PAIS

El Programa de Adiestramiento en Investigación Sub-graduada (PAIS) es una iniciativa del Centro de Investigación Social Aplicada (CISA). El programa está dirigido a proveer a los/as estudiantes del Departamento de Ciencias Sociales una experiencia de investigación de un año académico en áreas temáticas de actualidad en las diversas disciplinas de las Ciencias Sociales. Los objetivos específicos de PAIS son los siguientes:

1) fortalecer destrezas en aspectos teóricos y metodológicos del proceso de investigación,

2) proveer apoyo a los/as estudiantes en el proceso de divulgar los hallazgos y

3) asistir a los/as estudiantes en el proceso de solicitar a programas de investigación de verano en Estados Unidos y otros países.

Criterios de elegibilidad:

Ser estudiante regular, esto es, tener matriculados 12 créditos o más.

Pertenecer a uno de los cinco programas del Departamento de Ciencias Sociales.

Tener un promedio académico general de 3.0 o más.

Tener aprobado al menos 24 créditos y estar en segundo o tercer año.

Tener aprobado el curso o cursos básicos de su programa.

Le incluimos vídeo en donde el Dr. Douglas Santos describe el programa:


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