IESUS Grantees from 2001 to 2008

 Year

Applicant

Department

Title of Project

Amount Granted

2008
Brinda Jegatheesan Educational Psychology When Having Autism Means Loss of Family Languages: Children with Autism in Multilingual Immigrant Families in the Pacific Northwest

$8594.00

2008
Janxin Leu Psychology Understanding the Asian American Epidemiological Paradox: Mediators of Stress among Two Generations
$9684.00
2008
Jake Rosenfeld Sociology Hispanics and Organized Labor in the United States (1973 - 2007)
$9645.00
2007
Sapna Cheryan Psychology Identity Threat: An Explanation for Dietary Decline among Second Generation Immigrants to the U.S.
$10100.00
2007
Cheryl Kaiser Psychology Positive Intergroup Feedback as a Threat to Ingroup Belonging
$5573.00
2007
Ileana Rodriguez-Silva History A Conspiracy of Silence: Disentangling Blackness, National Identities, and Colonial Regimes in Puerto Rico (1850 - 1820)

$8258.00

2007
Bethany Albertson Political Science Fear and Learning in the Illegal Immigration Debate: How do Anxious Citizens get their News?

$4600.00

2007
Stephanie Camp History Black Women, White Women, and the Slave South
$9410.00
2007
Anna Haley-Lock, Kim England, & Kate Quinn Social Work, Executive Vice Provost's Office, & Geography The Work-Life Balance of Academics and Other Professionals of Color: Developing New Tools for Research
$8,857.00

2006

Katherine Beckett & Steve Herbert

Sociology/Law, Societies & Justice Program/ Geography/Law, Societies & Justice Program

Assessing Consequences of Intensified Urban Social Control for Seattle’s Racial and Ethnic Minorities

$7891.00

2006

Philip Howard

Communication

Ethnic Diversity in the Ownership of Broadcast Licenses in the United States, 1994-2004

$7684.00

2006

Janine Jones

Educational Psychology

Resilience in Black Adolescents: The Relationship between Perceived Racism, Racial Socialization, Behavior Disorders and Spirituality

$8623.00

2006

Ralina Joseph

Communication

The New Model Minority: Representations of Mixed-Race African American Women and the Neo-Conservative Fight for “Colorblindness”

$7392.00

2005

Matt Barreto

Political Science

A Comparative Analysis of Latino Vote History in Five Major U.S. Cities

$8000.00

2005

Laura E. Evans

Public Affairs

Cultivating Capacity, Organizing Change: Policy Environments and Tribal Governments

$7482.00

2005

Alexes Harris

Sociology

Manduley’ Study of Direct- file Cases in Southern California

$7959.00

2005

Marian Harris

Social Work (UW Tacoma)

Adult Attachment Typology in a Sample of High Risk Mothers

$6665.00

2005

Robert Lee

Forest Resources

Latino Workers in Community Forestry

$6023.00

2005

Zhi Lin

School of Art

The Continuation of the Project ‘Invisible People: Chinese Railroad Workers’

$7895.00

2004

Nathalie Gehrke

Education

Oral Histories of Teachers of Asian Descent: A First Step in Proposal Development for an Oral History Project on Teachers of Washington State

$5,600.00

2004

Lisa Hoffman and Mary Hanneman

Urban Studies, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences-UW Tacoma

Recording Histories and Constructing Identities: Japanese Language Schools and Negotiating Belonging in Urban America

$11,662.65

2004

Amy Synder Ohta

Asian Languages & Literature

Bilingual and Bicultural Development in Japanese Interethnic Families in the U.S. and Canada

$6,807.00

2003

William Bradford

Finance and Business Economics

Racial and Gender Discrimination, Legal Penalties and Reputation Costs

$13,792.00

2003

Elizabeth Marcoux

Information School

Retention Attention to Underrepresented Minority Information School Students

$8,677.00

2003

Gerry Philipsen

Communication

Speaking the Discourse of Difference: A Case Study

$10,138.00

2003

Shirley Yee

Women Studies

East Side Encounters: Gender, Race, Ethnicity in New York City, 1880-1935

$1,500.00

2002

Shannon Dudley

Music

A Sabor de Puerto Rico: The Music of Rafael Cortijo and El Gran Combo

$5,925.00

2002

Avery Guest

Sociology

An Ethnographic Study of Race, Public Housing, and Violence in Seattle Neighborhoods

$6,000.00

2002

Peter Lape

Anthropology/Burke Museum

Traditional Food Resources and Diabetes in Native Puget Sound Communities

$8,116.00

2002

Tom Stritikus

Education

One Year and Two Schools: The Academic and Social Lives of Latino and Vietnamese Immigrant Students

$8,297.00

2001

Alexandra Harmon

American Indian Studies

American Indians and Wealth: A History

$6,161.00

2001

Eunjung Kim

Family and Child Nursing

Korean American Parenting, Adolescents' Psychological Functioning and Emotional and Behavioral Problems

$7,479.00

2001

Rachel Kleit

Evans School of Public Affairs

The Ethnic Ties of Immigrant Public Housing Residents: Do They Aid or Impede Economic Self-Sufficiency

$6,750.00

2001

James Nason

Anthropology/Burke Museum

Research in Native American Communities: Polices and Implications

$7,300.00

2001

Patrick Rivers

American Ethnic Studies

Civilizing Tendencies: Hate, The State, and The Racial Construction of Post-Industrial Identities

$6,556.00

2001

Mary Wright

American Indian Studies

“American Indian Women’s Activism in Post-World War II Washington State

$6,090.00

 

Last Updated September 23, 2008