Eight students attending Virginia Union University, a historically black college or university (HBCU) in Richmond, VA, will travel to London, Paris, and Amsterdam to gain practical experience and become familiar with the history of Psychology through visitation at various museums.

Students will not only participate in classroom instruction, but also they will partner with organizations who provide solutions for the sex, money, drugs problems and the juvenile delinquent population to become more culturally competent individuals.

Assistant Psychology Professor Constance Causer and Department of Psychology Chair at Virginia Union University Dr. Heidi Villanueva will accompany eight students including, Psychology majors Charnice Tate, William Taylor, Sashanna Marsden, Amirah Sims, Shatovia Irvings, Social Work majors Paris Dickerson and Ryann Fraser, and Criminal Justice major Brittani White, to Europe for a 10 day learning voyage.

Students also will assist with developing programs while helping with current issues affecting the European population in these areas.