College of Science and Health > Academics > Psychology > Research > Undergraduate Research
There are many opportunities to engage in research as an undergraduate student in Psychology at DePaul University. Below are a few resources to help you get started on your search. We also invite you to contact your advisor in Psychology for additional information about how to locate research opportunities at DePaul.
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DUOS is a student-based research opportunity blending energy and skills between doctoral graduate and undergraduate programs in Psychology in the College of Science and Health (CSH) at DePaul University. This program enables DePaul undergraduates to do research or other creative activities with the guidance of a graduate student mentor. Either the graduate or undergraduate student may initiate applications, but together these students will have intellectual ownership of their scholarship. Applications to DUOS are open to any undergraduate student and any doctoral student meeting the minimal program application academic requirements.
The faculty of the College of Science and Health view research as an integral part of each student's academic preparation at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Consequently, the college provides many on-campus research opportunities for students. It is also assists students in obtaining internships throughout the Chicago area. For More InformationHere you'll find more access to information about research options and support for both undergraduate and graduate students, including the college's peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal DePaul Discoveries. Contact UsYou may also schedule an appointment with the college's Office of Advising and Student Services to talk about how to explore research opportunities by either calling 773-325-8490 or emailing CSHAdvising@depaul.edu.