Alejandro Corona Espinosa

Student in Psychology and Sociology

Alejandro Espinosa with Phuong Le (left).

Alejandro Corona Espinosa with fellow psychology major Phuong Le at the Celebration of Academic Excellence

"I really enjoyed was getting involved with research early on. Working as a research assistant in two different research labs allowed me to get much closer to the process of conducting psychological research and also helped me connect with great people from whom I learned a lot, including professors, graduate students, and fellow undergraduate research assistants. Lastly, participating in the Psychology Honors Program was an amazing experience. It provided me with very valuable information regarding graduate school applications and gave me the opportunity to write an Honors Thesis. I had a lot of fun and learned a great deal in the entire process of conducting my first independent research project with the help of my advisor.”