[DEADLINE: Friday, December 10, 2021]
The Meanings of Democracy Lab, directed by Professor Ruth Braunstein of the Sociology Department, is offering five research assistantships for interested, high-achieving undergraduate students in Spring 2022. Research Assistants will work with Dr. Braunstein on research related to the contested moral and cultural foundations of American democratic life, including on ongoing projects on the moral meanings of taxpaying and on battles over American history and identity.
Students’ activities could include collecting and analyzing data and reviewing existing research, as well as disseminating information through social media and podcasts. No specialized research skills are required, but extra consideration will be given to students with the following skills/interests:
- web data collection/scraping
- digital storytelling
We will meet virtually on Mondays from 11:00am-12:30pm during Spring 2022.
Students will receive three units of 3000-level independent study credit.
The positions are open to rising sophomores and juniors. Preferred GPA is 3.6 or higher. Students from any campus are welcome to apply.
To apply, please fill out this application: https://forms.gle/xEWpXxAbaZscRRKw7.