Undergraduate students in psychology and relevant fields with interest in Social-Ecological psychology research are always welcome to inquire about opportunities to get involved with our research. We accept undergraduate Research Assistant positions for credit, and are open to supervising independent studies and honors thesis projects under supervision of our faculty and graduate students.
Students interested in working with Professor Marsh at the Storrs or Hartford campus for Psychology or Cognitive Science course credit can contact Kerry.L.Marsh@uconn.edu directly, or contact her graduate student/RA supervisor Cassidy.Burt@uconn.edu.
Students interested in working with Prof. Paxton at the Storrs campus for Psychology or Cognitive Science course credit should contact Alexandra.Paxton@uconn.edu directly.
Prospective graduate students interested in applying to work with SEE Lab faculty should contact faculty directly for openings in the upcoming application cycle.