Undergraduate Student Research in Behavioral Science at USC (and how to get involved)

Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 12:00pm to 12:45pm

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Behavioral science is a growing field that uses insights from psychology, behavioral economics and other fields to understand and inform people's decisions and behaviors. What kind of behavioral science research are undergraduate students involved in at USC? What are the benefits of getting involved with research as an undergraduate? What is it like to work as a research assistant or become a PhD student? And how can undergraduate students get involved in behavioral science research at USC?

Undergraduate student Katherine Winn will moderate a panel discussion with undergraduate student Amulya Donthi, research assistant Oskar Muller, and graduate student Andrew Dawson. This event is brought to you in partenrship with the Behavioral Science and Well-Being Policy initiative. 



Andrew Dawson, Graduate student, USC Mind and Society Center

Amulya Donthi, Undergraduate student, USC Marshall School of Business

Oskar Muller, Research assistant, USC Center for Economic and Social Research

Katherine Winn, Undergraduate student, USC Marshall School of Business




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Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Student Life, Careers


Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff



Price School of Public Policy
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