As an undergraduate in Psychology, students will have the opportunity to engage within the classroom, conduct research with top faculty in the field, and expand their educational experience into the community. Students should make the most of their degree by GETTING INVOLVED!
Learn various tips on what is needed to have a successful undergraduate career.
There were four Psychology students awarded the Kamerschen-Pearson Freshman Scholarship. Congratulations to Mackenzi Jankowics, Makaila Mullin, Hannah Schultheiss, and Grace MacDonald. The 2017 awards were for academic and experiential learning during the freshman year. Congratulations!
113 Bessey Hall October 22, 6:00 PM — 7:00 PM
Intended for students who currently hold roles as undergraduate researchers, this panel discussion provides insight and suggestions on how to manage common challenges and problems. How can you establish an impactful working relationship with your supervisor? How do you manage to balance your academic, personal, and research responsibilities? How can you optimize your relationship with your faculty mentor? A panel of undergraduate researcher ambassadors will share their experiences and ideas.
203 Bessey Hall 6:15-7:15 PM
Achieve academic success by moving beyond basic planners and calendars; learn how adding a few simple time management techniques to your routine can significantly improve your academic performance and reduce the anxiety that comes with procrastination.
Undergraduate Psychology Advising Center
Department of Psychology
Michigan State University
316 Physics Rm 100
East Lansing, MI 48824-1116
Director of Undergraduate Program
Dr. Mark Becker