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Psychology Honors Presentations

Psychology Honors Program Thesis Proposal Presentations - Monday, December 11, 2017


Spring 2018 Career Expo

Spring 2018 Career Expo - Find full details here.


Please join us in welcoming our newest faculty member, Dr. Valerie Jones Taylor, Assistant Professor in Psychology and Africana Studies


Professor Jessecae Marsh

Dr. Marsh had her research covered by US News and World report in an interesting story about our biases and our health.

Check it out at: "Are Biases Hurting Your Health?"


Are you looking for a summer internship?  Check out some opportunities here.


Congratulations to Dr. Michael Gill who was promoted to Full Professor


Please join us in welcoming our new graduate students starting this fall 2018:  Alysia Cruz, Channing Everidge, Juan Valladares, Laura Wolter, Mengting Zhang and Ziyao Zhang.


The CAS Major Fair has been rescheduled to:  February 19, 2019 - 5:00-8:00 p.m.


The College of Arts and Sciences offers funding to encourage students to engage in independent inquiry, artistic creation, and scholarship under faculty supervision. These grants are intended to enhance opportunities for undergraduate research in the college. Travel, research supplies, and other valid expenses may be reimbursed up to the limit of an individual grant. Grants will normally fall into a range from $100 to $1,500, and, if possible, should be combined with funding from other sources (i.e., from faculty advisors, department chairs, center directors, etc). Research should be completed within one year of receipt of the award. The grant recipient will then submit a brief report on the results of the project to the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs. Previous recipients of the grant will not be considered for additional funds to the limited nature of this grant.  


These grants are designed to increase undergraduate research and creative inquiry in our college.  Students in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences are encouraged to apply. Unfortunately, since award support is limited, students who have received grant support from CAS in prior competitions are ineligible for subsequent awards. Grant applications require a faculty advisor's support and endorsement, so an early step should be a discussion with a faculty member with whom you might wish to work. 

 
The deadline for a Summer/Fall 2019 grant proposal is Monday, April 1, 2019.

Please click this link to read more about this program and access the online application for the CAS Undergraduate Research Grants.  

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