Our Clinical-Community track offers opportunities for students to gain experience in community action initiatives. Students involved in the Clinical-Community concentration design and implement a variety of projects that involve research and action. Students typically disseminate the results of their findings in academic journals, at professional conferences, and community forums.
Clinical-Community Group Projects
Group projects generally take place in the context of Advanced Teams, Community Research Group, or Independent Study. You will notice that much of the research conducted by the Community Research Group is integrated with community-level interventions.
Group Projects: Past Examples
Clinical-Community Individual Projects
All students conduct independent research projects, namely theses, preliminary projects, and dissertations. In addition individual clinical practicum opportunities often provide students with the opportunity to implement action-research projects. Below you will find examples of basic and applied projects that have been conducted by individual students from the Community Research group.
Current Students: Individual Research
Resent Clinical-Community Graduates: Individual Research
These are examples of individual research projects that recent clinical-community psychology graduates conducted while they were students in our clinical psychology program. We hope this provides some flavor for the variety of ways that students translate their interests into meaningful and rigorous research.