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Dear CJS/SOC 220 student,
The announcement below involves an extraordinary summer opportunity to do work in criminal analytics over the summer. This involves a $5000 stipend among other benefits.
The University of North Carolina - Charlotte (UNC-Charlotte) has been awarded a Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program in the area of Crime Analytics from the National Science Foundation. Briefly, 10 undergraduate students will be selected to work on data-driven research with faculty in the Criminal Justice and Criminology, Geography, and Computer Science Departments at UNC-Charlotte. Among many other benefits, students will receive a $5,000 stipend and will have their housing provided on campus (see attachment for more detail).
I am writing to ask you to please share this opportunity with your undergraduate students. The website where students learn more about the REU and apply to the program is located at:
If you or your students have questions about the program, feel free to contact:
Michael Turner, Principal Investigator
Beth Bjerregaard, Co-Principal Investigator
Matthew Phillips, Co-Principal Investigator/Project Director
Thank you in advance for sharing this opportunity with your undergraduate students!