Tristate Undergraduate Conference
- The TriState Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference is held each year among a circle of colleges and universities in the Tristate area. This is a great opportunity for students to present research projects, attend panels on graduate admissions, meet other students and faculty in Psychology, and attend a talk by a distinguished researcher in psychology.
- UW-Platteville hosted the Tristate Undergraduate Conference in 2016. The event will be held at Coe College in 2017 and Loras College in 2018. See the History of the Tristate Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference for more information.
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROJECTS
Psychology majors taking Behavioral Research II present their projects at the end of the semester in a Symposium. Students can also present research posters at the Tristate Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference in the Fall. In addition, some of our students have travelled to Chicago to present posters at the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) annual meeting in the Spring. Attending a conference is a great opportunity for students to gain valuable experiences important for those interested in attending graduate school.