Graduate Research Opportunities

Dr. Richard E. Lucas is accepting students for admission to the Social-Personality Program at Michigan State University in the Fall of 2017. Students who work in Dr. Lucas's lab gain exposure to research on personality and subjective well-being, along with a variety of research methods that can be used to investigate these topics. Admitted students are fully funded and are generally supported through a mix of teaching and research assistantships, along with University and external fellowships. The social-personality program incorporates a balanced schedule of coursework and independent research, and past graduates have gone on both to academic positions and applied research positions. Click below for more information about the lab, the program, and the application procedures for the department and university. Feel free to contact Dr. Lucas with any additional questions.

Michigan State University Personality and Well-Being Lab