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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

At the T. Denny School of Social and Family Dynamics, research isn’t just for faculty and graduate students. Gain experience, form professional connections, and work with faculty mentors on work you believe in. Students can assist in research with current faculty and gain experience and course credit!

What is undergraduate research?

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Students can assist in research with current faculty and gain experience and course credit!

Gain valuable experience while also receiving course credit by working with our faculty on a variety of research projects. Many research opportunities are available in the Sanford School for undergraduate students, even if you are not one of our majors. Some of our qualifying courses are FAS 390 (supervised research experience), and FAS or SOC 499 (individualized instruction).

Contact our active research faculty to explore options for engaging in undergraduate research.

Coordinator of Undergraduate Student Engagement

Stacie Foster
stacie.foster@asu.edu

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Tracy Spinrad
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Marilyn Thompson
Professor
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Monica Tsethlikai
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Kimberly Updegraff
Professor
 
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Carlos Valiente
Professor
 
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Rebecca M. B. White
Associate Professor
 
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Natalie Wilkens
Associate Professor
 
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