Check out our newest interview with Director of Content Viral Mistry!
Check out our newest interview with Managing Editor Chandana Pandurangi!
We are now doing video interviews with some of our undergraduate students! Check out our first interview with Saloni Lad, former Director of Content, where she talks about her research experience.
The following is the record of an interview with 4th year CWRU student Kevin Kwock. He’s currently working on his B.S.E. Engineering Physics and music performance degree, B.A. Music – Piano and Harpsichord
1. Can you take me through what research you’ve done/ are currently working on?
The following is the record of an interview with 4th year CWRU student Tori Hamilton. She’s getting ready to graduate with her degree in Sociology:
Can you take me through what research you’ve done/ are currently working on?
Last semester I completed my capstone project titled “Restaurants, Re-Entry, and Recidivism: A Qualitative Analysis of Cleveland’s Re-Entry Programs,” which was a series of interviews I conducted with individuals working on re-entry programs as well as hiring formerly incarcerated people. In total, I interviewed two individuals working in Cleveland for culinary training programs that work with formerly/currently incarcerated individuals, and two employers in the area–one of which runs a restaurant. I looked to better understand the roles that these programs took on, and how they functioned within Cleveland’s community. Continue reading “Discussions with an Undergraduate Researcher”
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