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Michel Estefan has received the Reinhard Bendix Memorial Fellowship for 2019-2020 from the Institute of International Studies.
Dear campus community,
Caleb Scoville receives 2019 Mike Synar Research Fellowship from the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley.
2019-2020 BERKELEY EMPIRICAL LEGAL STUDIES (BELS) GRADUATE FELLOWS from Berkeley Sociology: David Showalter “Formal and Informal Social Control in a Remote California Town”
Santiago Molina has been awarded a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award for the project "Institutionalizing Standards in Clinical Genome Editing” advised by Marion Fourcade.
Politifact consults Prof. Schneider on economic precarity: An unexpected $400 expense would be damaging for many, but Kamala Harris overstates report’s finding
Irene Bloemraad has been chosen to co-direct a 5 year/$5 million research program on “Boundaries, Membership and Belonging” out of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.
Giovanni Roman Torres (BA 2016), now at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, and Anthony Williams (BA 2016), now at UCLA, have received National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships. Andrew Levine Murray, now at NYU, received Honorable Mention.
Kirsten Krusell and Isaac Dalke have received National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships
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Christopher Muller has received an IPUMS Published Research award for “Freedom and Convict Leasing in the Postbellum South.” American Journal of Sociology 124(2): 367-405. By linking Georgia convict records to 1880 IPUMS USA microdata, NHGIS county data, and other historical data, Muller shows that “black men were most likely to be imprisoned in the convict lease system [in counties] where they overcame whites’ efforts to preserve their position as dependent agricultural laborers.
Joe LaBriola received a 2018 IPUMS Student Research award for his work with Daniel Schneider on “Worker Power and Class Polarization in Intra-Year Work Hour Volatility.” UC Berkeley. SocArXiv.
Michel Estefan has received the 2019 SAGE Publishing Keith Roberts Teaching Innovations Award.
Criminal justice reform must do more than shrink prison populations
Jonah Stuart Brundage has accepted a Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Perry World House at the University of Pennsylvania
Caleb Scoville receives the Pacific Sociological Association's 2019 Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award for his paper entitled "Constructing Environmental Compliance: Law, Science, and the Morality of Endangered Species Conservation in California’s Delta".