Summer Scholar Program
The Summer Scholar Program at Roanoke College enables qualified students to conduct independent research for eight to twelve weeks during the summer. Students receive tuition, on-campus housing, and a stipend of $2500. Application procedures and deadlines are published every spring and are available from your Psychology advisor. Psychology majors have participated in the Summer Scholar Program almost every year since its beginning in 1994!
Past Summer Scholar Projects:
Because It Makes Me Feel Good: Examining the Role of Oxytocin in the Failure to Address Techno-Interruptions
Jessica Gladfelter | Dr. Denise Friedman
The Relationship Between Social Value Orientation and Cognition as Measured by an Implicit Association Test
Megan N. Poore | Dr. Mary Camac
In all Fairness: A Psychological Overview of Justice and Fairness
Tony Georgetti | Dr. Mary Camac
Physical and Relational Aggression: Social Information Processing Deficits or Psychopathology?
Megan Hemp | Dr. Jan Lynch
Four Roanoke College students present projects at MAD-RUSH conference