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Research Opportunities

  • Research experience can be a great way to learn more about psychology and to prepare for graduate school.
  • Most Psychology Faculty involve undergraduate students in their research labs.
  • Some exceptional students complete independent projects, while most undergraduates work with graduate students and faculty on existing research projects.  
  • Lab opennings for 2018-19 are found here

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is open to all students who are interested in psychology.  Club members meet regularly on topics of interest (i.e., graduate school, GRE), perform philanthropic tasks, and participate in fund-raising. Students are encouraged to watch the School of Psychology’s bulletin boards to find out about upcoming events. If you are interested in joining or taking a leadership role in the Club, you should attend meetings, contact the faculty sponsor, Dr.%20Mark%20Huff, or learn more on the USM Psychology Club Facebook page.  
 

Psi Chi

Psi Chi is the national honor society for psychology students. Membership is by application only. In order to be eligible, you must have completed at least three semesters of courses (including nine credit hours of psychology) and must be in the top 35% of your class. Check with Dr.%20Nora%20Charles, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Psi Chi faculty sponsor, for more information. You can also visit: PsiChi on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook. Gulf Park students, connect with Dr.%20Kenji%20Noguchi on the Gulf Park Campus (GP Psi Chi Facebook page).