Naniette Coleman awarded The UC-National Lab In-Residence Graduate Fellowship

Naniette H. Coleman, a doctoral candidate in Sociology and Graduate Student in Residence at the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, has been awarded the University of California-National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship. Research sponsored by this program targets areas of strategic importance to UC, and provides an important foundation for students enhancing their competitiveness for extramural support. Naniette, whose research focuses on privacy, cybersecurity, and surveillance, will spend extensive time over the next 2-3 years at Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico, where she will complete her dissertation and collaborate with and receive research mentoring from LANL researchers in coordination with the Sociology Department at Berkeley.