Douglas Smith, The Huntington Library, “One Person, One Vote: Reapportionment and the political transformation of Southern California”

Major Research Grants

Grantee Org
Year
Project Description
Primary Contact
Amount
2008

“Managing for Climate Change in LA’s Backyard: Local Responses to Catastrophe, Fires, Dieback, and Drought”

Daniel Press & Brian Petersen
$76709
2008

Los Angeles and the World Public Lecture Series

William F. Deverall
$22000
2008

“One Person, One Vote: Reapportionment and the Political Transformation of Southern California”

Douglas Smith
$50500
2008

“Adapting to Aging Out: Risk and Resilience among Former Foster Youth”

Tuppett Yates
$95781
2008

“Cyber Policing in Los Angeles: An Action Research Policy Analysis of Community Based Policing in a Virtual Environment”

James R. Lasley
$35000
2008

“The Completion and Consolidation of the Chronological Record of Los Angeles City Officials, 1850-1965, into the 21st Century”

Hynda L. Rudd
$18800
2008

“The Civic Role of Religion in Los Angeles: Faith-Based Organizing since the 1992 Riots”

Donald E. Miller & Richard Flory
$197942
2008

“Analyzing Green Access, Health, and Equity in Greater Los Angeles”

Robert Garcia
$90000
2008

“From Jail to Jobs: Understanding the Impact of Homeboy Industries on the Lives of Los Angeles’ Gang Associated Youth”

Todd Franke
$219987

Upcoming Proposal Due Dates

Major Research Grants

September 2021: The Haynes Foundation is not accepting proposals for Major Research Grants until further notice.

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