Student working on a research project.

Plan-REFUGE: Seeking Researchers Fluent In Malayalam, Odiya, And/or Kashmiri

Students interested in creating equitable food systems in the Global South can apply to help on this project in the Food Systems Planning and Healthy Communities lab.
The ‘UB Food Lab’ is focused on policy action research focused on promoting food and health equity for marginalized communities in Buffalo and the Global South.
Our new effort called Planning for Regenerative, Equitable Food Systems in Urbanizing Global Environments (or, Project Plan-REFUGE) is currently underway and we are looking for bi/multilingual UB students from any discipline who want to collaborate with us. Specifically, we are looking for team mates who are fluent in Malayalam, Odiya, and/or Kashmiri to assist with translation of interviews and policy documents.

Research Project Information

Student Skill-Set Needed: Ability to work independently, fluent in Malayalam, Odiya, and/or Kashmiri
Compensation: Salary / Stipend
Available: Spring
Website: http://foodsystemsplanning.ap.buffalo.edu/project/plan-refuge-planning-for-regenerative-equitable-food-systems-in-urbanizing-global-environments-consortium/

Contact

For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Samina Raja
Title: Professor
Department: Urban And Regional Planning
Office: 233 Hayes Hall
Email: sraja@buffalo.edu