Dare to DREAM: Now Accepting Applications to Undergraduate Summer Research Program in Psychology and Human Development
The Developmental Research Experiences and Mentorship (DREAM) at Colorado State University is an 8-week full-time immersion program for undergraduates interested in working closely with faculty mentors to gain hands-on experience with many procedural phases of the psychological research process. Throughout this program, students will be involved in the development of research questions and hypotheses, study design, data collection, statistical analysis, data interpretation, and research dissemination.
The program will run from June 15 – August 7, 2020.
All application materials are due by Friday, April 3, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
Research Participant Opportunities
We are always seeking research participants for our studies.
$16,488,485 Current Grant Portfolio
38 Current Research Grants
$3,243,647 FY18 Annual Expenditures
Commitment to Scholarship
Our faculty in the College of Health and Human Sciences are actively engaged in basic and applied research, tackling critical issues on a wide range of human concerns from health and wellness through the life cycle, to educational reform, to sustainable design and housing. As a human-centered college, we are guided by the principle that research should not only contribute to scientific knowledge, but also be translated into programs, policies, and applications that put that knowledge to work. Our faculty members collaborate extensively with colleagues across the college and University and at other universities and agencies. As a student, both graduate and undergraduate, you can take the opportunity to work alongside faculty and participate in life-changing research