Psychology Undergraduates Earn STARs in Research

The Department of Psychological Sciences is excited to congratulate the following students for earning the Student Training for Advancing Research (S.T.A.R.) recognition program. S.T.A.R. is a recognition program created by the Office of Undergraduate Research. If a student earns their S.T.A.R., that means they have completed a series of Undergraduate Research Workshops.

Started in Fall 2020 when many students may not have access to lab or scholarly activity participation, S.T.A.R. provides students a means to learn and take part in activities that will inform and enhance their skills for when they are able to get involved with a lab or scholarly group.

  • Roberto Arcia
  • Bryanna Counts
  • Kevin Cook
  • Anna Hanley
  • Philip Horn
  • Aubree Johnson
  • Natalie Koelling
  • Alicia Mitchell
  • Emily Pestka
  • Emily Schroeder
  • Aidan Wirrick
  • Ashley West
  • Myia Ramos
S.T.A.R. (Student Training for Advancing Research)

Student Training for Advancing Research (S.T.A.R.) is a recognition program created by the Office of Undergraduate Research.