New research from the Department of Psychology’s Nick D. Ungson and his Social Identity and Group Processes Lab examines how individuals responded to the stress of the global Covid-19 pandemic and the factors that predict resilience.
Internships, research and field trips help solidify your interest and the things you learn you learn in class.
Student clubs and activities, events, seminars and study abroad programs are all essential to helping you see problems and create solutions. Bond with students who share similar passions. Hear from experts with real-world experience in your field. Get to know faculty in a whole new light. Explore a new city or culture. Wherever you want your career to go, what you learn beyond our classrooms can help get you there.
John Yore ’23 discovers music is “a universal language” during music therapy internship in Barcelona, Spain.
Many experimental psychology studies involving animals make use of expensive equipment designed to produce small electrical stimuli to investigate various responses. In collaboration with the psychology department, two physics students have been building an alternative device using inexpensive open-source processing boards to accomplish the same effect.