Summer Graduate Research Assistant

Position infomation
Rutgers- Camden
Job Type: 
Full Time
NJ New Jersey
Job Description: 


Summer 2017 graduate research assistants will participate in the analysis of qualitative data collected as part of a project funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. The project titled, "Intersectional Subjection and Law Enforcement: Examining Perceptions Held by LGBTQ People of Color in New Orleans, La." seeks to empirically evaluate how policing practices in New Orleans has been used to subjugate persons identifying as LGBTQ. Working under the direction of Co-Principal Investigators (PI), two (2) graduate research assistants (one assigned to each PI) will work remotely to aid in the data collection and analysis component of the project. Assistants will be expected to create a database of relevant literature, transcribe interview data, and assist with data analysis, among other tasks as identified by the Co-PIs. Principle Investigators are committed to providing graduate research assistants with professional research experience, significant responsibility that expands with experience, and a congenial working atmosphere. Graduate research assistants will be required to work 20 hours per week during Summer 2017, with a possibility of continuing during the second year of the project (at thediscretion of Co-PIs). 

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