About

SART
The Social Action Research Team (SART) was formed in December 2010 at Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University to bring together talented undergraduates who are committed to social scientific research that addresses important social issues and that has the potential to positively impact lives. In fall 2014, SART moved to the Department of Psychology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. As of fall 2015, SART is accepting applications for new undergraduate and graduate student members. SART members learn valuable qualitative and quantitative research skills, including data collection/fieldwork, analysis, presentation skills, and manuscript composition. Undergraduate students may earn credit for participation in SART through the Department of Psychology.

SART, 2012-2013SART students have been involved in a variety of quantitative and qualitative data collection projects, including research that has been published in leading journals and presented at the American Psychological Association, American Studies Association, Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, and National Women’s Studies Association annual conferences. Learn more about SART by visiting the pages below; meet our director and members, and please contact us with any questions. We thank you for your interest in SART!

The SART Web site was developed by Angela Gunder, Webmaster at Barrett, the Honors College at ASU.

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