9 Faculty/Mentors

Sociology

Jacqueline Adams, Professor
(1) Fleeing from Genocide: Jewish Refugees' Flight from Nazi Persecution and the Holocaust. (Current Term Now Closed)
Marion Fourcade, Professor
(1) The Great Online Migration (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) The Rating of Sovereigns and the Judgment of Nations (Check back for status)
(3) The Discipline of Gender. Men, Women and Writing in the Social Sciences. (Check back for status)
Cybelle Fox, Professor
(1) Boundaries and Intersectional Meanings of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality among Asian and White American Spouses (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) The Effects of Legal Status on Older Mexican Adults in the U.S. and Mexico (Full- no new appr needed)
Heather Haveman, Professor
(1) Tech Has a Gender Problem (Current Term Now Closed)
(3) Web-Crawling for All: Toward a Universal, Accessible Framework for Collecting Digital Data (Current Term Now Closed)
(4) Creating and Testing Algorithms (Open to Technical and Non-Technical URAPers) (Full- no new appr needed)
Jerome Karabel, Professor
(1) American Exceptionalism and the Quality of Life: the United States in Historical and Comparative Perspective (Current Term Now Closed)
Mara Loveman, Professor
(1) The Erie Canal, the Transcontinental Railroads, and the Hoover Dam: Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects, Land Policy, and Settler Colonialism in American State Formation (Current Term Now Closed)
Kristin Luker, Professor
(1) The History of Contraception and Abortion in the United States (Current Term Now Closed)
Ann Swidler, Professor
(1) Transnational circulation of gender and sexuality norms (Current Term Now Closed)
(2) Religious Congregations in Malawi (Full- no new appr needed)
Kim Voss, Professor
(1) Frontline Workers: What do they think about their jobs? (Full- no new appr needed)
(2) Demo Watch: Revolutionizing the Study of Protest Policing (Current Term Now Closed)