PBS Chair and graduate student Elizabeth Quinn-Jensen receive UC Historically Black Colleges and Universities grant

September 28, 2022

Professor Shelly Gable, the PBS chair, together with Elizabeth Quinn-Jensen, a third year Ph.D. student in the social area, were awarded the University of California-Historically Black Colleges & Universities Initiative (UC-HBCU) Grant. This grant will fund an 8-week Summer program designed to provide undergraduates from the Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, with hands-on research experience in a lab in our PBS Department at UCSB. Interns will receive a stipend, campus housing and a meal plan, and will have the opportunity to choose whether to work in one lab for the duration of the program, or to rotate in two different labs. Program activities will also include seminars, workshops (e.g., in R coding), as well as networking events with UCSB’s faculty and graduate students. Check out this page to find out more about this important initiative and exciting Summer internship program: https://psych.ucsb.edu/phd-program/uc-hbcu-summer-program