Psychology Undergraduate Research Fund 309961 - University of Michigan
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Psychology Undergraduate Research Fund

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Thank you to our generous Giving Blueday donors:
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Christopher Monk
Joseph O'Hara
Randi Rabinowitz
Patricia Reuter-Lorenz
Shelly Schreier
Karen Tullai
Oscar Ybarra
Laura Zahodne

Well over 500 Psychology undergraduate students engage in research projects with faculty every year and many report that doing research was one of the most valuable experiences during their undergraduate years. Contributions to the Undergraduate Student Research Fund will help support these projects and prepare our students for their future endeavors.

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Description

This fund supports undergraduate research experiences, which is a major cornerstone of our curriculum, helping our talented students compete for elite graduate programs and jobs in industry.

What do gifts support?

Contributions to the undergraduate research fund will help cover summer internships, research supplies, travel to research sites, attendance at scientific meetings, scientific poster and publication costs and other costs associated with cutting-edge research.

Why are donations necessary?

Your gift will have a real impact on the opportunities for scientific discovery that we can offer to our undergraduate students. Your generous support will help our students build their research skills and improve their readiness for competitive graduate programs, jobs in industry and other professional career paths.