Interested in the Intersections of Science and Justice?
Want to Develop Responsible Collaborative Research and Public Events?
Science & Justice seeks a graduate student researcher who:
- has successfully completed the Science & Justice Training Program;
- is able to attend SJWG meetings typically on Wednesday’s from 4-6PM and create rapporteur reports;
- actively participates in building science and justice research and has an interest in mentoring others on research projects;
- is interested in facilitating Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) trainings or workshops; and
- can translate trending news items that integrate components of real world applications with science and justice concerns into blog pieces that are posted on the S&J website and shared on social media.
The Graduate Student Researcher (GSR) is offered a 50% appointment.
To Apply: submit materials to email@example.com
BY: Monday, May 20, 2019 (12:00noon)
Applicants should email their CV and a 1-2 page application that presents:
- what experiences they have that would make them good for this position;
- their interests in the Center’s research and how their work/research/career goals would benefit from the position;
- their ideas about cross-divisional and interdisciplinary collaborations, especially among humanists, engineers, natural scientists, artists and social scientists as well as ones that are community/academia partnerships;
- and what ideas they would bring to S&J.
Key Items for 2019-2020
Research Projects – Assist in Science & Justice research projects (for example: Just Biomedicine, Jail / Care, etc.); assist with developing and maintaining collaborations among humanists, engineers, natural scientists, artists and social scientists as well as community/academia partnerships.
RCR – work with faculty to develop and facilitate Responsible Conduct Research trainings or workshops.
Fall/Winter/Spring Programming – work with a planning committee on Science & Justice programming.
General Scope – In consultation with the Center Manager and Director(s), the GSR will assist to implement Center programming and research. Correspond with Project Leaders on the development of research projects and help oversee undergraduate student researchers. Responsibilities may include: organizing, planning, and co-facilitating focus groups; training and coordinating a team of undergraduate researchers who may co-facilitate focus groups and assist with documentation, interviews, transcription and data analysis; fostering collaboration and teamwork among researchers; reviewing research relevant to Center themes and areas of inquiry; creating infographics, outreach materials, and reports based on findings or events; develop and contribute to Center communication channels (ie: blog posts, news articles) for sharing research findings on campus and to the broader public; and participating in core SJRC activities and happenings.