14 Faculty/Mentors

Law

Catherine Albiston, Professor
(1) Women in STEM: Evaluating Equity in Faculty Recruitment (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) Democracy, Civil Society, and Public Interest Law (Current Term Now Closed)
Eric Biber, Professor
(1) Getting it Right: Examining the Local Land Use Entitlement Process in California to Inform Policy and Process (Current Term Now Closed)
Richard Buxbaum, Professor
(1) Postwar Accountability (Current Term Now Closed)
Stephanie Campos-Bui, Clinical Teaching Fellow
(1) Juvenile Fees Research and Advocacy Support (Full- no new appr needed)
Lauren Edelman, Professor
(1) Congressional Views on Disabilities (Full- no new appr needed)
Sean Farhang, Professor
(1) Jucicial Opinions from U.S. Court of Appeals on Issues Affecting Access to the Civil Justice System (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) The Congressional Choice of Courts versus Agencies to Implement Law (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Media Coverage of the Supreme Court (Full- no new appr needed)
(4) Who Governs the Federal Reserve? The Reserve Banks and the Politics of Central Bank Appointments (Full- no new appr needed)
Patrick Heller, Visiting Researcher
(1) Oil and Development: National Oil Companies (Full- no new appr needed)
Sonia Katyal, Professor
(1) Transgender Law and Sexuality Project (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Advertising, Branding and Art (Current Term Now Closed)
(3) Gender and Technology (Full- no new appr needed)
Michael Kiparsky, Associate Director
(1) Innovation, science, and policy in water resources (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) Impacts and adaptation to climate change in California water resources (Full- no new appr needed)
Katerina Linos, Professor
(1) Digital Refuge: Examining Online Refugee Communities in Europe (Current Term Now Closed)
Kristin Luker, Professor
(1) The History of Contraception and Abortion in the United States (Current Term Now Closed)
Tejas Narechania, Professor
(1) Machine Learning and Regulation (Current Term Now Closed)
David Oppenheimer, Professor
(1) The transformation of affirmative action in the United States, from remedy to diversity management. (Full- no new appr needed)
Victoria Plaut, Professor
(1) Mitigating the Double Bind in Computer Science: A Sociocultural Narrative Intervention (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Examining Reactions to University Inclusion Policies and Their Social and Legal Contexts (Full- no new appr needed)
(3) Equity and Diversity Language in Job Advertisements (Current Term Now Closed)