Primary Purpose of the Organizational Unit
The complexity of social, economic, and structural factors that have created such lasting social problems as substandard housing, segregation, and homelessness and the need for sustainable community development demand a multidisciplinary, multi-method, community-engaged approach. CHCS brings together faculty from multiple disciplines to address these problems as well as to provide a point of contact for community partners, an opportunity for the practical education and training of UNCG students, and community-based evaluation and sustainable long-term regional planning.
Provide research and dissemination of research data to meet goals and contractual agreements in Center for Housing and Community Studies (CHCS) externally funded grant projects such as Guilford County Solution to the Opioid Problem (GCSTOP), Lead poisoning grant, housing grants, etc.
Master’s degree in Geographic Information Systems with 2-3 years experience in GIS analysis and research.
Experience in dissemination of research data and incorporating into geo databases/spatial data.
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