Research in Psychology

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN PSYCHOLOGY

Undergraduate Research Labs 

Research in Psychology—391/392-Form 

Advanced Research in Psychology—495/496-Form

For students interested in doing regular or advance research in Psychology (391/392 or 395/396), please send completed and signed forms to Dianne McMillion for a special permission number: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All research forms need to be signed by student and faculty research advisor.  Please note that if the advisor is outside of the Psychology Dept, a faculty member of the Psych Dept will need to co-sign.

 

HONORS THESIS PROGRAM

Honors Research in Psychology-- 497:H/498:H/490:H-Form

For students interested in the Psychology Honors Thesis Program (497:H/498:H/490:H).  This program is open to Psychology majors in their senior year and it involves two semesters of honors research (typically fall/spring with exceptions for off-cycle spring/fall).   Must have a minimum of a 3.4 gpa in psych and a 3.0 gpa overall.

Students accepted into the program will register for 497:H1 honors research for 3 credits and attend the 490:H1 honors seminar in the fall semester, also for 3 credits.  In the spring, students will take the second part of the honors research (498:H) for 3 credits. 

For approval into the Honors Program, students must submit an honors proposal (see details with honors form) with a completed and signed honors application form and a copy of an unofficial transcript to Cremilde Roman: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The deadline for submitting the honors proposal and application form is no later than the first week of fall classes! 

 

The Dorothy and David Cooper Scholarship  Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship