This program is designed to give Temple undergraduate students from populations underrepresented in psychology and neuroscience paid summer research experience, individualized mentoring, and professional development opportunities. The summer training will allow for students to determine if they’re interested in research and provide them with experiential learning and skill development that will translate into a variety of post graduation opportunities. Networking opportunities and career development workshops will increase the likelihood students get the job or postgraduate training that they desire.
Who Should Apply?
Temple students who have not had the opportunity for research experience before entering their last year of undergraduate training. This program is designed for students who are traditionally underrepresented in psychology and neuroscience because of their racial or ethnic group and/or disadvantaged background and for students with disabilities. Eligibility is based on the NIH Guidelines for underrepresented populations.