The Center for Poverty Research seeks applications from our
affiliated faculty members who are interested in working with an
undergraduate student on a poverty related research
project. The Center anticipates providing up to 8
undergraduate students with internships during summer 2013.
The Center is pleased to conclude our our 2012 Summer
Undergraduate Research Internship Program. Congratulations to the
awardees! Students received graduate-level research experience,
and one-on-one mentoring from faculty and graduate students. Read
more to learn about the faculty/student pairs, the projects and
how this internship benefited the students involved.
The UC Davis Center for Poverty Research has positions available
for undergraduate students seeking internship opportunities.
These opportunities are part-time positions available beginning
of each quarter.
Description: This interdisciplinary course will
provide background on poverty statistics, theories and evidence
on the causes and consequences of poverty, and the history and
efficacy of major anti-poverty programs in the United States.