Want to get involved in the Social Emotional Assets (Sea) Lab? As a teaching-intensive instructor, Dr. Hughes typically aims to supervise several undergraduate students per year.
Currently, there are no openings for volunteer, Psyc 499, 504, or 505 positions in the lab.
The next tentative openings will be for Spring/Summer 2021, and the call for applications will be announced on this website at a later time.
Honours thesis students for the 2021-2022 year must apply by January 2021, and must have a thesis supervisor signed off on their application. Prospective SEA Lab honours students must meet the Department of Psychology criteria and approach Dr. Hughes as soon as possible. Preference will be given to students who have previous experience in the SEA Lab as volunteers or Psyc 499 students.