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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS
February 5, 2019

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS (Page of 16)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
California Institute of Technology 2018 From Criminal to Recreational: How California's Legalized Marijuana Policy Impacts Public Opinion Nicholas Adams-Cohen $20000
University of Southern California 2018 Which Academic Readiness Indicators Help Support the High School to Community College STEM Pipeline? So Yun Elizabeth Park $20000
University of Southern California 2018 What Happens when Affordable Housings Come to my Neighborhood? Evidence from the City of Los Angeles Eunjee Kwon $20000
University of Southern California 2018 Suspicious Knowledge: Surveillance, Citizenship and Reform in Los Angeles, 1917-1940 Simon Judkins $20000
Pardee RAND Graduate School 2018 Evaluation of Los Angeles Municipal Affordable Housing Policies Lisa Jonsson $20000
University of Southern California 2018 Back to Basics: Assessing Performance Management Reforms Through A Multi-Method, Longitudinal Study in the City of Los Angeles Robert Jackman $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2018 STEM High‐Skill Immigration and Employment Polarization in U.S. Local Labor Markets Yun Feng $20000
Claremont Graduate University 2018 For-Profit Postsecondary Education Luciano Cruz $20000
University of California, Riverside 2018 From Delinquents to Street Terrorists: The War on Youth Crime, 1945 - 1987 David Chavez $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2018 Identity Politics in Context: How Context Shapes Our Connection to Groups and Our Politics Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta $20000