Would you like to...
- work closely with an active SSU faculty scholar?
- get a head start on graduate school relevant experiences?
- build important research skills?
- add something special to your resume?
Consider participating in SSURI, the Social Sciences Undergraduate Research Initiative!
The Social Sciences Undergraduate Research Initiative (SSURI) is now accepting applications for PAID undergraduate research assistants to work on projects over the summer!
Students can learn more about SSURI and how to submit an application by going to http://web.sonoma.edu/users/s/smithh/SSURI/student.htm
The application deadline is 11:59 pm on April 2!
Summer 2021 Projects include:
- Informing the California Penal Code revision committee proposed statutory reforms to reduce mass incarceration (Caitlin Henry)
- Myths that cause crime, revisited (Bryan Burton & Diana Grant)
- Patriarchal belief system and its impact on women of color's career development (Cecile Bhang)
- Destructive leadership in academia what has changed with the covid 19 pandemic and distance education (Florence Bouvet)
- A decision tax in health-related decision making (Deborah Paterniti)
- College students experiences during the covid 19 pandemic (Soo-Yeon Yoon)
- Resiliency characteristics of low income and Latinx couples (Teresa Nguyen)
- Budgets matter! understanding how budgets are a proxy for values in politics (David McCuan)
- Race, beauty, & Latinx workers in the retail industry (Kyla Walters Doughty)
- When will people challenge injustice? (Heather Smith & Diana Grant)
- Survey of sediment-rich locations in the Laguna de Santa Rosa (Jackie Guilford)
- Perceptions of social class (Wenwen Ni)