2018 Haynes Lindley Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Awards

At its Spring 2018 meeting, the Foundation’s Board of Trustees selected the following dissertations for receipt of fellowships in the amount of $20,000 each:

“From Criminal to Recreational: How California’s Legalized Marijuana Policy Impacts Public Opinion,” Nicholas Adams-Cohen, California Institute of Technology

“From Delinquents to Street Terrorists: The War on Youth Crime, 1945 – 1987,” David Chavez, University of California, Riverside

“For-Profit Postsecondary Education,” Luciano Cruz, Claremont Graduate University

“STEM High‐Skill Immigration and Employment Polarization in U.S. Local Labor Markets,” Yun Feng, University of California, Los Angeles

“Back to Basics: Assessing Performance Management Reforms Through A Multi-Method, Longitudinal Study in the City of Los Angeles,” Robert Jackman, University of Southern California

“Evaluation of Los Angeles Municipal Affordable Housing Policies,” Lisa Jonsson, Pardee RAND Graduate School

“Suspicious Knowledge: Surveillance, Citizenship and Reform in Los Angeles, 1917-1940,” Simon Judkins, University of Southern California

“What Happens when Affordable Housings Come to my Neighborhood? Evidence from the City of Los Angeles,” Eunjee Kwon, University of Southern California

“Which Academic Readiness Indicators Help Support the High School to Community College STEM Pipeline?” So Yun Elizabeth Park, University of Southern California

“Identity Politics in Context: How Context Shapes Our Connection to Groups and Our Politics,” Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta, University of California, Los Angeles