Omnibus is Looking for Research Proposals, Deadline 9/27
The William & Mary Omnibus Project is accepting proposals from Government, International Relations, and Public Policy majors and faculty who would like to add a survey module to be conducted between October and December 2017. Subjects will be drawn from participating Government classes and studies will involve both an online survey and lab component (to be held in the SSRMC).
If you would like to submit a research proposal, please look here!
Part-Time Editorial Intern, International Enforcement Law Reporter
The International Enforcement Law Reporter, a monthly subscription print and online journal covering the latest developments in the field of international enforcement law, is seeking a part-time editorial intern to join its editorial staff for Fall 2017. The internship will involve roughly 7-15 hours of work/week, and can be conducted remotely. Every week, the intern will work with the IELR’s assistant editor to author 2-3 posts for the blog which reports on and analyzes topics such as money laundering, transnational corruption, transnational organized crime, and international human rights law. If you would like to be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial academic transcript, and short writing sample (up to 1000 words) to the IELR’s assistant editor, Zarine Kharazian, at email@example.com.
The Omnibus Project Launches October 23, 2017
The Omnibus Project coordinates and streamlines the development of a student subject pool for faculty and student research. Project coordinators collect data for a set of common variables, such as demographic information and political covariates, which are provided to all researchers submitting proposals. Individual researchers submit their survey questions and customize their own portion of the survey instrument. The subject pool will be comprised of students enrolled in departmental classes; some instructors will require participation or offer extra credit to students to participate in the study. Often times, Government Professors require or offer extra credit for your participation. Read more about it here!
TargetSmart is Looking for a New Research & Analytics Team Member
Are you a recent grad with research skills and a history of working with data software like Excel, SPSS, STATA, R, and Python? If so, consider applying for the Data Reporting Specialist position with the Research and Analytics team at TargetSmart. The Data Reporting Specialist works with polling data to produce polling reports that drive Targetsmart’s clients’ campaigns and outreach efforts. This position is located in Washington, DC. More information about the job and application is here.
|For a list of past opportunities visit the archive here.|