Emerging Scholars Small Grants


2010-2011

Crystal Hall, Assistant Professor of Public Affairs, University of Washington
“Getting in the Door: Housing Search Histories of Voucher Recipients”

Seik Kim, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Washington
"A New Test for Labor Market Discrimination"


2009-2010

Jake Rosenfeld, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Washington
“Gendered Bargaining: Changing Labor Market Institutions and African-Americans in the Contemporary U.S.”

Roberto Gonzales, Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Washington
"The Uncertain Futures of the Children of Undocumented Immigrants"

Frances Contreras, Assistant Professor of Education, University of Washington
"Exploring the Pathways to College and Opportunities to Learn for Latinos in Multiple District Contexts"


2006-2007

Jennifer Romich, Assistant Professor of Social Work
"Financial Asset-Building Strategies and the Well-Being of Children and Youth in Poverty"

Anna Haley-Lock, Assistant Professor of Social Work
"Investigating State Minimum Wage Policy and Private Employer Influences on the Employment Experiences of Tipped Restaurant Workers"


2005-2006

Alexes Harris, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
"Understanding the Role of Payday Loans in the Lives of Low-Income Workers"

Rachel Kleit, Assistant Professor, Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs
"Improving Low-Income Housing Policy Through Local Innovation"

Steve Page, Assistant Professor, Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs
"Improving Low-Income Housing Policy Through Local Innovation"