Student Research

ANNOUNCING THE 2019 STUDENT RESEARCH SHOWCASE WINNERS

Dana Hill

Audience Favorite Student Poster, 2019

Dana Hill Research II Evaluation: “Program Evaluation for City Square’s Transition Resource Action Center (TRAC) Education Program.”

Joanna Glover

Outstanding BSW Student Poster, 2019

Joanna Glover BSW Research Proposal: “Underutilization of Hospice amongst African Americans and Latinx”

Kristen Ravi

Outstanding PhD Student Poster 2019

Kristen Ravi GRA Project: “State Teen Dating Violence School Policy: What Role do Politics Play?”

Alan Kunz Lomelin

Outstanding MSW Student Poster, 2019

Alan Kunz Lomelin MSW Thesis: “From Training to Rehabilitation: Animal-Assisted Intervention for Inmates to Help Address Mental Illness and Improve Well-Being.”

Other GRA Opportunities

When funding is available, individual faculty members are able to hire Social Work students to work on their individual research projects. This is a unique experience for both undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in research that provides hands on experience in various research settings under the guidance and direction of an...

I ENGAGE MENTORING

The Office of Graduate Studies' I Engage Mentoring (IM) program provides funding for doctoral and doctoral-bound students to gain teaching and mentoring experience by serving as a research mentor to a UT Arlington undergraduate.
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McNair Scholars


The McNair Scholars Program is designed to prepare qualified UT Arlington undergraduates for graduate study culminating in the Ph.D.
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