|Current Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Undergraduate students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the methods and standards of psychological research by becoming involved with research conducted in our department and the scientific community. Opportunities also exist to gain experience in applied settings through internships.
If you are interested in gaining experience, check out these lists:
* Note that these lists only include openings submitted by faculty in the department. Several openings may not be listed. Keep an eye out for more opportunities.
The Psychology Honors Program requires students to work closely with faculty conducting an original research project. Students who are not enrolled in the Honors Program can still take courses specifically designed to assist undergraduates in gaining research experience.
Also see faculty interests for qualified faculty members to potentially supervise you.
Once you have found a possible opening, you need to make contact to get started! Recruiting undergraduate research assistants is a common practice. Unless an application says otherwise, go ahead and email the contact person or professor directly.
Department of Psychology, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
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