Selected immigration-related grants and awards for Faculty Associates (2010-2012)

 
Frank D. Bean
Title: Family and Health among Mexican Children of Immigrants.
Granting agency: National Institute of Child Health & Development
Time period: 2010-2015
 
Title: Generating Linked NCHS and OIS Data for Immigrant Health and Mortality Research.
Granting agency: National Institute of Child Health & Development
Time period: 2009-2012
 
Title: Population Dynamics and its Effectiveness.
Granting agency: Office of Policy and Planning, DHS
Time period: 2009-2011
Other personnel: Susan K. Brown
 
Title: Immigration Estimation: New Approaches and Results.
Granting agency: Science and Technology Directorate, DHS
Time period: 2008-2011
 
 
Susan K Brown
Title: Unauthorized Immigration and Immigrant Integration.
Granting agency: Russell Sage Foundation
Time period: 2010-2011
Other personnel: Frank D. Bean
 
Title: Mexican Immigrant Group Incorporation.
Granting agency: Russell Sage Foundation
Time period: 2008-2010
Other personnel: Frank D. Bean (Co-PI) 
 
 
Kitty Calavita 
Title: Prisoner Grievances in California: Disputing Behind Bars.
Granting agency: National Science Foundation
Time period: 2009-2011
 
Title: A Room in the Jungle: The Residential Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
Granting agency: The John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation
Time period: 2009-2010
 
 
Leo Chavez
Title: IIMMLA Data Analysis & Writing Project.
Granting agency: Russell Sage Foundation
Time period: 2008-2011
Other personnel: Louis DeSipio (Co PI)
 
 
Susan C. B. Coutin 
Title: On the Record: Archival Practices in Immigrant and Indigenous Advocacy.
Granting agency: National Science Foundation, Law and Social Science Program
Time period: 2011-2014
 
Title: Citizenship and Membership at Odds? Legal Histories of One-and a-Half Generation Salvadoran Immigrants.
Granting agency: National Science Foundation
Time period: 2006-2011
 
 
Greg Duncan
Title: Human Capital Interventions across Childhood and Adolescence.
Granting agency: National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
Time period: 2011-20112
 
Title: Effective Early Childhood Education Programs: Meta-Analytic Lessons from High Quality Program Evaluations.
Granting agency: National Forum on Early Childhood Policy and Programs
Time period: 2011-2013
 
Title: Neighborhood Effects on Health.
Granting agency: Department of Education
Time period: 2010-2012
 
Title: Social Inequality and Educational Disadvantage.
Granting agency: Department of Education
Time period: 2009-2012
 
Title: Preschool Program Impacts on School Readiness: Variation by Prior Child Language and Attention Skills, and the Quality of Infant/Toddler Care.
Granting agency: National Institute of Education
Time period: 2009-2012
 
Title: A Cross-National Study of SES Differences in and Adult Correlates of Age 7-10 Achievement, Attention, and Behavioral Skills
Granting agency: Russell Sage Foundation
Time period: 2009-2010
 
Title: Long Term Effects of Neighborhoods on Low Income Youth.
Granting agency: Department of Education
Time period: 2008-2011
 
 
George Farkas
Title: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Services for Communication Delays and Disorders in Preschoolers: Population-based Estimates.
Granting agency: National Center for Special Education Research
Time period: 2012-2013
 
Title: Preschool Program Impacts on School Readiness: Variation by Prior Child Language and Attention Skills, and the Quality of Infant/Toddler Care.
Granting agency: National Institute of Education
Time period: 2009-2012
 
Title: Poverty, Low Birth weight & Early Cognitive Delay: A Population-Based Approach.
Granting agency: National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
Time period: 2009-2011
 
 
Cynthia Feliciano
Title: Gendered Racial Preferences in Dating among College Students.
Granting agency: UCI CORCL, Cultural Diversity Research Grant
Time period: 2011-2012
Other personnel: Belinda Robnett (Co-PI)
 
Title: Opportunities and Obstacles to Postsecondary Success among Low-Income Youth.
Granting agency: Gates Foundation/UC ACCORD
Time period: 2009-2013
 
Title: A National Portrait of 16-26 year olds who are not on-track to Attain a Post-secondary Education (PSE) Credential with Value in the Labor Market: Identifying Opportunities and Obstacles to Attainment
Granting agency: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Time period: 2009-2012
 
 
Wang Feng
Title: Below Replacement Fertility in China and Its Economic and Social Implications.
Granting agency: John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Time period: 2008-2012
 
 
Sara Goodman
Title: Immigration Politics in Western Europe.
Granting agency: European Union Centers of Excellence
Time period: 2011-2011
 
 
John R. Hipp
Title: Community Change and Recidivism: The Interrelationship Between Neighborhood Ecology and Prisoner Reintegration.
Granting agency: Federal Department of HUD
Time period: 2010-2012
 
Title: Large-Scale Spatially Embedded Interpersonal Networks: Measurement, Modeling, and Dynamics.
Granting agency: National Science Foundation
Time period: 2008-2011
 
Title: Spreading the Wealth: The effect of the Distribution of Income and Race/Ethnicity across Households and Neighborhoods on City Crime Trajectories.
Granting agency: Department of Justice –Office of Justice Programs
Time period: 2008-2010
 
 
Cynthia Lakon
Title: Cascades of Network Structure & Function: Pathways to Adolescent Substance Use.
Granting agency: National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Time period: 2012-2014
 
Title: Twitter-enabled Mobile Messaging for Smoking Relapse Prevention.
Granting agency: National Institutes of Health
Time period: 2011-2014
 
 
Jennifer Lee
Title: Los Angeles' New Second Generation: Mobility, Identity, and the Making of a New American Metropolis.
Granting agency: Russell Sage Foundation
Time period: 2008-2011
 
Title: Becoming ‘Ethnic’ or becoming ‘American’: The multi-faceted Experiences of LA’s new Generation.
Granting agency: Russell Sage Foundation
Time period: 2011-2012
 
 
Michael J. Montoya
Title: Transnationalizing Gangs Expertise, Advocacy, and the Politics of Policymaking.
Granting agency: John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation
Time period: 2010-2011
 
 
David Neumark 
Title: Did State Job Creation Hiring Credits Moderate the Effects of the Great Recession?
Granting agency: Annie E. Casey Foundation
Time period: 2012
 
Title: Tracking Economic Performance of the States.
Granting agency: Next 10
Time period: 2011-2012
 
Title: The Effects of Increases in the Normal Retirement Age when age 
Discrimination Protections are Stronger: Evidence from the Hiring Side.
Granting agency: University of Michigan Retirement Research Center
Time period: 2011-2012
 
Title: An Evaluation of Recent Evidence on the Employment Effects of Minimum Wages.
Granting agency: Employment Policies Institute
Time period: 2011-2012
 
Title: Health Insurance, Labor Supply and Health.
Granting agency: National Cancer Institute
Time period: 2007-2012
 
 
Andrew Penner 
Title: Human Capital Interventions across Childhood and Adolescence.
Granting agency: National Center for Child Health and Development
Time period: 2011-2016
 
 
Ana Rosas 
Title: Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowship 2009.
Granting agency: National Academy of Sciences
Time period: 2009-2012
 
 
Judith Treas
Title: Understanding Gender Inequality in Household Labor.
Granting agency: National Science Foundation
Time period: 2008-2012

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