CIRI Fellowship Recipients

The California Immigration Research Initiative is offering graduate student fellowships of $9,000 each for doctoral students at any University of California campus researching immigration in California.

 

 

2018

 

 Recipient

 UC Campus

 Department

 Title

 Beck, Kevin & Shklyan,   Karina

 San Diego  Sociology  How Does the Context of Reception Affect the Civil   Participation of Undocumented Immigrants in   California?
 Fabros, Alinaya  Berkeley  Sociology  Migrant Worker Aging and the Rise of Transnational   Woker Families: The Case of Elderly Filipino   Workers  in California and the Middle East, 1974-2016
 Hill, Alexandra &   Ambrozek, Charlotte  Davis  Agrculture & Resource   Economics  Immigration Enforcement, Maternal Stress, and Child   Birthweight
 Nojan, Saugher  Santa Cruz  Sociology  Comparing Racialization in California College   Student Experiences Amidst Contentious Climates

 

2017

 

 Recipient

 UC Campus

 Department

 Title

 Clark-Rubio, Elizabeth   Hanna  Irvine  Anthropology  Negotiating Eligibility: Gender and Race in Victim-   Based Immigration Relief
 Lakhani, Sarah  Berkeley  School of Law  Mediated Justice: How Video Teleconferencing   Shapes Deportation
 Phillips, Christian D.  Berkeley  Travers Department of   Political Science  Double Binds and Triple Threats: Race, Gender and   Immigration in American Elections
 Pulles, Stephanie  Irvine  Sociology  Enterprise and Social Mobility: Intergenerational   Patterns of Latino Self-Employment
 Savinar, Robin  Davis  Sociology  The Occupational Experiences of Skilled Migrant   Labor in the United States
 Shanahan, Brendan  Berkeley  History  Making Modern American Citizenship: Aliens and   Citizens in the United States, 1882-1952
 Viana, Joseph   Los Angeles  Health Policy and   Management, Fielding   School of Public Health

 The Remaining Uninsured: Children of Immigrants in   California

 Young, Maria Elena  Los Angeles  Community Health   Sciences  State-level immigrant integration policies and   disparities in health care: A project to measure and   assess the impact of state policy on immigrant   health