The Interdisciplinary Research Group on Privacy meets weekly on Fridays at the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, home of CRSC. With funding from the Social Science Matrix, Center for Long-term Cybersecurity, the Center for Technology Society and Policy, the SMART program, and the Graduate Division, this research project seeks to understand the deeper cultural logics inherent in shifting views on privacy in the modern world as well as the evolution of its meaning historically in the US context. The group gives undergraduate students at all stages the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience as research assistants. Students learn in a diverse, supportive, small group environment. Still trying to figure out if graduate school is for you? Students also learn skills relevant and marketable outside of the research space. If you are an undergraduate student seeking more information on volunteering as a research assistant, please email Naniette Coleman (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Students interested in being considered for either credit or volunteer positions can apply up until 1/23 through the URAP website.