The Gender-Based Violence Consortium’s vision is to increase public recognition of and deepen public knowledge about this type of violence through research innovation and collaboration, creation of research communities, and enhanced educational efforts. Dr. Fukushima invites undergraduate researchers who are interested in gender-based violence issues (domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, colonial violence, or racialized sexuality) to connect to learn how you might be involved in research.
Cultural & Social Transformation
Volunteer; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis or Senior Thesis; Earn independent study credit
Students may participate in the following types of research: conducting interviews, focus groups, surveys, recruiting participants, literature review, data analysis.
Dr. Fukushima is committed to mentoring undergraduate researchers. Students may co-author, create participations, create content, central to professional development.
10 hours per week.
Dr. Fukushima works from a strength-based perspective, therefore, will meet with prospective undergraduate researchers to ascertain how they may join her research team.