Department of Psychology

Undergraduate Research Involvement

The social psychology program offers exciting opportunities for undergraduate students to become involved in faculty research. Undergraduates (usually psychology majors) are actively involved in the research process and obtain valuable firsthand knowledge of and experience with all facets of social psychological research.

Undergraduate research experience is a great opportunity for students who may be interested in pursuing graduate school in a number of different areas of psychology. Although the research topics will clearly focus on the interests of the social psychology faculty, the experience students receive from their involvement in such research represents an important criterion that graduate programs in all areas of psychology value.

The social psychology program is looking for bright and motivated students to contribute to the variety of exciting research projects that are being conducted each semester. If you are interested in getting involved in social psychological research, or if you would just like more information about the details of current research projects, please feel free to contact us by clicking on the following web links:

Dr. Andrew Geers
Dr. Jason Rose

Last Updated: 1/31/19