We would like to welcome the 2014 Group of SURE Students!
Posted: June 16, 2014
The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) is a summer internship program for undergraduate students who are interested in research in psychology and are currently attending a college or university in the state of Texas. This program provides hands-on training that will make students more competitive for top doctoral training programs. We strongly encourage students from traditionally underrepresented groups to apply. Students who are accepted into the SURE program will be involved in all aspects of the research process, increasing the student’s knowledge about, and enthusiasm for, laboratory and field work in psychology.
- Daniel Avila, a senior at UT Brownsville, interested in social; cognitive; and health psychology. Daniel is working in Dr. Marlone Henderson's lab.
- James Carter, a freshman at Rice, interested in social psychology; race and discrimination; industrial/organizational psychology; and educational psychology. James is working in Dr. James Pennebaker's lab.
- Kiara Sanchez, a sophomore at Rice, interested in developmental psychology with a particular focus on the developmental impacts of poverty as well as development across cultures. Kiara is working in Dr. Rebecca Neal-Beevers's lab.
- Vanesa Lerma, a sophomore at St. Ed's, interested in cognitive and behavioral neuroscience. Vanesa is working in Dr. Joanne Lee's lab.
- Victoria Vento, a junior at UT Brownsville, interested in cognitive psychology. Victoria is working in Dr. Becky Bigler's lab.
- Andrea Baltazar, a sophomore at UTEP, interested in stress and health outcomes, particularly in minority groups. Andrea is working in Dr. Paige Harden's lab.
- Patience Kelly, a junior at Texas State, interseted in neuropsychology; cognition; substance abuse; and memory. Patience is working in Dr. Yvon Delville's lab.