Student Research with HDFS Faculty
Students in Human Development and Family Sciences are encouraged to explore undergraduate research opportunities at the University of Delaware. Students can be involved in a variety research projects sponsored by faculty in the Department of Human Development & Family Sciences or can explore their own research interests with support from a faculty mentor.
Faculty are engaged in research in the following areas:
The university offers several exciting programs for students including Summer Scholars and Summer Fellows research awards. The awards are intended to provide partial support for undergraduate researchers who have been working on projects and wish to continue during the summer, or for those who wish to begin projects that will continue into the next academic year. The awards are sponsored by the Undergraduate Research Program and range from $300-$1500. For more information please visit Undergraduate Research to learn more.
We encourage you to speak with HDFS faculty members to learn more about their research interests and how you may be able to get involved or to seek support and sponsorship for your own projects. Click on the faculty names to learn more about their areas of interest.