The Center for Justice Research (CJR) is seeking two undergraduate research fellows. In this position, research fellows will participate in various research projects and assist with the development of research questions, data collection, data analysis, writing and presentations of research findings. Research fellows are also expected to attend weekly research team meetings.
If selected, undergraduate research fellows will serve as representatives of the Center for Justice Research, carrying out the research agenda established by CJR. These positions aim to develop the next generation of justice-oriented researchers. If interested, please upload your resume and a one-page overview of your interest in a justice-oriented research career in justice administration.
Fellows are given the unique opportunity to work with our highly trained researchers on various projects, as well as attend the American Society of Criminology and Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences conferences. As a fellow, you will have an opportunity to help our initiatives on:
· Advancing police-community relations
· Reforming prosecutorial decision making
· Understanding predictive bias
· Researcher development
To apply, click here.