Center for Housing and Community Engagement

Undergraduate Research Assistants

Linda Cheng

Linda Cheng

Linda Cheng


Linda Cheng is a second year undergraduate student in the Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is majoring in finance and minoring in statistics. Linda is currently a part of the Lloyd International Honors College as well as the Disciplinary Honors Program. She has been on Chancellor’s, Dean’s, as well as the Lloyd International Honors College Dean’s List every semester, and is a recipient of the Chancellor’s and Parker’s Scholarships. Linda has interests ranging from public finance to reformative public policy, and an especial passion for poverty alleviation through sustainable infrastructural economic development. Through her research at the Center for Housing and Community Studies, Linda hopes to not only gain experience in both data discovery and analysis, but most importantly, be a part of the much needed restorative change the community needs. When not working to better her community, Linda enjoys running, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.

 

Amanda Pausch

Amanda Pausch

Amanda Pausch


Amanda is a senior at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, completing a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology.  She has been on the Dean’s List multiple semesters and is a member of the Alpha Kappa Delta International Honor Society of Sociology, through which she was a recipient of the David F. Mitchell Award in 2017.  Upon graduation in May of 2018, she intends to continue her education through a graduate program at UNCG, and eventually pursue a career focusing on data collection and analysis.  Amanda also has a great interest in the subject of criminal justice, examining structural inequalities as they relate to crime and incarceration, and intersectional feminism.