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Data Collector, Analyst and Co-Author - Social Capital, Social Infrastructure, and Resilience

Seeking graduate students with quantitative data collection, analysis, and write-up skills for engagement with a number of projects on the topics of social capital, social infrastructure, and resilience. Experience with R, GIS, and Python.

  • Location:

    Boston or Remote

  • Remote Work:


  • Semester:

    Spring 2024, Summer 2024


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  • Project Title

    Social Capital, Social Infrastructure, and Resilience

  • Faculty / Project Lead

    Daniel Aldrich

  • Project Description

    Our projects look closely at social capital - the bonding, bridging, and linking social ties that connect us horizontally and vertically - and social infrastructure - the places and spaces that build these ties, such as libraries, parks, and cafes. We seek to understand their distribution, impact on social capital, and influence on resilience outcomes during shocks and disasters.

  • Qualifications Necessary

    Experience working with quantitative data. R, GIS, and Python.

  • Hours per Week

    20 Hour Position