Prospective Student Information

Carena van Riper arm in arm with 3 student interns

There are a number of opportunities for students to become involved with the Parks and Environmental Behavior Research Group. We take a team-based approach to graduate student learning and support research experiences for undergraduates to ask questions and solve problems related to human-environment interactions.

There are a variety of activities in which students could be involved, such as being trained to assist with focus groups, one-on-one interviews with residents and recreational visitors, learning about mailback and online survey techniques, engaging with statistical analysis to address research questions, as well as other opportunities tailored for student preferences. We are all very enthusiastic about learning and would welcome your perspective! Please visit our departmental website for more information.