The Department of Psychology Undergraduate Research Forum is an opportunity for undergraduate students to showcase their research in the field of psychology. The Research Colloquium is a poster session (similar to the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum) that allows students to display and talk about their work with faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students in the Department of Psychology.
If you are interested in other research opportunities, contact the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry.
21st Annual Psychology Undergraduate Research Colloquium
March 26, 2018
Last year, at the Department of Psychology's 20th Annual Undergraduate Research Colloquium, 14 student researchers presented their research in the form of an academic poster session. All psychology students who are involved in research projects are invited to present their research at this colloquium. This includes research projects such as Psychology Theses, Honors Theses, independent research projects, Psychology 4998 experiences, and course research projects (e.g., Psych 4520).
Students had the option of having their posters and presentations judged. The judges are lecturers and graduate students from the Department of Psychology. Amazon gift cards were awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners as prizes.
Check out last year's winners below:
1st Place - Kate Conroy
The relationship between female sexual distress, general distress, and sexual pain among gynecologic cancer survivors
Advised by Dr. Kristen Carpenter
2nd Place - Nicole Puccetti
Age-related differences in mind-wandering: Implications for attentional control
Advised by Dr. Ruchika Prakash
3rd Place - Mia Kern
The effects of emotion regulation on negative affect during a stressful situation
Advised by Dr. Michael Vasey