UNC-CH Courses
Dr. Hussong offers UNC-CH undergraduate courses in positive youth development (PSY518H) and adolescent development (PSY471) and graduate courses in research methods (PSY806) and developmental psychopathology (PSY810).  See the UNC-CH catalogue for offerings and course details.
Drawing on her years of working as the director and advisor to several NIH T32 programs, Dr. Hussong has offered many CE and professional development workshops addressing such issues as families and substance use, positive youth development, integrative data analysis, self-care, mentoring, professional writing and others.
Research Experience
We offer collaborative training with undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior scholars around the world. Undergraduates may seek volunteer, intern (through PSY 395 or honors), and work study positions. Availability is limited and openings are posted on our home page.

SPOTLIGHT: Creating Digital Interventions for Positive Youth Development (PSY 518H)

With funding from Lenovo, Dr. Hussong created this undergraduate honors course to provide students with hands-on training in using design-based inquiry to create digital tools to support positive youth development in collaboration with real-life community partners.
UNC Students Present to the Reintegration Support Network
Members of the Propositive Network, one of four course consulting groups, share their mentorship resources platform with leadership of the Reintegration Support Network in Carrboro.
Inaugural Spring 2024 Class
Student showcase where parents, funders, local experts, and community partners came together to listen to teams of student consultants describe the digital tools they created for youth.