Haslerud Undergraduate Research Conference
The Department of Psychology annually sponsors the George M. Haslerud Undergraduate Research Conference in the spring. Undergraduates are invited to submit empirical or theoretical papers for presentation at the conference. Contact the department's academic counselor for more information.
2012 Haslerud conference participants
2011 Haslerud conference participants
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Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research
UNH's Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research provides the resources and financial support for the research, scholarly, and creative projects of UNH students. From investigating the effects of brain lesions on motor sequence learning to composing music for a dance concert to studying post-traumatic stress after World War I, each year students from all fields of study receive grants to embark on their own explorations. The Center also supports international undergraduate research and helps students share their research findings widely, within and beyond the University.
Psychology major Kelly Bailey won an IROP grant. She traveled to London where she researched the perceptions of shell shock in World War I Britain.
To read more about the Center's programs, including the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) and the International Research Opportunities Program (IROP), visit their website.
Learn more about the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research.