The Center for Communication and Civic Engagement is dedicated to research, the creation of citizen resources and student-designed learning experiences that develop new areas of positive citizen involvement in politics and social life. Their primary focus is to understand how new information technologies can supplement more traditional forms of communication to facilitate new forms of civic engagement. The Center for Communication and Civic Engagement offers undergraduate research opportunities in the form of academic internships and paid research assistantships.
Students whose interests lie within the scope of the Center's research agenda may assist with the development of current projects; others may pursue new projects.
Current research assistants and interns are involved in collecting, coding and analyzing large amounts of data related to global citizen issue campaigns for the Center's archives. Research positions with the Center are flexible to allow the pursuit of a broad range of research interests.
For additional information, visit the CCCE website at: depts.washington.edu/ccce/