Apply now for a faculty-mentored summer research internship applying GIS methods across disciplines. Individual projects include:
- The Evolution of Urban Homicide Dynamics 1870-2003 (Faculty mentor: Robert Vargas, Sociology)
- The Activity Space, Social Interaction, and Health Trajectories in Later Life Study (Faculty mentor: Kate Cagney, Sociology)
- The Long-term Consequences of Former Authoritarian Legacies (Faculty mentor: Monika Nalepa, Political Science)
- The Mapping Criminalization Project (Faculty mentor: Forrest Stuart, Sociology)
- The Quantifying the Effects of the Structural Determinants of Health in Cities Project (Faculty mentors: Luc Anselin, Sociology, and Marynia Kolak, Committee on Geographical Sciences and Center for Spatial Data Science
Offered as part of the University’s Jeff Metcalf Intern Program. Summer stipend is $4000. Applicants must enroll in GEOG 28701 “Introduction to GIS and Spatial Analysis for Social Scientists” in the Summer 2018 Quarter.
More information HERE.