Jessie Daniels started the topic TOMORROW afternoon (Wednesday, 5/11) join the Sociology Department! in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 6 days, 7 hours ago
The Sociology department will hold a series of events and celebrations on Wednesday May 11 in the Hunter West Faculty Dining Room, 8th floor.
undergraduate research conference
Capstone Poster Presentations
1:00pm-2:00pm – Many of the undergraduates in sociology will present their research as posters, and everyone is invited to walk th…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic End of Semester Check-in: Internships & Digital Portfolios in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 1 week, 2 days ago
I’m offering an end-of-semester check-in for everyone in the program, on Thursday, 19 May, at 5:30pmET (zoom info below). We’ll focus mainly on internships and digital portfolios.
Everyone should come, if you can.
Topic: Internships + Digital Portfolios
Time: May 19, 2022 05:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic Even MORE Workshops this Summer: ICPSR (UMichigan) in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 2 weeks, 5 days ago
The University of Michigan’s ICPSR Summer Program will be offered in a hybrid format, with in-person classes for those who can attend in Ann Arbor and online access in either a synchronous or asynchronous mode. The dates for the main four-week sessions will extend from June 20 to July 15 for the first session, and from July 18 to August 12 for the…[Read more]
Data Specialist for the Queens Memory Monuments Project
The Queens Memory Project is an ongoing community archiving program of Queens Public Library and Queens College, CUNY. Thanks to a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Queens Memory has embarked upon a year-long Monuments project running through March 2023. The project…[Read more]
On the Books: Jim Crow and Algorithms of Resistance (OTB) is a project from the University Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that has created a text corpus of NC General Statutes from 1866-1967 and used text analysis and expert assessments to identify laws likely to be Jim Crow laws. The Jim Crow laws identified by the…[Read more]
BetaNYC’s Civic Innovation Lab Assistants help perform data analytics, research municipal technology and data systems, run events, and assist the Civic Innovation Lab Director and Manager. Lab Assistants must be comfortable learning new skills or be knowledgeable in these subject matters and comfortable teaching them to Civic Innovation Fellows, c…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic Looking for Current Students + Recent Alums for Open House Events (via zoom) in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 1 month ago
It is currently admissions season at Hunter College for new students joining the program in the Fall, 2022.
To spread the word about the program, we will be conducting a series of Open House Events (via zoom) in the coming weeks. The schedule is still TBD.
If you’re willing to spend a quick hour online talking about your experience in the…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic Publishing Opportunity: VCU’s Digital Sociology Lab in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 1 month ago
Do you have a critical perspective on the digital space? Do you want to chime in about a current trending topic? We want you to join us in the conversation! Attached please find the official call for blog entries and the parameters for po…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic REMINDER FOR ALL: Be Respectful in Your Communication in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 1 month ago
I’m posting this reminder for everyone as we move into the last half of the semester. I understand that these can be stressful times as you try to complete assignments that all seem to come due at the same time. However, keep in mind that completing those assignments is your responsibility, as a student, and not the responsibility of the…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic Research Position (MIT Sloan School of Management) in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 1 month, 1 week ago
Open Date: Apr 05, 2022
Professor Erin Kelly is seeking a full-time Technical Associate to contribute to an on-going study of warehouse work. This position will be housed in the MIT Sloan School of Management’s Work and Organizations group and the Institute for W…[Read more]
The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) is currently looking for a Domestic Program Intern for Summer 2022. This is a full-time, remote position.
Job Description: The internship starts in May 2022, the specific dates are somewhat flexible. The intern will assist with a variety of research activities related to the US economy and…[Read more]
If you’re planning to graduate this summer or fall and still need to take GSR 718 and/or GSR 719 please send me an email. I’ve spoken with several people about this and need to do a quick tally of everyone who needs these courses.
I’m passing along this message from James Davis, president of the PSC-CUNY, the union that represents all faculty. Please reach out to your rep in Albany to support this new budget for CUNY. It really will make a big difference and you really can help make that a reality. Thanks!
Summer 2022 internships are REMOTE
The Analytics Team of the National ACLU Digital, Tech & Analytics Department has openings for graduate or undergraduate internships in New York, NY (remote).
For 100 years, the ACLU has been our nation’s guardian of liberty, working in courts, le…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic LECTURE: Dr. Timnit Gebru, Tuesday March 22 , 4:00 – 6:00 pm (online) in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 2 months ago
Dr. Timnit Gebru as this year’s keynote speaker for an event hosted by UMASS-Amhert. She will be discussing, “The Hierarchy of Knowledge in Machine Learning and Its Consequences,” on Tuesday, 22 March, 4-6pm. Register here.
Timnit Gebru was fired by Google in December 2020 for raising issues of discrimination in the workplace. Prior to that she…[Read more]
Data Analyst, Department of Community-Based Programs
Family Health Centers at NYU Langone, a designated Level 3 Medical Home, is the largest federally qualified health center network in New York State, and the second largest in the nation. It includes nine primary care sites, 33 school- based health centers and dental clinics, four day care…[Read more]
In this discussion, led by Digital Sociology Lab fellow, Ka’lyn Coghill, we will talk about Dr. Gray’s book, Intersectional Tech: Black Users in Digital Gaming, gaming…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic RESEARCH AWARD COMPETITION, Cash Prize, deadline: March 29 in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 2 months, 1 week ago
RESEARCH AWARD COMPETITION, sponsored by Young Public Opinion Scholars and co-sponsored by the New York and Pennsylvania/New Jersey chapters of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR). Participants in this virtual event will not only receive feedback from leading scholars in the field, they will also be competing for cash…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic WEDNESDAY, 3/9, 12:15-1pmET, Prof. Sam Stabler presents his research in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 2 months, 1 week ago
Some of you may have taken a class with or know Prof. Sam Stabler who is an instructor in our department. Come through on Wednesday, March 9, 12:15pm-1pm to hear him present some of his research, which is in progress.
Sam’s email to faculty last week:
“See my chapter for the group attached. It’s the first empirical chapter, and a brief th…[Read more]
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