“How College Students Describe and Experience Intimate Partner Violence: A University of Utah Landscape Study” is a year-long study that includes an inventory of educational practices, policy and practice analysis, observations, focus groups, walking interviews, and staff interviews. It seeks to understand the landscape of all on campus around intimate personal violence, particularly students with minoritized identities. Work under grad students & faculty project investigators (Drs. Linder, Melton, & Richards).
Social & Behavioral Science
Volunteer; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis or Senior Thesis; Earn independent study credit
Undergraduate research assistants will potentially be involved with student recruitment, focus group facilitation, data analysis, & interviews.
Gain valuable interdisciplinary research experience, be part of an interdisciplinary research team, and contribute to knowledge on an important topic on campus
Fall semester with potential to move into the spring semester; Students will work up to 10 hours a week
Undergrad student in any college/department with an interest in the topic of campus intimate partner violence. Training will be provided.