One goal of the COJJP is to increase the number of our undergraduate students participating in research. In general, research increases creativity and critical thinking, develops communication skills (written and oral), and enhances the ability to learn independently and work collaboratively with others in teams. Having research experience is critical when applying for graduate and professional schools and is impressive to prospective employers too. Undergraduate research is already a tradition within the COJJP and among our students as they want to gain these valuable research experiences. Thus, our students apply and participate in Summer Research Opportunities Programs (SROP) at various universities. If you are interested in applying, please review the links below, contact your advisor, and contact the Dean’s Office.
University of Texas
Pamela P. Martin, PhD
College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology
PO Box 519, MS 2301
Prairie View A&M University
Prairie View, TX 77446
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