Students Research Awardees

2018-19 Awardees
P.I. Name/Dept. Project Title
Bleemer, Zach (Economics) Long-Run Wage Returns by Field of Study
Brick , Carmen (Sociology) Welfare State Development and Low-Wage Labor Markets: Examining Variation in the Adoption of State Earned Income Tax Credits
Dagonel, Angelo (Political Science) Employee verification and unauthorized immigrant earnings
Fabros, Alinaya  (Sociology)  The Making of Transnational Labor Force: An Interngenerational Study of Global Labor Circulation from the Philippines, 1974-2016
Garcia Valdivia, Isabel (Sociology) Aging Immigrants: The Effects of Legal Status on Old Age Mexican-Origin Immigrants
Haegele, Ingrid (Economics) Biases in HR Practices and Labor Market Disparities
Jonas, Anne E. (School of Information) Virtual Hell? The Changing Nature of Teaching in Online Schools
LaBriola, Joe (Sociology) Estimating Causal Effects of Employment in ‘Good’ versus ‘Bad’ Industries After Release from Prison
Muñoz-Henríquez, Pablo (Economics) Labor Market Returns to Student Loans
Rao, Manaswini & Vaishnavi Surendra (ARE) Gender Wage Gap in Agricultural Labor Markets in Rural India
Reddy, Diana (Jurisprudence and Social Policy) Organized Labor as Interest Group, Organized Labor as Social Movement: Framing and Collective Identity in Class-Based Contention after Neoliberalism
Chang, Andy Scott (Sociology) Globalization from Below: Migration, Gender, and Cultural Change in Indonesia and Taiwan
Shaolin Belal, Saika (ARE) Does an unpredictable work schedule impede ability to plan?
Stoller, Sarah (History) Inventing the Working Parent: Work, Gender, and Feminism in Neoliberal Britain
Turner, Clara (City and Regional Planning) Economic Impacts of Naturalization on Young Immigrants
Unrath, Matthew (Public Policy) Evaluation of Trade Adjustment Assistance
Willa Luhr, Sigrid (Sociology) Diversity and Inclusion in the San Francisco Bay Area Tech Industry
Winicki, Paula (Sociology) Organizing Despite Precarity