The Minnesota Population Center is now recruiting students for the MPC's Summer Diversity Fellowship program. The Diversity Fellowship at Minnesota Population Center at the University of Minnesota is designed to help recruit diverse undergraduate and graduate students to work with MPC member faculty and with its U.S. or international demographic data resources. Projects with openings include:
- Social Contact Structures and Time Use Patterns in the U.S. — Research with Professor Audrey Dorélien and MnRDC Administrator Rachelle Hill
- Neighborhood Characteristics of Public Housing Residents in 1940 — Research with Professor Ryan Allen and IPUMS Spatial Analysis Director David Van Riper
- Optical Character Recognition for Data Tables — Research with IPUMS Research Scientist Tracy Kugler and Professor Evan Roberts
- Examining the Short-Term Social Patterning of Encore Adulthood Family Living Arrangements — Research with Professor Phyllis Moen and IPUMS Research Scientist Sarah Flood
- Developing and Visualizing New Types of U.S. Census Mapping Data — Research with Professor Steven Manson & IPUMS Research Scientist Jonathan Schroeder
More details and application instructions can be found here. Application deadline March 1, 2019.
Please contact Mia Riza at email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the program or application.