The John Randolph Haynes Foundation

Upcoming Proposal Due Dates

Major Research Grants
October 23, 2019
March 5, 2020
May 7, 2020
August 6, 2020
November 5, 2020

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MAJOR RESEARCH GRANTS (Page 3 of 77)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of California, Los Angeles 2009 Tracks of Change: Guiding Development around Southern California High-Speed Rail Stations Dana Cuff $183621
University of California, Los Angeles 2011 Backyard Homes and Local Concerns: How can the concerns be better addressed? Vinit Mukhija $181320
University of California, Los Angeles 2000 Economic Prospects for Los Angeles in an Era of Globalization: Structural Change, Employment Issues and Policy Problems Allen J. Scott $178721
University of Southern California 2011 “Southern California Fiscal Sustainability and Governance Research” Yan Tang $177779
Claremont Graduate University 2000 For the academic year 2000-2001, awarded to students: Yishaiya Abosch, Olugbenja Ajilore, Miranda Barone, Sheri Coulson, Pamela Fiber, Alexander Karn, Barbara Lehman, Maja Micevska, Ryan Quist, Heidi Riggio, and Amanda Wooden Financial Aid Office $175000
University of Southern California 2000 Dissertation Fellowships Financial Aid Office $175000
University of Southern California 2018 Historical Ecology of the Los Angeles River and Watershed Infrastructure for a Comprehensive Analysis Philip Ethington $171630
University of Southern California 2010 "Demographics of Recovery in Post-Crash LA: Evidence from the New Census & American Community Surveys" Dowell Myers $170103
University of Southern California 2018 How do Los Angeles Residents Cope with Unaffordability? Gary Painter $168998
Claremont Graduate University 2005 How Low-Income Students Excel in the Classroom: Policy Implications for Schools and Schools of Education Mary S. Poplin $168389