In addition to their commitment to providing research opportunities for students, the Psychology faculty at Colorado College is also committed to providing students with opportunities to present research. Conference presentations allow students to share their original work, discover the work of others, become socialized in the practices of the field, and develop and refine visual and verbal communication skills. Several of the common avenues for presenting research that are available to Psychology and Neuroscience majors are listed below.
Psychology & Neuroscience Poster Day
A conference-style poster presentation event where thesis students in the Colorado College Department of Psychology present their original work to their peers, the faculty, and the public.
Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum (CSURF)
A conference event with presentation and poster sessions where undergraduates from Colorado College, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and the United States Air Force Academy may present their original work in any field.
Regional & National Conferences
Psychology and Neuroscience majors are encouraged to present their work at regional and national conferences organized by the professional societies representing these fields. Funding from the department or the college is often available to make travel and participation in these events possible.
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