Employment Instability, Family Well-being, and Social Policy Network
EINet Awards Small Grants
EINet is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2012 Small Grants Program:
- Jessica Darrow, PhD Candidate, University of Chicago (School of Social Service Administration). Labor Market Mediation at the Street-level: The Case of Refugee Resettlement Agencies. $6000
- Minseop Kim, PhD Candidate, University of Pennsylvania (School of Social Policy and Practice). Nonstandard Work Schedules, Parent Involvement, and Academic Achievement of Children. $6000
- Sarah Morando, PhD Candidate, University of California, Los Angeles (Department of Sociology). Legitimacy Within Limits: Effects of the Legal Status Acquisition Process for Immigrants’ Work and Immigrant Families. $6000
- David Pedulla, PhD Candidate, Princeton University (Department of Sociology). Precarious Work and the New Economy: Consequences for Workers’ Future Labor Market Outcomes. $6500
These four early career scholars were selected from a competitive pool of 31 applicants. All proposals were independently reviewed and assessed by two EINet affiliates (mostly outside the University of Chicago). The grants support data collection, analysis, and writing on projects related to one or more of EINet's aims.
We congratulate the winners and look forward to seeing the results of their important work!