Undergraduate Research in Psychology of Health Disparities

Filed under Academic & Research, Opportunities on November 5, 2017.
DR. CAROLYN M. TUCKER INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR UNPAID UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH TRAINEES FOR HER SPRING 2018 COURSE ENTITLED “UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY OF HEALTH DISPARITIES” (PCO 4911)
Students accepted into this course will participate in interactive and experiential instruction and training regarding various aspects of conducting community-based and community-participatory health disparity research focusing on (a) developing and testing culturally sensitive, evidence-based health promotion interventions targeting overweight/obesity and related health conditions and diseases in racial/ethnic minority and low-income communities and (b) patient-centered, culturally sensitive health care delivery in clinical settings.
To obtain an application or more information, please email bmedras@gmail.com.
Note: Students accepted into the course must be able to meet on Wednesdays during 10th period (5:10 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.).

Dr. Carolyn M. Tucker invites applications for unpaid undergraduate research trainees for her Spring 2018 course entitled, “Undergraduate Research in Psychology of Health Disparities” (PCO 4911).

Students accepted into this course will participate in interactive and experiential instruction and training regarding various aspects of conducting community-based and community-participatory health disparity research focusing on (a) developing and testing culturally sensitive, evidence-based health promotion interventions targeting overweight/obesity and related health conditions and diseases in racial/ethnic minority and low-income communities and (b) patient-centered, culturally sensitive health care delivery in clinical settings.

To obtain an application or more information, please email bmedras@gmail.com.

Note: Students accepted into the course must be able to meet on Wednesdays during 10th period (5:10 p.m. – 6 p.m.).