Prof. Steven Wallace is working on a project project that is designed to make the home a safe and healthy place for some of the most vulnerable populations in Los Angeles. Article: http://newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/room-to-breathe-for-l-a-apartment-residents
Prof. Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez research is featured in Newsweek.
CCPR affiliate Gary Gates’s study was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Personnel
I am very pleased to announce that Professor Christine (Chris) Dunkel Schetter has agreed to serve as Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Development beginning July 1, 2015. This new, half-time position is part of the reorganization that occurred with establishment of the office of Vice […]
Prof. Ian Holloway earns Hellman Fellowship for LGBT research.
Professor Edward Walker’s book, Grassroots for Hire: Public Affairs Consultants in American Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 2014), has won the Charles Tilly Award from the ASA Collective Behavior and Social Movements section. Congratulations, Prof. Walker!
Prof. Siwei Cheng, who officially joins CCPR and Sociology on July 1, received the 2015 graduate student paper award from three sections of the American Sociological Association: the Clifford Clogg Award from the Methodology section, the Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility section, and the Sociology of Aging and the Life Course section. Siwei’s paper, “
Dr. Jennie Brand and Juli Simon Thomas have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award.
“Job Displacement Among Single Mothers: Effects on Children’s Outcomes in Young Adulthood.” American Journal of Sociology 119(4):955-1001.
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John’s project, “Temporal and Regional Variation in Age Segregation in American Metropolitan Areas, 1880 – 2010: Consequences of Demographic and Family Change,” examines the long-term trend in the degree to which young and old live apart in the United States.
The Treiman Fellowship is awarded annually to support graduate students’ demographic research.
Prof. James Macinko’s study on health care around the world found that Brazil’s primary care approach appears to be working quite well.