Research Experiences for Undergraduates - Disparities in the Criminal Justice System

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The REU-DCJS is a 10-week program that engages undergraduates with faculty and graduate student research addressing the role of race/ethnicity, class, and gender in explaining criminal behavior and understanding criminal justice practices.

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University of South Carolina - Disparities in the Criminal Justice System (REU-DCJS)

The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of South Carolina is seeking applications for its REU Site- Disparities in the Criminal Justice System. The REU site brings together 9 selected undergraduate students with graduate students and faculty in the department to work on one of three research teams during the 10-week program (May 23 – Jul 31, 2021). Students will conduct research, attend workshops, and receive a stipend ($5,000), travel ($500) and food ($1,000) allowances, and university housing during the 2021 summer program.

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If you have questions about the program, please email

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  • Created On: Feb 22, 2021 - 10:15am
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