The Binghamton Neighborhood Project (BNP) is HIRING for Summer 2016!

The Binghamton Neighborhood Project is a research project of the EvoS Institute for Advanced Study. We are partnering with the United Way of Broome County to explore the impacts of poverty in communities across Broome County. We will be hiring six researchers to conduct door-to-door interviews with residents from neighborhoods in Binghamton, Johnson City and Endicott.

 

Training will begin during the third week of June and data collection will commence shortly thereafter. Data collection will occur in four-hour shifts, with a minimum of four shifts/week being completed by each researcher. Researchers may also participate in non-participant objective data collection, literature searches and interpretation, archival data collection, and data input & analysis. Researchers will be hired as employees through the Binghamton University Research Foundation, and will be expected to complete Group 4 of the CITI training through the Division of Research (IRB) prior to the starting date.

 

Graduate and undergraduate students in all fields of study are invited to apply. To schedule an interview, please submit a letter of interest along with your resume (include research experience and community service activities) by 12:00 noon on Monday, June 6, 2016 to Maggie Parker, mparke11 @ binghamton.edu.

 

Principal Investigator

Faculty and staff interested in research collaborations, please contact:

 

Dr. Richard Kauffman

Evolutionary Studies

rick.kauffman @ gmail.com

Last Updated: 6/6/16