Date published: 2/2/2015

Underrepresented Graduate Students in Psychology (UGSP) is organizing a "Speed Data-ing" event, co-hosted by Psi Chi, where undergraduates can learn about different research opportunities in the Psychology Department and ways to get involved. March 4th, 6:00-7:30 pm, Franz 3534

Are you looking for research experience in Psychology?

Underrepresented Graduate Students in Psychology (UGSP) is organizing a "Speed Data-ing" event, co-hosted by Psi Chi, where undergraduates can learn about different research opportunities in the Psychology Department and ways to get involved. 

March 4th, 6:00-7:30 pm, Franz 3534  Drinks and Snacks Provided

Please bring a copy of your resume!

The event will be structured like speed dating, where research project representatives sit with a small group of undergraduates to discuss the project and your potential responsibilities.  After a few minutes, the bell rings and you will rotate to the next table to learn about another research project.  Following the "Speed Data-ing," undergraduates will have an opportunity to ask more questions and submit contact forms to apply to work with specific labs or graduate students on a research project(s) starting Spring quarter.

 

Getting hands-on involvement in research is an important experience for students interested in psychology and an amazing resume booster.  If you're thinking about applying to graduate school in the future, research experience is essential.  It's also a great way to see if you enjoy the research process, get independent work experience, make professional connections, and challenge yourself.

 

Please RSVP to Christine Moody at christinemoody@ucla.edu if you plan to attend.  Walk-ins are also welcome!

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Undergraduate