The John Randolph Haynes Foundation

Upcoming Proposal Due Dates

Faculty Fellowships
December 13, 2018

For more information, see How to Apply.

Recipient Institutions (1998-present)

University of California
Los Angeles

California State University
Long Beach
Los Angeles

Private Colleges and University
California Institute of Technology
Cal Lutheran
Claremont Graduate University
Claremont McKenna College
Harvey Mudd College
Loyola Marymount University
Occidental College
Pitzer College
Pomona College
Scripps College
University of Redlands
University of Southern California
Whittier College

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Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
Claremont McKenna College 2011 “An Index of Leading Economic Indicators for the Los Angeles Region” Manfred Keil $12000
University of Redlands 2011 “Should We Wait for Superman? Evaluating the Performance of Charter Schools in the Greater Los Angeles Area Greg Thorson $12000
University of Southern California 2011 “Study of Non-Tenure Track Faculty and Positive Policies and Practices” Adrianna Kezar $12000
Pomona College 2011 “Structuring Education Experiences: Asian Americans and Latinas/os in a Los Angeles County High School” Gilda Ochoa $12000
Occidental College 2011 “Gateways to Harm or Health? Opportunities, Challenges and Policy Approaches for Los Angeles' Ports Martha Matsuoka $12000
Whittier College 2011 “‘Maybe I'm Just Lazy’ -- or Not: Making Education Policy More Effective Via a Research-Based Intervention Model” Shannon Stanton $12000
Harvey Mudd College 2011 An Experimental Intervention to Increase Participation in Neighborhood Watch Debra Mashek $12000
University of Southern California 2010 The Dawn of the Jet Age and Re-thinking LAX Vanessa Schwartz $12000
University of Southern California 2010 Documenting the Geography of an Orthodox Jewish Religious Enclave in Los Angeles Martin Krieger $12000
Claremont McKenna College 2010 Ten years after Prop 227: An Examination of Cognitive Development in Bilingual, Latino Children from Los Angeles Tomoe Kanaya $12000