University of Wisconsin-Madison, Undergraduate Research Supervision
Sociology Research Practicum
Summer 2017 (3 students) Fall 2017 (3 students) Spring 2018 (5 students)
"I appreciate the research skills that learning to code has taught me. It's given me a new way of thinking and it's informed me on how to go about how I might go about my own research. Before this course, I'd have ideas about information/research I wanted to gather but didn't know how I would go about that process because it seemed like an overwhelming task."
"Nona is an excellent person to work under. She is clear about expectations, encouraging, understanding, and driven. Her work is great and I look forward to see how it progresses."
"The readings always added to my experience and it felt especially topical given the political climate and our Dept of Education right now. I feel like I understand so much more about the history of campus sexual assault. "
"Thank you for caring about this work and creating a unique and enriching research project that will make a great impact on not only this campus, but on campuses all over the country. I am so proud to say I am a part of it."