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SSBS Faculty & Student Research
Gain Research Experience

Work closely with faculty to gain research experience

  • To learn about faculty research projects, CLICK HERE.
  • To see a list of Faculty Research Publications & Presentations, CLICK HERE.

The directed research course in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences provides a hands-on research experience for students where students work in small groups with a faculty mentor to conduct original research on the faculty member’s research project.   To learn more, CLICK HERE.

The Brown Bag Research Seminar

The Benefits of Dialogue, Dec. 13, 2018, Dr. Julia Zavala

Sex Worker Serial Homicides: Profiling the Crime Scene and Linking Series, Nov. 14, 2018, Dr. Marina Sorochinski

The Development of a New Evidence Based Intervention for Homeless Individuals and Families: A State-Wide Pilot Study in Connecticut, Oct. 18, 2018, Prof. Carolyn Hanesworth

School Experiences and Coping: A Qualitative Study with Transgender People of Color, March 5, 2018, Dr. Jack Simons

Don’t Worry, Be Messy: Workspace Clutter Does Not Influence Creativity and Attention, Feb. 22, 2018, Dr. Alberto Manzi

College Women at Risk: SES, Ethnicity, Mental Health, and Alcohol Use, Oct. 26, 2017, Dr. Rebecca Trenz

Sexual and Gender Identity Development: Advocacy Matters Under Review, Feb. 7, 2017, Dr. Jack Simons