Research Days Prize Winner Is Rewarded for Her Internship Satisfaction Study

Jennifer Nichols
April 13, 2016

Jennifer Nichols, a senior at GW majoring in Psychology, is the 2016 prize winner.

In her prize-winning study, Jennifer researched what factors cause an internship to be a valuable and successful opportunity or a waste of time and effort. Her study, “Exploring Predictors of Internship Satisfaction,” earned her a Luther Rice Undergraduate Research Fellowship, a second-place prize at the GW Research Days competition, and an invitation to present her findings at the prestigious Association for Psychological Science convention in Chicago—an honor for an undergraduate. 

Read more about Jennifer and her internship research in this CCAS news article.