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Human Services Research Opportunities & Collaborations

  • UMM Students
  • UMM Students
  • UMM Students
  • UMM Students
  • UMM Students

Students in the Human Services Discipline at Morris have ample opportunity to participate in hands-on, real-world research and work that links classroom and career. Through service-learning, internships, work in the field, and other opportunities, students get crucial practical experience that prepares them for professional life.

Depending on each individual student's interest, a wide array of possibilities for field experiences are available. To ensure projects fit with a student's course of study, they are arranged in conjunction with a faculty advisor. Morris Human Services students have worked in many venues:

  • State and community hospitals
  • Residential treatment centers for disturbed adolescents
  • Community mental health centers
  • School and college counseling services
  • Business and government personnel offices
  • Programs for the disabled and aged
  • Nursing homes
  • Educational and therapeutic camps
  • Chemical dependency treatment centers
  • Rape and abuse crisis centers
  • Other human services programs


Financial support for student research is available through many venues. University funding opportunities are consolidated by the Academic Center for Enrichment (ACE).