Through the project and thesis options, graduate students have the opportunity to carry out their own research under faculty supervision. Over the years, our students have had the opportunity to complete many exciting research projects, some of which they have been able to present at regional and national conferences. View Graduate Research (pdf) to see a list of Master's theses completed by students in our Community Social Psychology Master's program.
Our undergraduate students have the opportunity to participate in research with department faculty. Psychology undergraduates have presented research at various colloquia and symposia as well as at regional and national conferences. In addition, they have published papers with department faculty in scholarly journals. View Undergraduate Research (pdf) to see some examples of their contributions.
The Emerging Scholars Program matches qualified rising juniors and seniors in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences with an experienced faculty partner to participate in cutting edge research. The Center for Women & Work partners with FAHSS, read more.