was awarded funding by the National Science Foundation for the project "Building Social Science Data Infrastructure: The 2016 Asian American Survey", April 21, 2016.
was awarded a 2016 Sloan Research Fellowship by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The $55,000 fellowship is a two-year award.
Craig Volden co-awarded $200,000 grant for research from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's The Madison Initiative
was co-awarded $200,000 from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's The Madison Initiative for his congressional legislative research. The new grant was announced in 'Research project measuring congressional effectiveness to expand with $200,000 grant' on Vanderbilt University Research News, February 22, 2016.
and Kristen Harknett (Cohort 9 - Berkeley/UCSF) have won a grant from the Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline (FAD) for $7,596 to conduct research on 'Employment Precarity and Famly Well-Being: Evidence from San Francisco 's Predictable Scheduling and Fair Treatment of Retail Employees Ordinance'. The FAD grant is jointly funded by the American Sociological Association (ASA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Dr. Harknett is Associate Professor, in the Department of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.
receives two grants: one from the Spencer Foundation and the other from the Russell Sage Foundation to conduct field experiments on the outcomes of college graduates in the spring of 2016
Spencer Foundation study is titled: "Higher Education Credentials: Changes in Race and Gender Labor Market Opportunities over Time."
Sage Foundation study is titled: "Inequality and the Rising Tide: Do Better Macroeconomic Conditions Reduce Racial Discrimination among College Graduates?"