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Kim Voss, Irene Bloemraad, and former graduate student Fabiana Silva (now a faculty member at the University of Michigan) received an honorable mention for ‘best conference paper’ from the Migration and Citizenship section of APSA (the American Political Science Association) for their paper “The Limits of Rights: Claims-making on Behalf of Immigrants.”
Lauren B. Edelman was awarded ASA's 2018 Distinguished Scholarly Book Award for Working Law: Courts, Corporations, and Symbolic Civil Rights This annual award is given for the best single book or monograph published in the two preceding calendar years.
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Read more about Jules Means and how the Live Your Dreams Award changed her life. Please click here for the article. 
Sunmin Kim has accepted a tenure-track position in the Department of Sociology at Dartmouth College.   Berkeley police stops show racial disparities — but what does that mean?
Sigrid Luhr has published “How Social Class Shapes Adolescent Financial Socialization: Understanding Differences in the Transition to Adulthood,” in Journal of Family and Economic Issues.
Assistant Professor of Sociology Daniel Schneider has been 
Lauren Edelman, Agnes Roddy Robb Professor of Law, Professor of Sociology, and a faculty member in the Jurisprudence and Social Policy PhD Program, has received the 2018 Harry J. Kalven, Jr. Award from the Law & Society Association for "empirical scholarship that has contributed most effectively to the advancement of research in law and society."   This award is the highest honor bestowed by the LSA and is given in recognition of a sustained body of scholarly work. 
Phd student Joshua Choper recieved an honorable mention for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
PhD student Jaqueline Lepe has won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Michel Estefan has received the Spot Award from the Graduate Division in recognition of his service training Graduate Student Instructors across departments on campus as a GSR Teaching Consultant at the GSI Teaching and Resource Center.
Josh Seim has co-authored, “Neighborhood Poverty and 9-1-1 Ambulance Response Time,” in Prehospital Emergency Care with Melody J. Glenn, Joshua English, and Karl Sporer.
Sunmin Kim has coauthored "The Mechanics of Immigration Polls" with Taeku Lee (UC Berkeley Political Science) in Public 
Pablo Gaston has accepted a tenure track job in the Department of Sociology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Caleb Scoville (UC Berkeley Sociology PhD student) has coauthored "Opposing California’s WaterFix: The Trump Administration and the Future of Environmental Advocacy," with Razvan Amironesei (UCSD) in Ethics, Policy & Environment