CCIS works extensively with the media to disseminate its research findings. Research content has been provided for more than 350 print and electronic news reports distributed nationally and internationally. The Center has produced 13 programs on immigration issues for public television. These programs have been broadcast locally, statewide, and nationally by UCSD-TV, UC-TV, and the Dish Network. 

Here is the list of archived media mentions from past years:


December 1st, 2017
More students turn to 'daddy' to pay for college - but it’s not who you think
The Sacramento Bee
Kevin Lewis quoted
November 30th, 2017
Residents of the wall world
The Globe Asahi Shimbun
David Fitzgerald interviewed
November 2nd, 2017
American Studies Association Awards Ceremony
American Studies Association
Curtis Marez's work featured
November 2nd, 2017
Center for American Progress Welcomes Tom K. Wong as Senior Fellow for Immigration Policy
Center for American Progress
Tom Wong mentioned
October 23rd, 2017
History Stories: When American Lawmakers Took a Page from the Nazi Playbook
Natalia Molina's work featured
 October, 2017
America's Wall: Decades-long struggle to secure U.S.-Mexico border
David Fitzgerald quoted
September 20th, 2017
Trump's wall is big, beautiful and dumb--here is a better way to control the border
The Los Angeles Times
Wayne Cornelius
September 6th, 2017
Post-DACA: How Congress can replace Obama's program and make it even better
The Conversation
Wayne Cornelius
September 5th, 2017
A Typical Dreamer Lives in Los Angeles, is from Mexico and came to the U.S. at 6 Years Old
The New York Times
Tom Wong work featured
September 4th, 2017
Op-Ed: Ending DACA would be mean-spirited and shortsighted--even for Trump
LA Times
Wayne Cornelius
August 4th, 2017
The Last Time the U.S. Seriously Considered Merit-Based Immigration
The Atlantic
John D. Skrentny is mentioned
August 3rd, 2017
GOP Plan to Slash Legal Immigration Wins Trump’s Support
John D. Skrentny was a guest on this broadcast
July 14th, 2017
New IGS Chief: California will Model a New Approach for the Nation
Berkeley News
John D. Skrentny featured
July 12th, 2017
Is there a STEM Worker Crisis? Science and Engineering Workforce Development in the U.S.
UC Center Sacramento
John D. Skrentny presented work at the Center
June 27th, 2017
Cities Fight Texas Immigration Law in Federal Court
Courthouse News Service
Tom Wong Highlighted
June 26th, 2017
Texas Cities Haul the State to Court Over Immigration
Tom Wong Highlighted
June 26th, 2017
Ciudades Cargan Contra Estado de Texas in Audiencia sobre ley Migratoria SB4
Hoy Los Angeles
Tom Wong highlighted
June 26th, 2017
Audencia por SB4: Experto Confirma Impacto de ley en Ninos; Estado Trata de Impugnar Testimonial
Tom Wong featured
June 20th, 2017
Emmanuel Macro Just Won a Majority in France's National Assembly. Here's Why it Matters.
The Washington Post
By CCIS's Veronical Hoyo and William Chandler
June 19th, 2017
Trump's Reversal of U.S. Policy on Cuba
The New York Times
Letter to the editor by Wayne Cornelius
June 15th, 2017
Imagine Yourself as a Refugee. That's What Nudges Americans to Take Action on Refugees' Behalf
The Washington Post
By CCIS's Claire Adida, Adeline Lo and Melina Platas
June 6th, 2017
The Effects of Sanctuary Policies on Crime and the Economy
American Political Science Association Organized Section on Migration and Citizenship
by CCIS's Tom K. Wong
May 29th, 2017
You're Just There, Trapped: Why One Mexican Woman Decided to 'Self-deport', long Before Trump
Los Angeles Times
Featuring quotes by David FitzGerald
May 25th, 2017
Up to 600,000 Immigrants in U.S. South may Have Path to Legal Status: Analysis
Featuring Tom Wong
May 16th, 2017
Central American Gangs like MS-13
Featuring Elana Zilberg
May 14th, 2017
Less Crime in Sanctuary Cities? Maybe So
Austin American-Statesman Online
Featuring Tom K. Wong
May 9th, 2017
4 Key Lessons from France's Presidental Election
The Washington Post
By Veronica Hoya and William M. Chandler
May 8th, 2017
Central American Gangs like MS-13 were born out of Failed Anti-crime Policies
The Conversation
Elana Zilberg, CCIS Affiliate, her new book is cited here.
May 8th, 2017
New Collaboration Focuses on Refugee Stories, Experiences and Humanity
UC Merced University News
The UC-wide Critical Refugee Studies Collective, led by Yen Le Espiritu of Ethnic Studies is featured
May 5th, 2017
Engendering Empathy, Begetting Backlash. American Attitudes toward Syrian Refugees
McGill University
Featuring CCIS Affiliate Claire Adida
May 2nd, 2017
Confused about Trump's Border Wall? Here are 7 Essential Reads
Wayne Cornelius
May 1st, 2017
Immigrants, Unions March in US for Rights, Against Trump
Yahoo Finance/Associated Press
Tom Wong quoted
April 23rd, 2017
Le racisme s’immisce aisément et régulièrement dans les processus démocratiques
Interview with David FitzGerald
April 21st-23rd, 2017
Militarism & Migration Conference
San Diego's Heights
organized by Yen Le Espiritu of Ethnic Studies
April 13th, 2017
Austrailan Broadcasting Corporation Program
Australian Broadcasting Corp
Interview with David FitzGerald
April 2nd, 2017
Best Response to Trump is Welcoming and Protecting Immigrants
Oregon Live
By Wayne Cornelius
March 28th, 2017
Palm Springs Protests after Attorney General Jeff Sessions Threatens Sanctuary Cities
The Desert Sun
Tom Wong Cited
March 28th, 2017
U.S. Sanctuary Cities Weigh Response to Trump's Threat to Curb Funding.
Tom Wong cited
March 28th, 2017
Should Sanctuary Cities Lose Federal Funding?
Penn Live
Tom Wong quoted
March 27th, 2017
Jeff Sessions Slams 'Sanctuary Cities': No Federal Grant Money without Compliance
Business Insider
Tom Wong cited
March 16th, 2017
Trump’s Revised Travel Ban Hurts America’s Universities
By John D. Skrentny
February 28th, 2017
No Jargon Podcast: Sanctuary City Limits
Scholars Strategy Network
Interview with Tom Wong
February 24th, 2017
Study Documents How Strict Voter ID Laws Suppress Voting by People of Color
Facing South
Zoltan Hajnal quoted
February 17th, 2017
Will Mexico Pay for the Wall? Experts Pick Sides
John Skrentny highlighted
February 13th, 2017
Integrating Immigrants
Interview with Mary C. Waters and John Skrentny
February 9th, 2017
Surprising Ways Science Survives Travel Bans and Gag Orders
National Geographic
John Skrentny quoted
February 8th, 2017
In Debates About Migration, We Ignore a Huge Portion of Highly Skilled Women
The Conversation
By Adeslam Marfouk - past CCIS visiting researcher
February 7th, 2017
Residents Along US-Mexico Border Shrug Off Trump's Wall Plan
Global Times
David FitzGerald hightlighted
February 7th, 2017
Who Will Pay for Trump's 'Big, Beautiful' Wall?
The Conversation
By Wayne Cornelius
February 6th, 2017
A family affair: how and why second-generation Filipino-Americans engage in transnational social and economic connections
Ethnic and Racial Studies, Taylor & Francis Online
Armand Gutierrez, PhD candidate
February 6th, 2017
Trump Will Lose American Like Pete Wilson Lost California
The Hill
By John Skrentny
February 2nd, 2017
Giving Sanctuary to Undocumented Immigrants Doesn't threaten Public Safety - it Increases It.
Los Angeles Times
By Wayne A. Cornelius, Angela S. Garcia and Monica W. Varsanyi
February 1st, 2017
The Wrong Way to Stop Terrorism
Foreign Affairs
By Claire L. Adida, David D. Laitin, and Marie-Anne Valfort
January 30th, 2017
San Diego Professor Finds Sanctuary Counties Are Safer and Economically Stronger
Tom Wong featured
January 30th, 2017
Sanctuary Counties Are Economically Stronger, Safer, Local Professor Finds
NBC San Diego
Tom Wong's research highlighted
January 30th, 2017
U.S. History Shows The Folly of Trump's Immigration Ban
By David FitzGerald and David Cook Martin
January 29th, 2017
Trump's Immigration Order is Bad Foreign Policy
The Conversation
By David FitzGerald and David Cook Martin
January 27th, 2017
Sanctuary City Policies
Yomiuri Shimbun
Interview with David FitzGerald
January 27th, 2017
Sancturay Cities are Safer and More Productive
The Atlanta CityLab
Tom Wong's research highlighted
January 27th, 2017
Study: Sanctuary Counties Have Lower Crime, Stronger Economies
The Union-Tribune
Tom Wong's research highlighted 
January 27th, 2017
Trump Says Sanctuary Cities are Hotbeds of Crime. Data Says the Opposite.
The Washington Post
Tom Wong's research highlighted
January 26th, 2017
Take Two - Will Trump's Southern Border Wall Prove Effective? History Says No.
89.3 KPCC Los Angeles/ SCPR
Interview with CCIS's S. Deborah Kang
January 26th, 2017
How the U.S. Immigration System Compares to Japan, Canada and the U.K.
wbur 90.9 - Boston's NPR station
Interview with John Skrentny
January 26th, 2017
Qué cambia realmente y qué no tras la orden de Donald Trump de levantar un muro entre EE.UU. y México
BBC Mundo
David FitzGerald quoted
January 26th, 2017
Humanities and Social Sciences Professors Discuss a Future with Trump
UC San Diego News Center
Zoltan Hajnal participant on interveiw panel
January 26th, 2017
Report: The Effects of Sanctuary Policy on Crime and the Economy
Center for American Progress
By Tom Wong
January 25th, 2017
California Border Town Mayor says Trump Plan will Hurt Local Economy
The Desert Sun
David FitzGerald quoted 
January 5th, 2017
Voter Identification Laws and the Supression of Minority Votes
The Journal of Politics
By Zoltan Hajnal, Nazita Lajevardi, Lindsay Nielson
January 5th, 2017
International Solidarity and Ethnic Boundaries: Using the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict to Strengthen Ethno-national claims in Norther Ireland
Wiley Online Library
By Rawan Arar
January 4th, 2017
How Donald Trump Will Make America White Again
The Nation
David FitzGerald quoted
January 3rd, 2017
No Jargon Podcast Episode #65 - Timing is Everything
Scholars Stragey Network
Interview with Zoltan Hajnal


December 18th, 2016
How Trump's Deportation Plans Could Damage our Economy
Mother Jones
Research by Tom Wong cited
December 16th, 2016
Now is the Time to Continue - Not End- DACA
Center for American Progress
By Stephanie Andrade - Tom Wong cited
December 13th, 2016
Death at the Border: Threat of Trump's Wall Intensifies Search for Dying Migrants
David FitzGerald and Ev Meade quoted
November 30th, 2016
Why Immigrants Won't Self-Deport
Los Angeles Times
By Wayne Cornelius
November 29th, 2016
The Election Really Was Rigged
The Washington Post
Zoltan Hajnal quoted and research is featured
November 26th, 2016
Immigrant Exclusion and Insecurity in Africa
An Interview with Claire Adida
November 23rd, 2016
How Mexican-Americans assimilate into U.S. culture
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Associate Dean Natalia Molina for Faculty Equity, Division of Arts and Humanities, CCIS Advisory Board Member
November 18th 2016
Daybreak Africa Podcast
Interview with Claire Adida
November 18th, 2016
Sanctuary Cities: An Explainer
KWBEZ 91.5 Chicago Radio Station
Interview with CCIS Affiliate Angela Garcia, Assistant Professor at University of Chicago
November 14th, 2016
Young 'Dreamers' See Peril as Trump Plans for Deportations
Bloomberg (Politics)
Tom Wong quoted
October 31st, 2016
The Majority of African Migrants Move Between Countries on the Continent
Africa is a Country
Claire Adida featured in article
October, 2016
DACA Study and Reports - Tom Wong
San Diego Union Tribune
Tom Wong cited and quoted
Times of San Diego
KPBS Television Interview with Tom Wong
Tom Wong cited and quoted
New American Media
Tom Wong cited
October 18th, 2016
New Study of Daca Beneficiaries Shows Positive Economic and Educational Outcomes
Center for American Progress
By Tom K. Wong, Greisa Martinez Rosas, Adrian Reyna, Ignacia Rodriguez, Patrick O’Shea, Tom Jawetz, and Philip E. Wolgin
October 7th, 2016
“Immigration and the U.S. Election”
Nippon Television
TV interview with David FitzGerald
October 6th, 2016
The United States of Anxiety Podcast - Episode 3: This Land is My Land, That Land is Your Land
WNYC and The Nation
Interview with David FitzGerald
October 3rd, 2016
Immigration Reform: Disparate Ideas Disparate Futures
New York Times
Wayne Cornelius cited
October 3rd, 2016
Deportation Decline in San Diego Reflects Obama Policy Shift
Wayne Cornelius quoted
September 20th, 2016
Number of Undocumented Mexican Immigrants in the U.S. Keeps Shrinking
Wayne Cornelius quoted
September 19th, 2016
France's Burkini Ban
Daily Sabah
Claire Adida referenced and cited
September 14th, 2016
Bill Riley Insists Voter ID Laws Are Not a Problem
Think Progress
Zoltan Hajnal quoted
September 12, 2016
The Latest Immigration Wave is (Probably) Over
Houston Chronicle
Gordon Hanson cited
September 12, 2016
Executive Power Can Still Affect Immigration Enforcement
The New York Times
By Gordon Hanson
September 8th, 2016
How One U.S. Company is Trying to Surf the Tides of Foreign Trade
PBS Newshour
Gordon Hanson interviewed
September 8th, 2016
Why Voting with you Wallet Means Voting Democratic
By Zoltan Hajnal and Barbara F. Walter
September 8, 2016
The Results on Voter ID Laws are in - and it's Bad News for Ethnic and Racial Minorities
The Los Angeles Times
By Zoltan Hajnal
September 6th, 2016
How Much Do we Really Know About Global Trade's Impacts
The New York Times Magazine
Gordon Hanson cited
September 4th, 2016
On refugees, we must do better: Trump's rhetoric is worse, but both parties have failed
Features commentary by David FitzGerald
September 1, 2016
Donald Trump's Shaky Grasp on Immigration
The New York Times
Gordon Hanson cited
September 1st, 2016
Did Donald Trump's Mexico Gamble Pay Off?
The New York Times
By Wayne Cornelius
August 17th, 2016
Kenyan Refugee Campu Closure Shakes Somali Population
UCSD Politcal Science grad student John Porten and PhD student Michael Seese quoted
August 14th, 2016
If Millenials Truly Want a To Start a Political Revolution, They'll Need to Vote
Zoltan Hajnal quoted
August 11th, 2016
Global Migration and Extraterritorial Controls: The Case of International Refugee Policy in Ukraine
Taylor & Francis Online
August 3rd, 2016
Titghter Restrictions Are Losing In the Battle Over Voter ID Laws
Features research by Zoltan Hajnal of Political Science, UCSD
July 31st, 2016
¿Por qué los latinos definirán el próximo presidente de EEUU?
El Nacional
CCIS Co-Director David FitzGerald quoted
July 29th, 2016
Court of appeals strikes down North Carolina votor ID law, citing "racially discriminatory intent"
Vice News
Features research by Zoltan Hajnal of Political Science, UCSD
July 7th, 2016
Election 2016 is Propelled by the American Economy's Failed Promises
The Wall Street Journal
UCSD's Economist Gordon Hanson quoted
July 2nd, 2016
Is Free Trade Dead?
Investor's Business Daily
Gordon Hanson cited
June 30th
The Consensus Crumbles
The Economist
Gordon Hanson cited
June 28th, 2016
Trump Speech Recants 30 years of Republican Trade Thinking
Bloomberg Politics
Gordon Hanson cited
June 28th, 2016
The Harsh Downside of Free Trade - and the Glimmer of Hope
The Christian Science Monitor
Gordon Hanson cited
June 20th, 2016
Dismembered Central American Migrants Ask For Change in U.S. Strategy
By Jean Guerrero interviewing Director David FitzGerald
June 2016
One Muslim is enough! Evidence from a field experiment in France
Annals of Economics & Statistics
By Claire Adida, David Laitin, Marie-Anne Valfort
June 6th, 2016
US Voter ID Laws Balance Risk of Fraud, Barring People From Polls
Voice of America
UCSD's Zoltan Hajnal
May 23rd, 2016
Refugee Crisis in Europe, Part 2
David S. FitzGerald, minute 21
May 18th, 2016
Preferences in the early stages of mate choice
Social Forces
By Kevin Lewis
May 16th, 2016
Can the humanities help us move the needle on social change?
California Humanities
By Natalia Molina, Blog article
May 14th, 2016
The real refugee crisis is in the Middle East, not Europe
Washington Post
Rawan Arar, Lisel Hintz and Kelsey P. Norman
April 26th, 2016
Don't fear Muslim immigrants; They aren't the real problem
Foreign Affairs
By Claire Adida, David Laithin, Marie-Anne Valfort
March 2016
Sociology in the Era of Big Data: The Ascent of Forensic Social Science
The American Sociologist
Daniel A. McFarland, Kevin Lewis, and Amir Goldberg
March 2016
Stricter Voter Identification Laws Advantage Whites - and Skew American Democracy to the Right
Scholars Strategy Network
Zoltan Hajnal, Nazita Lajevardi and Lindsay Nielson
January 23rd, 2016
Report: 27 million Latinos eligible to vote
The San Diego Union~Tribune
Professor Marisa Abrajano, CCIS Affiliate
January 2016
Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies
Claire Adida, David Laitin, Marie-Anne Valfort
October-December 2015
La economia global localizada en el norte de Marruecos
Antonio Trinidad Requena, Rosa M. Soriano-Miras, Francisco Barros Rodriguez, Kathryn Kopinak and Jenna Hennebry


December 19th, 2015
Ted Cruz accidentally makes a good point: The Democratic Party's immigration record is atrocious
Co-director David FitzGerald
December 13th, 2015
How do Muslims qua Muslims integrate in the US?
Economics Bulletin
By Claire Adida, David Laitin, Marie-Anne Valfort
December 1st, 2015
Refugees and an avalanche of numbers
APPS Policy Forum
Claire Higgins & Rawan Arar
December 2015
Three fallacies of digital footprints
Big Data & Society
Kevin Lewis
November 20th, 2015
American Politicians' Reactions to Refugees Echo Past Xenophobia: Which Sice of History Do we Want to Be on?
Huffington Post
Seth M. Holmes, Jennifer Burrell, Heide Castaneda
November 10th, 2015
More immigrants pursuing STEM careers, report says by Tatiana Sanchez
San Diego Union Tribune
CCIS co-director John Skrentny is quoted in this San Diego Union Tribune post.
November 1st, 2015
The Demise of Evidence-Based Policy Making: The Case of Immigration
EA Chronicles
An article by CCIS Founder Wayne Cornelius with Stanford Lakoff
October 9th, 2015
Racial Scripts and Counterscripts
University of California Press - Blog
By Natalia Molina
September 29th, 2015
Walls are not the Solution
David FitzGerald and Akos Rona-Tas
September 17th, 2015
Playing' at the ethnic boundary: strategic boundary making/unmaking among ethnic Chinese groups in Australia
Taylor & Francis Online
Yao Tai-Li
Fall 2015
White Backlash: Immigration, Race and American Politics
Book by: Marisa Abrajano and Zoltan Hajnal
September 4th, 2015
What if the U.S. ended birthright citizenship? by Daniel
González and Dan Nowicki
Arizona Republic
CCIS co-director John Skrentny is quoted in Arizona Republic post.
August 23rd, 2015
Fact-checking the Dick Cheney-John Kerry faceoff on
‘Morning Joe’ by Will Cabaniss
Tampa Bay Times
CCIS co-director John Skrentny is quoted in Tampa Bay Times post.
August 13th, 2015
The House is picking a fight with ‘sanctuary city’
ordinances. How is this like the fugitive slave laws? by Allan Colbern
The Washington Post
Allan Colbern is a former CCIS Visiting Fellow
August 6th, 2015
50 years on, does the Voting Rights Act offer adequate protection?
CCIS scholar Zoltan Hajnal appearing on The PBS Newshour to discuss the Voting Rights Act
PBS Newshour
Watch Video and Read Transcript
August 5th, 2015
San Diego a sanctuary city? Officials say no by Tatiana Sanchez
The San Diego Union-Tribune
CCIS co-director David FitzGerald is quoted in a San Diego Union-Tribune post.
July 25th, 2015
Crime and sanctuary: Amend policies, don’t end them by
David FitzGerald & Angela S. Garcia
The San Diego Union-Tribune
CCIS co-director David FitzGerald & Angela S. Garcia, UCSD Graduate Student Researcher at CCIS op-ed piece on sanctuary cities.
July 23rd, 2015
Researching the Role of America’s Shadow Training
System by Henry DeVries
CCIS co-director John Skrentny is quoted in UC San Diego Extension post.
UC San Diego Extension
July 17,2015
Trump says building a U.S.-Mexico wall is ‘easy.’ But is
it really? by Jerry Markon
The Washington Post
Wayne Cornelius, UCSD Professor and Director of the Mexican Migration Field Research Program, is mentioned in The Washington Post post
Read Full Post
July 12th, 2015
California measure would allow work permits for
farmworkers here illegally by Kurt Chibas
Los Angeles Times
CCIS co-director, David FitzGerald, is mentioned in a Los Angeles Times post..
July 9th, 2015
Results from A Nationwide Survey of DACA Recipients Illustrate the Program's Impact
By Tom K. Wong, Ph.D., @twong002; Kelly K. Richter, Ignacia Rodriguez, Philip E. Wolgin
July 7th, 2015
Straight Talk on Immigration & Crime by David FitzGerald
CCIS co-director, David FitzGerald, discusses the actual stats, which Bill O’Reilly and Donald Trump won’t provide.
AAPI Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S.
Culling the Masses: Winner of ASA International Migration Section’s Thomas & Znaniecki Award
Culling the Masses: Co-Winner of ASA Political Sociology Section's Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship (Book) Award
June 9th, 2015
UC San Diego Receives Grant for Groundbreaking Research in
Global Health and Development by Christine Clark
UC San Diego News Center
Claire Adida, UCSD Faculty Affliate at CCIS, is mentioned in UC San Diego News Article
Spring 2015
Fift Years of "New" Immigration
Sage Journals
Moving forward from the Hart-Cellar Act with John D. Skrentny, Jennifer Lee, Jody Aguis Vallejo, Zulema Valdez, and Donna R. Gabaccia
Spring 2015 vol. 14 no. 2 12-21
Culling the Masses: Winner of Best Book Prize for Books on Migration and Citizenship Published in 2014
Spring 2015
International Journal of Drug Policy publishes “The role of visual markers in police victimization among structurally vulnerable persons in Tijuana, Mexico”
Volume 26, Issue 5, May 2015, Pages 501–508
Miguel Pinedo, Jose Luis Burgos, Adriana Vargas Ojeda, David FitzGerald, Victoria D. Ojeda
May 27th, 2015
Fewer immigrants are entering the U.S. illegally, and
that’s changed the border security debate by Jerry Markon
The Washington Post
Wayne Cornelius, UCSD Professor and Director of the Mexican Migration Field Research Program, is mentioned in The Washington Post post
May 22nd, 2015
This Mostly Latino City is So Tough On Immigrants They
Call It “Little Arizona” by David Noriega
Buzz Feed News
Angela S. Garcia, UCSD Graduate Student Researcher at CCIS, is mentioned in The Buzz Feed News post
May 22nd, 2015
Voter Turnout in U.S. Mayoral Elections Is Pathetic, But
It Wasn’t Always This Way by Daniel Denvir
The Atlantic City Lab
A short history of how America’s urban voters stopped showing up at the polls.
Zoltan Hajnal, UCSD Professor of Political Science and CCIS Affiliate, is mentioned in The Atlantic CityLab post
May 6th, 2015
California Leads Increase In Remittances To Mexico From U.S.
CCIS co-director, David FitzGerald, is mentioned in a KPBS post.
After Civil Rights by John D. Skrentny: Winner of Princeton University’s 2014 Richard A. Lester Award for the Outstanding Book in Labor Economics and Industrial Relations and Winner of 2015 Western Social Science Association Distinguished Book Award
Culling the Masses is a finalist for the 2015 Theodore Saloutos Book Prize of the Immigration and Ethnic History Society (for the best book in U.S. immigration history published in 2014)
Nación de emigrantes: Cómo maneja México su migración by David FitzGerald
Published: 2014, 304 pages, paperback [Published as Nation of Emigrants in 2009]
January 5th, 2015
One Step In and One Step Out: New Book from CCIS on DACA
CCIS Members and Affiliates - Hillary S. Kosnac; Wayne A. Cornelius; Tom K. Wong; Micah Gell-Redman; and D. Alex Hughes


November 21st, 2014
The Democrats’ Immigration Problem – NY Times Op-Ed by Zoltan Hajnal
The New York Times
Zoltan Hajnal, UCSD Professor of Political Science and CCIS Affiliate, with an Op-Ed Contribution to the New York Times.
August 1st, 2014
Value of Racial Differences 50 Years after the Civil Rights Act
The San Diego Union Tribune
Co-Director John Skrentny writes in the San Diego Union-Tribune about employment, law and the demography of California.
July 25th, 2014
The Civil Rights Act is Broken… Law Now Source of
CCIS Co-Director John Skrentny discussed the disconnect between the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the diverse America of today
July 22nd, 2014
Immigrant Children Find U.S. Support as Some Oppose
Help by Jennifer Oldham
Bloomberg Business
CCIS co-director, David FitzGerald, is cited in a Bloomberg Business post.
July 22nd, 2014
The Civil Rights Act Is Broken
CCIS Co-Director John Skrentny discussed the disconnect between the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the diverse America of today.
June 30th, 2014
Co-Director John Skrentny discusses the Supreme Court and “our national delusion about race”
The Society Pages
CCIS Co-Director John Skrentny talks with Office
Hours host Sarah Lageson about his new book After
Civil Rights: Racial Realism in the New American Workplace.
June 24th, 2014
The New York Times mentions Culling the Masses
The New York Times
CCIS co-director, David FitzGerald, is mentioned in a New York Times post.
June 23rd, 2014
Politics of border security hamper immigration reform by
Bob Ortega and Erin Kelly
The Arizona Republic
CCIS co-director, David FitzGerald, is cited in an Arizona Republic post.
June 12th, 2014
interview on Culling the Masses
Grinnell College professor David Cook-Martín and University of California, San Diego, professor David Scott FitzGerald discuss their book in an interview.
June 10th, 2014
5 answers: Why the surge in migrant children at border? by
Bob Ortega
The Arizona Republic
CCIS co-director, David FitzGerald is cited in an Arizona Republic post.
May 13th, 2014
Interview featuring John Skrentny
CCIS co-director John Skrentny interviewed by Peggy Pico, KPBS News
May 13th, 2014
New Bias Seen In Workplace: Treating Race as a
CCIS co-director John Skrentny discusses racial qualifications or “racial realism” in the workplace.
May 6th, 2014
John Skrentny’s Op-Ed in The New York Times
The New York Times
CCIS co-director John Skrentny discusses racial qualifications or “racial realism” in the workplace.
April 1st, 2014
Immigrant Exclusion and Insecurity in Africa
Cambridge University Press
Claire L. Adida
April 22nd, 2014
Interview featuring David FitzGerald
CCIS co-director David FitzGerald traces American History of Democracy, Racist Immigration Laws
January 23rd, 2014
After Civil Rights explores racial realism in the workplace (Florida Courier)
CCIS co-director John Skrentny's book "After Civil Rights: Racial Realism in the New American Workplace" is discussed


November 16th, 2013
Affirmative Inaction
Co-Director John Skrentny discusses the Supreme Court and “our national delusion about race”
November 4th, 2013
California Congressman To Propose Middle Road On Immigration Reform (KPBS)
CCIS research associate Tom Wong comments on Republican image and immigration policies.
October 25th, 2013
If Vote Was Today, Immigration Reform Would Fail House
CCIS research associate Tom Wong discusses his prediction model of support and opposition to immigration reform among members of Congress.
September 1st, 2013
A Dream Deferred: America’s Changing View of Civil Rights
Live Science
Co-director John Skrentny was interviewed for an article on Live Science about the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
July 30th, 2013
Immigration reform predictions are mathematical and personal
LA Times
CCIS research associate Tom Wong was the feature of a recent LA Times profile. Wong, who is also a UCSD political science professor, is currently blogging about the chances for comprehensive immigration reform in the U.S. Congress.
July 20th, 2013
Border security faults may be result of poor analysis
Arizona Republic
Co-Director David FitzGerald was interviewed by the Arizona Republic about the efficacy of border enforcement measures in stopping those attempting to cross clandestinely.
July 3rd, 2013
Making San Diego an international hub
U~T San Diego
Rather than putting our effort towards border control David FitzGerald & John D. Skrentny suggest that we utilize our proximity to Mexico to strengthen our economy.
February 7th, 2013
Qualcomm CEO Discusses Immigration With Obama (UT San Diego)
U~T San Diego
Director John Skrentny comments on issues of high skilled migration in the tech sector.
January 9th, 2013
Tom K. Wong on Life as an Undocumented Youth
CCIS research associate Tom Wong talks about his life as an undocumented youth.