Summer 2013 - 2015 Research Internships in
Hojooba’ bee la’ hooniil, Undergraduate Research into the Social Psychophysiology of Compassion
June 1 - July 30, 2013
Deadline: April 1, 2013
is located at the bottom of this page.)
Admission to the summer program is competitive, with only 6-8 students
accepted per year. Students who will graduate from their undergraduate
institution before or at the end of the spring term are not eligible;
only students who are continuing as undergraduates through summer should apply. The National Science Foundation also requires that
participants be United States citizens or permanent residents of the
United States or its possessions.
Students from undergraduate institutions which have limited opportunities
for research are encouraged to apply. We also encourage applications
from groups that are traditionally under-represented in the psychological
sciences, including ethnic and racial minorities.
- You must
be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident of the U.S.
- You must demonstrate high academic performance.
- Student participants
are expected to devote full-time to their research training and
projects. Students are not allowed to register for additional
classes or have employment during the NAU summer program.
- Submit the following items electronically:
- Online application form.
- A statement
of your interest in doing undergraduate research in the social psychophysiology of compassion in the context of
your career goals. You may type this in Word format and insert into the application form where indicated.
- Submit the following items through standard mail only:
- Copies of academic transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. Official transcripts
will be requested if you are chosen for the program.
- Proof of
measles immunization will be requested once your are accepted into the Summer program.
- Two letters
of reference from professors, advisors, or employers.
Department of Psychology
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ 86011