The RCGV staff and students can offer students research experience through lab work on campus. Working in research labs is a great way to gain experience for graduate school, get acquainted with professors and become involved in interesting projects here on campus.
- Seeking students interested in research experience in a lab focused on issues of gender, violence and system responses. Work will include transcription, and coding. Summer and Fall 490 credits or volunteer experience are possible. Interested students should email their resume, contact information and availability to Dr. Cris Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Seeking 2-3 undergraduate students seeking 490 credits, or those willing to be dedicated volunteers, to conduct a meta-analysis for a thesis examining whether the ways that sexual assault studies recruit participants leads to variation in their findings. Work will include reviewing and coding articles. Students interested can gain experience in critical thinking, and exposure to a wide range of gender based violence literature. Interested students should contact Rachael Goodman-Williams at email@example.com.