OUPRC Consortium Membership

The Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference Consortium is a system of institutions that vigorously encourage and support social science research by undergraduate students. Initiated by John Carroll University in 1987 by Dr. Janet Larsen, OUPRC provides students who are interested in graduate level study, or who are interested in careers in research settings, with the opportunity to present their work to a supportive and constructively critical group of faculty and students.  The conference, a “safe haven” for scholars-in-training to share their research, is traditionally held in mid-April, just before the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) conference and provides excellent practice for students continuing on to MPA.  OUPRC Host sites are selected on a rotating basis from member institutions.

This year, M.P.A. begins Thursday, April 20, 2017.  The 31st annual OUPRC will be held here at John Carroll University on Saturday, April 29th.

2017 OUPRC Consortium Member Colleges

InstitutionContact Person
Baldwin Wallace CollegeChuck Levin
Cedarville UniversityLuke Tse
Cleveland State UniversityKathy McNamara
Cuyahoga Community CollegeJulia Krevans
Defiance CollegeDeborah Dalke
Franciscan University of SteubenvilleStephen Sammut
John Carroll UniversitySheri Young
Hiram CollegeAcacia Parks
Lorain County Community CollegeJames Jordan
Lourdes UniversityRobert Campbell
Ohio Dominican UniversityJohn Marazita
Ohio Wesleyan UniversityLynda Hall
Otterbein UniversityMichelle Acker
Ursuline CollegeChristopher Edmonds
Wittenberg UniversityStephanie Little
Ashland UniversityCurt Ickes
Kent State UniversityJoel Hughes
Kenyon CollegeSarah Murnen
Muskingham UniversityColleen Stevenson
University of Rio GrandeChad Duncan