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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 and Presentations, CLICK HERE
Research Courses

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

Using Mixed-Methods Research to Learn About Identity and Advocacy Skills Development Among K12 STEM Educators, October 30, 2019, Dr. Jack Simons

A Narrative Analysis of Negative Alcohol-Related Events Written by Female College Students, Sept. 25, 2019, Dr. Rebecca Trenz

Seamless Integration of a Writing Intensive Program in the Social Work Curriculum, April 22, 2019, Prof. Emily Murphy

Stress as a Cultural Tool in Higher Education, March 21, 2019, Dr. Nadia Ramjit

The Role of School Counselors in Promoting STEM Education & Careers, Feb. 28, 2019, Dr. Jack Simons & Dr. Cynthia Walley

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