Make the World Your Campus
Psychology students often choose to spend a summer, semester or year abroad. Recently, students in the program have studied in: South Africa, Barbados, and Prague.
Additionally, Professor Bill Flack is co-director of Bucknell in Northern Ireland, a three-and-ahalf week program for students interested in studying social conflict and peace-building.
Earn a Spot at the Kalman Research Symposium
Bucknell students can collaborate with faculty on research within many areas of psychology, including those of animal behavior, development, developmental or adult psychopathology, human cognition, learning, neuroscience, personality, sensation and perception and social psychology.
Psychology students can gain career experience through summer internships. Recently, students have been interns at Brown Brothers Harriman, KidTherapy, and The National Ability Center.
In addition, students enrolled in developmental psychology courses gain hands-on experience and can conduct research with children aged six weeks to six years at the on-site Sunflower Child Care Center.