Research Assistants Needed (now and for Spring semester):
Professor Bottoms is looking for reliable, detail-oriented students (in any year of college) to assist in research for a book, “Children and Crime: Psycholegal Analysis of Actual Cases.” The assistants will conduct Google searches to identify interesting criminal cases that have occurred across the nation, then gather all possible media coverage and legal documents relevant to the cases. Students may be involved in writing case summaries. Knowledge of Lexis/Nexis would be great, but it’s not necessary. Students will be chosen soon and will receive Honors activity credit, Hon 222 credit, and directed study credit in Psychology in Spring 2017 (but can start work now). For application, please contact Ms. Kelly Burke at email@example.com.