The Jack Rudin and Lewis Rudin Research Fellowship

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Sheyla Delgado, Rudin Fellow (2012-2013)

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: APPLY BY 9/16/2019

With support from the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc., The Jack Rudin and Lewis Rudin Research Fellowship allows graduate student researchers from the City University of New York to participate as members of research team at the John Jay College Research and Evaluation Center (JohnJayREC).

Rudin Fellows participate in projects underway at JohnJayREC, particularly those involving work with government agencies and nonprofits from New York City. Center staff members work on projects to improve the operations and effectiveness of justice agencies in New York City by generating and analyzing data about the effects of their interventions and crime reduction strategies. Fellows work with other Center staff to generate high-quality evaluation outcomes and to test the effectiveness of various interventions.

Fellowships require students to be available to work up to 10 hours per week.

The Research and Evaluation Center accepts applications for The Jack Rudin and Lewis Rudin Research Fellowship at the end of each summer. Two to three CUNY graduate students are awarded fellowships for the academic year and through the following summer (one-year renewals are possible). Each fellowship provides a monthly stipend of $1,000. Applications are encouraged from students specializing in fields such as social and behavioral science, social services and social welfare, public health, statistics, legal studies, or other fields related to the work of the Research and Evaluation Center. To be eligible for a fellowship, applicants should be enrolled in a Masters or Doctoral program of study at a CUNY college with graduation expected no sooner than May of the year following application.

How to Apply

To apply, write to Rebecca Balletto at the address below. Send a CV and cover letter (PDF only) addressing your interests in justice-related research, your previous work experience, and any coursework or training that relates to justice research, especially in data analysis techniques and statistics. Include links to any examples of your writing or analysis skills. Make sure your materials provide your full contact information. Also, let us know about your work and class schedules during the academic year, including the days and hours you would be available to work with the staff at JohnJayREC.

Fellowships awardees are notified via email but personal interviews may be requested.

Send all application materials and correspondence to:

Ms. Rebecca Balletto
Fellowship Coordinator
John Jay College Research and Evaluation Center
rballetto@jjay.cuny.edu