The lab investigates human rights in culture, religion, politics, and law; media narratives on armed conflicts; integrating research materials and primary sources into teaching and mentoring.
The research project is interdisciplinary requiring the use of many tools and skills, including large data analysis, digital content creation, preliminary research answering specific research questions, and integration of digital content in classroom teaching. Students with any related skills and interests are encouraged to inquire.
Pay starts at $15/hour and may be higher if student has the applicable skills and ends up being involved in complex tasks related to the research topics, such as customizing scripts for parsing digital images and analyzing large data.
Students also have the option to enroll for 1, 2, or 3 s.h. in Independent Study Course (RELS:4930:0IND), Internship: Rights & Remedial Justice, during fall and/or spring semesters
For students wishing to enroll in the Internship course, enrolment must take place no later than the third 3 week of the semester. Consideration for the hourly work option is ongoing depending on the availability of funding.
Ongoing, potential to be a continuous position
How to apply
Interested student's should email Dr. Souaiaia