CONGRATS TO THE RECENT GRADS!
Congratulations to the recent B.A., M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. graduates of the SIP Lab! The SIP Lab is super proud of our graduates for their hard work and wishes them luck in their future endeavors.
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SIP LAB AT DEPAUL PSYCH NIGHT 2022
DePaul University's Psych Night 2022 is in person since 2020! Psych undergraduates and graduate students present their research (and their labs) to the DePaul community on the Lincoln Park campus.
SIP LAB AT APS 2022
The 34th Annual Association for Psychological Science (APS) Conference was held in person for the first time since 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago, Illinois.
SIP LAB AT MPA 2022
The 94th Annual Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) Conference was held in person for the first time since 2020 at the Palmer House Hotel in Chicago, Illinois.
SIP LAB AT SPSP 2020
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) conference is held annually and brings together an international collection of researchers. The 2020 conference was held in New Orleans, Louisiana.
SIP's OF RESEARCH: UNDERGRADS
Meet some of SIP's undergraduate researchers as they showcase their research and beyond
SERVICE TO NSF 2019
SIP Lab's Dr. Christine Reyna visits the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of her duties to the 2019 Committee of Visitors (CoV). Visit here to learn more about what the CoV does and its contributions to the NSF.
SIP Lab Gets Social
Here at SIP Lab, we put the Social in Social and Intergroup Perceptions Lab, and group photos are everything. See our lab members just enjoying time together, whether at conferences or on DePaul's campus.
Congratulations to all of our graduates! Whether you graduated from undergrad or becoming a Ph.D., we celebrate our graduates. Once a member of SIP Lab, always a member. Here's to the success of our SIP Lab family members!
INTERNING AT SIP
Some of our aspiring researchers are high schoolers. We welcome anyone willing to learn more about the scientific research process. Featured are a couple of awesome high school interns--Armand and Gus!