Psychology interns get hands-on with after school research

Six UW-Green Bay students are working to make after-school programming better, getting real-world experience in area schools as undergraduate interns. Under the supervision of Assistant Prof. Jenell Holstead, Psychology, the students are working in various Title I Green Bay School District schools, studying issues ranging from homework reluctance to what motivates kids. Eventually, they’ll use their research to create after-school resources for staff members to use. The full story can be found here.

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