The John Randolph Haynes Foundation

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS
February 1, 2018

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HAYNES LINDLEY DOCTORAL DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS (Page of 15)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
Pardee RAND Graduate School 2017 Treatment Not Custody: Process and Impact Evaluation of Santa Monica's Homeless Community Court Maria Buenaventura $20000
University of Southern California 2017 Implementing the Minimum Wage: Investigating Government and Non-Profit Partnerships Kushan Dasgupta $20000
University of California, Los Angeles 2017 Contentious Sharing: The Politics of Short-Term Rentals in Los Angeles Yotala Oszkay $20000
University of Southern California 2017 Representation in a Multi-Racial Southern California: The voting behavior of Asian Americans Sara Sadhwani $20000
University of Southern California 2017 Defining Worthiness: Mental Health Care in California, from Postwar Crisis to Deinstitutionalization, 1941-1975 Angelica Stoddard $20000
Pardee RAND Graduate School 2017 Reducing Recidivism by Improving the Process of Linking Released Prisoners to Social Services in Los Angeles County Gabriel Weinberger $20000
Claremont Graduate University 2017 Agents of Opposition? Simulating Community Conflict over New Energy Facilities Kristoffer Wikstrom $20000
University of California, Irvine 2017 Addressing Environmental Injustice in Farmworker Communities: Bureaucratic Discretion and Practice in Ventura County Kaitlyn Alvarez-Noli $20000
Pardee RAND Graduate School 2016 Exploring Sources of Innovation in Los Angeles’ Knowledge-based Economy Marlon Graf $20000
University of California, Riverside 2016 Policing Domestic Violence: Considering the Impact of Race and Gender on Officer Decision-Making Amanda Admire $20000