Department of Psychology
Department of Psychology

How to Post PSY 357 Research Opportunities

Relevant Websites:

Faculty, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers can post PSY 357 research opportunities to the COLA Undergraduate Research Opportunities (UROP) page through the COLA Web Editor

Once posted, we will link these to the Psychology Department PSY 357 Research Opportunities webpage, where postings are separated by area of study (not currently possible on COLA's UROP page). This page is easily reached from the front page of the Department's website, in the orange bar on the right side of the page.

** To request that your study be linked to the Department's PSY 357 Research Opportunities webpage, please contact Tamara Kowalski ( after you have posted to the COLA UROP page. Please include the Area of Study in your request. **

If you are a graduate student or postdoctoral researcher and are unable to access the database, please contact Tamara Kowalski ( with your name and UT EID to be added.

Instructions for Adding a PSY 357 through the COLA Web Editor

  1. Log on with your UT EID and password at:
  2. Click the UG Research link at the top of the page, then click the "Add" button (top right).
  3. Make sure "Yes" is selected in the "Active" dropbox (top left).
  4. Fill out:
    • Title of the project
    • Start Date ~ Please update each semester to show it is current
    • Duration ~ Please list specific semesters (Spring 2019, Summer 2019, Fall 2019, etc.)
    • In the Description box, include: 
      • IRB number(s) associated with requested post  
      • Area of study
      • Faculty sponsor
      • Contact name(s)
      • Contact email
      • Description
    • In the Preferred Qualifications box, include:
      • Qualifications
      • Duties
  5. Use the dropboxes to choose the weekly time commitment, fill in Compensation, choose whether credit is offered or not, and whether there is a weekly meeting.
  6. Be sure to click the "Save changes" box to save.

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