WINTER AND SPRING 2014 WORKSHOPS
Getting into Research and SRP in Spring 2014
Are you interested in becoming involved in undergraduate research? SRP workshops are offered each quarter to provide students with information on research opportunities, finding a faculty mentor, receiving academic credit, writing a curriculum vitae, and many other topics.
Upcoming workshops are:
- Wednesday, March 5 from 2-3pm in the Undergraduate Research Center (A-334 Murphy Hall)
- Thursday, March 13 from 1-2pm in the Undergraduate Research Center (A-334 Murphy Hall)
The Spring SRP Contract DEADLINE is FRIDAY, April 11, 2014 by 4PM in A-334 MURPHY HALL
Attend this workshop to learn about writing abstracts for conferences, journals, or Powell Undergraduate Research Week!
- Wednesday, March 12 from 2-3pm in the Undergraduate Research Center (A-334 Murphy Hall)
Graduate Mentors will go over the basic components of an abstract and will help you write your own abstract. All are welcome!
SRP RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY
Title: Constructing Student Protest Event Histories, 1960-1995
Research Description: Colleges and universities experience differential rates and types of student activism on campus. Local campus cultures influence whether and how college students organize around a range of social and political issues. This project examines the histories of student protest on two campuses located in New York City, Columbia University and CUNY City College, over a 35 year time period, 1960-1995, in hopes of better understanding how campus cultures surrounding political and social activism are developed and reproduced. Work on this project will proceed in two phases. During the first phase, articles covering student protest events will be collected from the student newspapers for Columbia University and CUNY City College. In the second phase, details of the protest events will be coded from these newspaper articles to create a dataset of protest event histories for both campuses.
Qualifications: Positions are open to sophomores or juniors with social science backgrounds who have completed Sociology 20 (Research Methods).
Responsibilities: In the first phase of the project, students will follow guidelines to identify and collect articles from campus newspapers that mention student-led protest events. In the second phase, students will record details of protest events from newspaper articles and perform data entry tasks. Initial training will be provided at the beginning of each project phase and students will be expected to meet regularly with the project supervisor.
Hours per week: 6-10
Number of Positions Available: 6
Quarters Recruiting: Spring 2014, Summer 2014
PI: Dr. Edward Walker
Address: 264 Haines Hall
If interested in this position, please contact:
Name: Ashley Gromis
Join Aleph: UCLA's Undergraduate Research Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences
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For all those wishing to join, please attend the first meeting on Monday, January 6th from 4 to 6 PM in Public Affairs 2317. Aleph meets once a week, same time and place, and is registered under Honors 101C, Seminar 2. Any and all questions will be answered; any and all willing and dedicated can enroll in the course for an invaluable experience. Please e-mail email@example.com with any further questions.
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