Types of experiences students can expect:

Theoretical, methodological and analytical training related to the areas stated on home;

Working within an interdisciplinary framework embedded in psychology;

Participation in research, community action and outreach, working with media;

Participation in lab meetings with various graduate and undergraduate members;

Develop independent research projects and/or collaborate on ongoing work;

Opportunity to collaborate on scholarly presentations and publications;

A safe, egalitarian and supportive environment for all students interested in psychology for social change.

Bi-monthly and scheduled at the start of each semester.

Sanjana Pegu (pegus577@newschool.edu) – Lab Manager

Lab meetings:
Contact for admission interviews:
Active Research:

The Health and Well-Being of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Individuals of Color

Undoing Sexual Racism

Mobile Dating and Ethics – Mitigating Digitally Mediated Intimate Harm

Gender, Sexuality and Identity in the Middle-Eastern Diaspora

Domestic Sex Trafficking

The Psychology of Heterosexuality

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Problematic Pornography Use in Intimate Relationships

Various Aspects of the Sex Industry

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