meet our 32 coe summer research fellows!

This summer we’re funding 32 COE summer research fellows–here on campus, from coast to coast, and worldwide, from Connecticut and California to Costa Rica and Ghana. That’s more than $135K for undergrad research, regardless of major or class year.

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versey, ritter ‘19 explore environmentally induced displacement with coe faculty-student research grant

Professor Versey and Emma Ritter ’19 (front, center), with students from Versey’s Critical Health + Social Ecology (CH+SE) Lab.

Assistant Professor of Psychology H. Shellae Versey, PhD and Emma Ritter ’19 launched a faculty-student research collaboration during the 2018-2019 academic year exploring Communities in Crisis: The impact of disasters on mental health. The research focused on environmental hazardsboth natural and manmadeand the resulting effect on health and displacement among various communities. A COE faculty-student research a grant provided Versey and Ritter the opportunity to conduct research that would not have been otherwise possible.

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