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Research Assistant | MIT Transportation Discrimination Project

by Kris Pieper on October 28, 2015

Social dynamics and discrimination in transportation

Project Description: The goal of this project is to understand whether transportation systems provide equal service to customers of all races and genders.  We are recruiting students of varying backgrounds to assist with this study by reserving and taking travel options in the Boston metro area.  The research assistant is primarily focused on data collection, but the project will involve some data formatting after the experiment.

Prerequisites: Self-motivated and willing to perform work in the afternoons and evenings, and able to commit for the duration of the experiment (up to six weeks).

Sponsor: MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research

Hours: 40-80 hours total
Salary: $11/hr
Contact: Stephen Zoepf
Office: E19-429c
Phone(201) 315-2889

From → Paid, Research

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