Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Research Program

The Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) Undergraduate Research Program offers a wide range of opportunities for undergraduate students to become a member of one of our many research teams. We are looking for applicants with different backgrounds, experiences and interests who want to be part of an inclusive and cooperative research environment. The available volunteer opportunities are listed below for the Fall/Spring semesters. Visit the Summer Undergraduate Research Program for summer opportunities.

Typically, students will spend the first semester getting exposure to their lab, reading relevant papers, shadowing study visits and performing entry-level tasks in the lab. In the second semester, students will have the opportunity to spend more time in the lab and become more involved in projects. Following the first year, students will be eligible to have a research experience or project for credit.

If you would like to be considered for a position, please email Margarita Meza-Whitlach with the following.

Program: Play Lab

Program: Virtual Reality Lab

Program: Virtual Reality Lab

Program: ACT/ACTION Clinics

Program: Early Intervention

Program: Severe Behavior

Program: Emotional Neuroscience Research Lab