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What do the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary really mean?
This Thursday's teach-in features Political Science Professor Michael Hagen leading a discussion and analysis of the 2016 Primary Season.
Come join the discussion about what the results of the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary mean for the ongoing presidential race.
Thursday, February 11, 2:00 p.m.
821 Anderson Hall
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Interested in civic engagement and bike shares?
The Institute for Survey Research (ISR) at Temple University is seeking undergraduate student interns to assist in implementation of two current unpaid research projects this semester.
(1) Philadelphia Bike Sharing Qualitative Research Project ISR has done extensive work with Indego, Philadelphia’s Bike Share program. This upcoming study will conduct follow-up surveys and interviews with 60 participants from prior focus groups. Interns will gain experience in general qualitative research methods, including survey design, mixed methods data collection (phone and web), qualitative data analysis and report writing.
(2) City-Wide Survey Panel Intern will gain experience working with participant recruitment for an ongoing civic engagement project. Interns will focus on field-based research and participant recruitment.This position includes opportunities to hone skills primary data collection, outreach coordination, and community engagement.
Interested candidates please send resume and cover letter to:
Nina Hoe, PhD – Study Director Institute for Survey Research (firstname.lastname@example.org)
and Jocelyn Hastings (email@example.com).