Social Psychology (6 different labs!) OPEN HOUSE 4/27/21 for Students Interested in Research
Do You Want to Gain Your First Research Experience in a Psychology Lab? Six labs in the Social Psychology program at UNC are recruiting volunteer undergraduate research assistants!
We encourage students with all identities and backgrounds to apply! And no prior research experience is needed.
We will be hosting an optional virtual open house on April 27th at 7:00 PM EST. If you’re
interested in learning more about our research and how to get involved, come hang
Please check out the full informational flyer here, which includes details about ALL SIX LABS : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uAXXiSjHrvofnnp526cwLlfXqFAuPob-uPWQy1BVcu4/edit?usp=sharing
Zoom Link for Open House:
Why do research as an undergraduate?
You get hands-on experience that will open up many new doors to graduate school
or a future job.
You get to learn about science by being a part of a community and becoming a
member of a lab family. Research also gives back to our communities by addressing
important societal issues, to better our lives.
Depending on the lab, both remote and in-person work is possible!
Most positions are voluntary to begin with, but some labs offer opportunities for
work study and/or research course credit in PSYC/NSCI 395, especially after one
semester of work.
Please contact the lab you are interested in the flyer or the “research supervisor” Taylor West at email@example.com
for more information about our Open House event OR research opportunities in social psychology