Get Involved

Conduct Research

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Undergraduate research is a great way to build your resume and get valuable hands-on experience.


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Join A Club or Society

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Become an active member in our clubs and honor societies. It's a great way to meet more people.


Volunteer with Community Engagement and Service

Students have many volunteer opportunities to get involved in community outreach.


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What can you learn through work? Psychology offers many internship opportunities

Study Abroad

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Whether you take trips led by faculty, travel to field schools, or study at colleges or universities overseas, the Psychology Department strongly supports study abroad and study away.

Awards and Scholarships

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It’s never too early to start building your resume. Review our list of awards, their requirements and deadlines.


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The Center for Psychological Inquiry (CPI) provides undergraduate students with resources to assist them in their coursework, learn about opportunities in the department as well as direct students to appropriate resources for exploring career opportunities that await psychology majors, including applying to graduate school

Work with faculty

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The Undergraduate Associate Program (offered through the Bernard B. Rinela, Jr. Learning Center) gives students the opportunity to work closely with a Miami University faculty member to assist with some of his/her academic and professional responsibilities