Psychology has changed healthcare for the better. Now, the field is tackling the big questions facing humanity’s future. From improving outcomes for older adults to developing new approaches to pain management, psychology is ready to help humanity adapt and thrive in an increasingly connected digital world. At USciences, our psychology students are prepared for careers in science, healthcare, and industry. Mentorship is the cornerstone of our training program. All students work 1:1 with expert faculty on topics ranging from autism to Alzheimer’s and beyond. They graduate with a practical foundation in research and theory ready to discover, create, and lead new transformations in health and science for the 21st century.
Fundraising Initiatives Below:
Eye Tracking System - Goal $15,600
We are seeking $15,600 for a complete eye tracking system to train students and perform research as a part of a new psychophysiology lab. Fund will be utilized to purchase a Tobii Pro Nano eye tracker, software package for running eye tracker, and analyzing raw data and 4 hours of professional training and individualized consultation on how to effectively implement the technology.
Service & Community - Goal $1,000
Students go into the community here and abroad to provide service as part of learning, and we love building community for our students through activities, trips, and extracurricular events. Support opportunities such as Psychology Club trips to The Franklin Institute and resources for students working on Health Psychology projects at our partner school Cornerstone Christian Academy.
Student Research & Summer Fellowships - Goal $5,000
Our students are the hardest working researchers on campus! Help us support all their independent work by funding the many costs associated with this kind of study such as conference fees and travel, books, subject payments, specialized software and supplies. This fund will also support competitive summer research stipends for USciences’ students working with faculty mentors on research projects.