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Kim Shauman has been named a recipient of the 2015 "Soaring to New Heights Diversity and Principles of Community Awards."
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Shadd Cabalatungan wins the 2015 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research.
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Ali Chaudary receives the Social Sciences Dean's Doctoral Fellowship for Excellence.
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John Hall elected to the Sociological Research Association
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Ethan J. Evans awarded (QSCERT) Postdoctoral Fellowship (2016-2018).
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Lucas Owen Kirkpatrick Receives the 2008 Community and Urban Sociology Section (ASA) Best Graduate Student Paper Award
Lucas Owen Kirkpatrick received the best graduate student paper award for his article titled "The Two 'Logics' of Community Development: Neighborhoods, Markets, and Community Development Corporations." This article was published in 2007 in POLITICS AND SOCIETY (vol. 35, issue 2, pp. 329-359). The Award will be presented at the ASA meetings in Boston (August 2, 2008).
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"Lighting the Fire Inside: Vilification in the Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Movements," received an Honorable Mention
Sarah Augusto's paper, "Lighting the Fire Inside: Vilification in the Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Movements," has received an Honorable Mention in the Graduate Student Paper Award Competition of the ASA Emotions Section.
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Raoul Liévanos awarded two research fellowships
Raoul Liévanos has been awarded a UC Community Forestry and Environmental Research Partnerships (CFERP) Predissertation Fellowship from the Ford Foundation and the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources in the amount of $2,000 for summer 2008. CFERP fellowships are highly competitive and open to graduate and undergraduate students from all over the U.S. The program goals are (1) to develop good participatory research skills in practitioners, (2) to nurture a new generation of scholars committed to engaging constructively with communities, and (3) to build community capacity to steward natural resources and have a voice in their own affairs. This predissertation fellowship will allow Liévanos to explore potential field sites for future research and will aid him as the current lead field researcher and project manager for the “Environmental Justice Coalition for Water Delta Health Study.” Funded additionally by the Rose Foundation and the UC Davis Environmental Justice Project, this project seeks to identify and assess the full range of environmental risks and concerns to human health resulting from poor water quality in the Delta, and sharing this information with participating communities, the broader public, and policy-makers in the Delta Vision Strategic Planning process.
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Person Lalia Hekima Kiburi, Ph.D.
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Kelsey Meagher has been awarded the UC Davis Humanities Graduate Research Award for the 2015-2016 academic year.
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