Ford Foundation Dissertation 2012

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Mary Evans, Claremont Mc Kenna College - 0,886 At its Summer meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grants for an award: "Accessibility and Economic Development: How the Transportation Network Affects the Economic Performance of Regions," Brian Taylor - University of California, Los Angeles - ,629 "An Analysis of Competency-based Education in Southern California," William Tierney - University of Southern California - 4,000 At its Spring meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grant for an award: "Getting Back to Basics Evaluating Data Driven Management Reforms in the City of Los Angeles," Christopher Weare - University of Southern California - 3,488 At its Spring 2014 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following dissertations for receipt of fellowships in the amount of ,000 each: "Can Motion Picture Production Incentives Create a Local Film Industry? William Estrada, Natural History Museum - ,731 "California LULAC Archival Preservation and Oral History Project," Dr. William Estrada, Natural History Museum - ,996 “Herman J." Patrick Button, University of California, Irvine "Preventing Youth Violence in Los Angeles: Barriers and Benefits," Max A. Natalie Fousekis, California State University, Fullerton - ,000 "Santa Ana Watershed Project Auithority: Cataloging, Preserving and Making Digital Documents Widely Accessible," Dr. Schultheis Collection at the Los Angeles Public Library,” Ms.Simulating Community Conflict over New Energy Facilities,” Kristoffer Wikstrom, Claremont Graduate University At its Winter 2017 meeting, the Foundation’s Board of Trustees awarded fellowships of ,000 each for the following faculty projects: "The Consequences of Primary Process Reform in California," R.

Mary Evans, Claremont Mc Kenna College - 0,886 At its Summer meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grants for an award: "Accessibility and Economic Development: How the Transportation Network Affects the Economic Performance of Regions," Brian Taylor - University of California, Los Angeles - ,629 "An Analysis of Competency-based Education in Southern California," William Tierney - University of Southern California - 4,000 At its Spring meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grant for an award: "Getting Back to Basics Evaluating Data Driven Management Reforms in the City of Los Angeles," Christopher Weare - University of Southern California - 3,488 At its Spring 2014 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following dissertations for receipt of fellowships in the amount of ,000 each: "Can Motion Picture Production Incentives Create a Local Film Industry? William Estrada, Natural History Museum - ,731 "California LULAC Archival Preservation and Oral History Project," Dr. William Estrada, Natural History Museum - ,996 “Herman J.

” KMichela Musto, University of Southern California “Worthy of Care: Comprehensive Healthcare and King-Drew Medical Center” Nic John Ramos, University of Southern California “Community Development Agreements: Addressing Urban Inequality through Urban Development Projects in Los Angeles” Jovanna Rosen, University of Southern California “Exploring the Changing Structures of Invention in Southern California: The emergence and evolution of inventor networks between 1975 - 2015” Frank van der Wouden, University of California, Los Angeles At its Winter 2015 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees awarded fellowships of $12,000 each for the following faculty projects: "Improving Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Outcomes for Low-Income Youth in the Los Angeles Region," Patricia Burch, University of Southern California "After Redevelopment in the Los Angeles-Long Beach Combined Statistical Area," Nicholas Marantz, University of California, Irvine "Leveraging Social Capital to Achieve First-Generation College Student Success," David Obstfeld, California State University, Fullerton "The Consequences of Ignoring Neighborhood Context When Estimating School Performance and Achievement Gaps," Gregory Palardy, University of California, Riverside "The Potential for Free Broadband to Impact Digital Equity and Civic Engagement in the Hollywood Studio District," Gwen Shaffer, California State University, Long Beach "Precarious Work in the Shadow of Mass Incarceration," Noah D.

Zatz, University of California, Los Angeles At its Winter 2015 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following projects for receipt of an Archival Grant: "Inland Empire Memories Archival Initiative," Mr.

University of California, Riverside - $35,344 "KTLA Digital Preservation and Online Project: Tom Bradley, Mayor of Los Angeles," Jan-Christopher Horak, University of California, Los Angeles - $49,590 "Describing LA History: The Los Angeles Times Nitrate Negative Project," Virginia Steel, University of California, Los Angeles - $40,000 At its Fall 2017 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grant for an award: “Assuring Election Integrity: A Comprehensive Ecological Framework for Evaluating Elections in Southern California," R.

Women's Policy Activism in California, 1966-1980," Doreen Mattingly, San Diego State University Research Foundation - $11,144 “Best Practices to Mitigate Remediation in Riverside County Students," Thomas Smith, University of California, Riverside - $199,071 At its Spring 2017 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following dissertations for receipt of fellowships in the amount of $20,000 each: “Addressing Environmental Injustice in Farmworker Communities: Bureaucratic Discretion and Practice in Ventura County,” Kaitlyn Alvarez-Noli, University of California, Irvine “Treatment Not Custody: Process and Impact Evaluation of Santa Monica's Homeless Community Court,” Maria Buenaventura, Pardee RAND Graduate School “Implementing the Minimum Wage: Investigating Government and Non-Profit Partnerships,” Kushan Dasgupta, University of Southern California “Contentious Sharing: The Politics of Short-Term Rentals in Los Angeles,” Yotala Oszkay, University of California, Los Angeles “Representation in a Multi-Racial Southern California: The voting behavior of Asian Americans,” Sara Sadhwani, University of Southern California “Defining Worthiness: Mental Health Care in California, from Postwar Crisis to Deinstitutionalization, 1941-1975,” Angelica Stoddard, University of Southern California “Reducing Recidivism by Improving the Process of Linking Released Prisoners to Social Services in Los Angeles County,” Gabriel Weinberger, Pardee RAND Graduate School “Agents of Opposition?

The award is named in honor and memory of University Professor, Professor of Higher Education and History, and longtime University of Georgia administrator, Thomas G.

Dyer, who served as Institute director at the time of his retirement in 2006.The completed form will give us the ability to quickly add information about the PI and the PI’s project to the Foundation’s web-based Archive. The effects of the ‘Great Recession’ on California's Community Colleges and their Students," Luciana Dar, University of California, Riverside "The Emerging Role of Nonprofit Organizations in Creating a Path to College for Low-Income and Minority Students," Roberta Espinoza, Pitzer College "Holding on by a Thread: Patterns of Improvement Among High Achieving Latina High School Students," Monica G. " Gary Smith, Pomona College At its Winter 2012 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following projects for receipt of an Archival Grant: “Preserving the Bette Yarbrough Cox Collection: Central Avenue and the Cultural Development of Los Angeles' African-American Community,” Dr.At its Annual meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grants for an award: "SCPR Data Journalism and Social Science Research Coverage," Bill Davis, Southern California Public Radio - ,000 "A Microscopic Study of Highly Effective Teachers of Particularly Vulnerable Students at Critical Ages," Mary Poplin, Claremont Graduate University - 5,792 "Increasing School Readiness through a Head Start-University Partnership," Stephanie Reich, University of California, Irvine - 7,690 At its Fall meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grant for an award: “The Governance of Water Pollution Dischargers in Los Angeles: Evaluating the Effectiveness of a New Enforcement Strategy.” Dr. Garcia, California State University, Northridge "Group Mentoring and Social-Emotional Competence," Leslie Ponciano, Loyola Marymount University "Projecting the Impact of the ACA among Immigrants in California," Arturo Vargas-Bustamante, University of California, Los Angeles "Smart Grid and Disaster Management in Southern California," Juliana Wang, University of Southern California "River Underground: The Politics of Bringing the Santa Ana Basin Back to Life," Heather Williams, Pomona College At its Winter 2013 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following projects for receipt of an Archival Grant: "Four Photographers of Southern California and the Southwest: 1880-1920" Dr. Jacqueline Cogdell Dje Dje, University of California, Los Angeles - ,406 “Window on the West: Phase Two,” Dr.In order to reach out to past awardees (and all future awardees) for their views on their work, we have developed a one-page, on-line "Self-Assessment Form (SAF)." As an initial effort, we are contacting Faculty Fellowship awardees from 1999 - 2014 and Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship awardees from 2006 – 2010 to ask for feedback using the SAF.In addition, we will use this form to communicate with all future awardees 18 months after their final report date. At its Summer meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grant for an award: “A Social Science Look at Los Angeles Teen Court Jurors,” Gayla Margolin, University of Southern California - 9,957 At its Spring 2013 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following dissertations for receipt of fellowships in the amount of ,000 each: "Understanding How City Manager Contracts Affect Local Fiscal Management," Jennifer Connolly, University of Southern California "Protecting Older Adults from Financial Fraud," Marguerite De Liema, University of Southern California "Historic Preservation Overlay Zones in Los Angeles: Their Impacts on Gentrification Trends," Karolina Gorska, University of California, Los Angeles "Cumulative Racial Inequality of Drug Offenders," Marisa Omori, University of California, Irvine "Jitneys, Buses, and Public Transportation in Twentieth Century Los Angeles," James Stroup, University of California, Riverside "Towards a Sustainable Los Angeles Region?In making its determination, the IHE Graduate Studies Committee takes into account the scholarly potential of the candidate together with an assessment of his/her academic record and professional achievement.The fellowship was established to support doctoral study of significant issues in the field of higher education. The inaugural award was given in 2018 to a student who showed potential for leadership in colleges and universities and fosters a commitment to the land-grant missions of instruction, research, and public service. Morris is currently the Zell Miller distinguished professor of higher education and serving as the interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost for the University of Georgia. Presented annually to a student who combines a strong record of academic achievement with commitment to the professional field.The internal awards include: Given annually to a doctoral student who is pursuing rigorous original scholarship in the field of higher education.Eligible students will have completed their comprehensive qualifying exams and be in the early stages of dissertation research.Hal Nelson, Claremont Graduate University - ,500 At its Summer 2015 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grant for an award: "Women, Politics, and Activism Project," Natalie Fousekis, California State University, Fullerton - 1,550 At its Spring 2015 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following Major Research Grant for an award: "Southern California's Adjudicated Groundwater Basins: History, Current Condition, Potential Reforms," Ruth Langridge - University of California, Santa Cruz - ,961 At its Spring 2015 meeting, the Foundation's Board of Trustees selected the following dissertations for receipt of fellowships in the amount of ,000 each: “Assessing the Resilience of Desert Farming Systems to Water Scarcity” Arisha Ashraf, University of California, Riverside “Why are regulations adopted and what do they do?The case of Los Angeles” Charles Gabbe, University of California, Los Angeles “Food Waste for Fuel: A two-part experiment to test new tools in organic waste policy implementation” Sally Geislar, University of California, Irvine “How Do Los Angeles's New Curriculum Standards Impact Students' Interest and Performance in Math and Science?

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