Thank you for your interest in the Emerging Scholars Program! This program provides students with a unique year-long opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge gained from courses at UMass Lowell to a faculty member's on-going research. Students who participate gain valuable research experience and build on their classroom learning.
Student application deadline EXTENDED to Tuesday, March 21 at midnight!
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016-2017 Partnership Projects
The CWW takes pleasure in sponsoring such innovative projects within an array of disciplines. The 2016-2017 partnership projects include:
- Adoption and Foster Care: Experiences and Attitudes
- Doreen Arcus, Associate Professor of Psychology
- Maria Borrero, Psychology
- Sentiment Analysis, Party Politics, and Presidential Primaries
- John Cluverius, Assistant Professor of Political Science
- John Nyarko, Political Science and Economics
- Through Their Eyes: Understanding the Transition to College
- Judith Davidson, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education
- Patrice Faith Olivar, Psychology
- The Contradictions of Place: Lowell, Massachusetts as Consumer of Slave-produced Cotton and as a Leading City in the Struggle to End Slavery
- Robert Forrant, Professor of History
- Emily Yunes, History
- The Musical Playground
- Elissa Johnson-Green, Assistant Professor of Music
- Tyler McMillan, Music Studies
- The Realities of LGBT Asylum: From Institutional Approaches to Individual Experiences
- Cheryl Llewelyn, Assistant Professor of Sociology
- David Rodriguez, Sociology and Psychology
- Examining the Nature of Learning Difficulties in Children through Eye-Tracking Technology
- Richard Serna, Associate Professor of Psychology
- Lauren Keisling, Exercise Physiology (Psychology minor)
- Shooting for Inclusion: Photovoice Project
- Jana Sladkova, Associate Professor of Psychology
- Pisey Hok, Psychology
- How Can Cognitive Psychologists Use Scientific Outreach to Help Teachers and Students?
- Yana Weinstein, Assistant Professor of Psychology
- Syeda Nizami, English and Psychology