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Internal Resources

Below are a few links to internal research opportunities for undergraduate students. We invite you to set up an advising appointment with our Assistant Director of Undergraduate Research so we can assist you with navigating the process of finding and applying for research experiences.

The McNair Scholars Program prepares selected undergraduate students from low-income and/or first-generation college families, or who are members of underrepresented groups, for future doctoral study and faculty careers. It is a challenging program that provides opportunities for undergraduate research and faculty mentoring along with intensive advising and assistance with the graduate school admission process.
The Arnold Mitchem Fellows Program, named after Arnold L. Mitchem, PhD, is a DePaul University program designed to prepare sophomore status undergraduates from backgrounds underrepresented in higher education who possess excellent academic records and a commitment to complete a graduate degree for doctoral study and entrance to academic careers. Aligned with the McNair Scholars Program and connected to pre-college partnership and pathway programs for Chicago schools managed by the Center for Access and Attainment, Mitchem Fellows serves students beginning in the sophomore year.
Faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students at DePaul are active in psychological research. To learn more about how to find research opportunities within psychology and the psychology department at DePaul, please visit the Department of Psychology website.
Located within DePaul’s Career Center, Handshake is DePaul’s online hub for job and internship listings, career fair and event registration, mentor connections and more. Many external research jobs and internships are located in Handshake. Login to Handshake with your Campus Connect username and password.
The Illinois Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is a consortium of more than 15 Illinois community colleges, universities, and research institutions collaborating to provide programs to improve the quality of science, mathematics, engineering and technology education (STEM) for underrepresented minority students.