Did you know that, in addition to teaching, CJS faculty members conduct research in their areas of expertise? Students who are interested in research or learning about specific areas of CJS should take advantage of opportunities to help faculty with their research projects. Below are some current opportunities, but keep checking back for more!
Dr. Dawn Beichner has two ongoing research projects examining incarcerated women in jail and prison and their return home to their children and families. Undergraduate and graduate student research assistants are needed for the following tasks:
Research assistants on the project are eligible to receive academic credit for CJS 287 (undergraduate) or CJS 400 (graduate) – Independent Study. For more information, contact Dr. Beichner at email@example.com.
Dr. Phil Mulvey is currently working on two research projects. Undergraduate and graduate students are always welcome to serve as either research assistants or to complete independent study projects on either of these endeavors.
Experiences of Individuals with Mental Illness in Community Corrections:
Exploring the Lives of Military Veterans in the Criminal Justice System:
Research assistants on the project are eligible to receive academic credit for undergraduate research (CJS 291) or design an independent study (CJS 287) with Dr. Mulvey on an aspect of either of these research projects. Graduate students can complete an independent study (CJS 400). For more information, contact Dr. Mulvey firstname.lastname@example.org.