2017

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Nicole Bonino (Spanish, Italian, Portuguese) My dissertation project is focused on the Italian migration to Argentina.

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Sharon Tsai-hsuan Ku (Engineering & Society) This project aims to develop a global classroom through a teaching collaboration betw

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

John Echeverri-Gent (Politics) At a time when big data and sophisticated statistical models of causal inference dominate the social sc

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Devaki Ghose (Economics) I estimate the contribution of vertical linkage (the linkage between input suppliers and output prod

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Sophie Osotimehin (Economics) By how much could countries raise their income per capita by adopting regulations that enhance competiti

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Jinchao Zhao (Art and Architectural History) By connecting known Chinesest≈´pasdated before the seventh century CE t

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Arlene Keeling (Nursing) Today the United States is faced with questions about immigration policies and the conflict of those polici

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Andrew Frankel (Curry: Education Leadership, Policy, and Foundations) This project explores the implications of the Education

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Holly Runde (French) My dissertation focuses on an empathetic reading of narratives about abortion by French women writers

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Melvyn Leffler and William Hitchcock (History) The 2017 Ambassador William C. Battle Symposium, "U.S.

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Abeer Saha (History) Our current crisis of climate change was preceded by the crisis of stratospheric ozone depletion and the

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Mark Schwartz (Politics) Housing is a central economic ($33 trillion in US housing wealth) and social (how do I make my mortgage?) i