2020 academic year. Applicants with an interest in school-based crisis prevention and intervention, bereavement, and resilience, are especially encouraged to apply.

The PhD Program in School Psychology is now fully accredited by the American Psychological Association. See the press release .