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Ellen Compernolle"The Weinberg grant made both the in-person interviews and the informed survey design possible. For me to be the principal investigator, to be able to have my own research questions—explore them, design a survey questionnaire to test those hypotheses, and then analyze the data to see whether they're true or not—not many graduate students have that chance."

--Ellen Compernolle (Freedman fund recipient, 2013)
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Help or Harm: The Unintended Consequences of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Ugandan Health Sector (Greenberg), Weinberg Research, 2018.

Seeking Comforts, Seeking Cures: Racial Inequalities at the End-of-Life (Hauschildt), Weinberg Research, 2017.

Calling for Service: Implications of Reactive Policing on Law Enforcement and the Public (Gillooly), Weinberg Research, 2017.

Immigration Enforcement and Racialized Exclusion in the Rural Midwest (Novak), Brown, 2017.

Exposure to Cultural Scripts and Attitudes toward Violence against Women in Malawi. (Swindle), Mueller, 2017.

Joint Panel with ISR and Fragile Families Challenge (Lockhart), Freedman, 2017.

Immigration Policy and the Racialization of Latinos: Consequences for Health (Martinez-Cardoso), Weinberg Research, 2017.

Pensions, Retirement, and the Disutility of Labor: Bunching in Brazil (Thompson), Mueller, 2017.

How Many Friends Do You Have? An Empirical Investigation into Censoring-Induced Bias in Social Network Data (Griffith), Brown, 2016.

Impacts of economic inequality on local economies (Zabek), Weinberg Research, 2016.

The effects of human trafficking on the mental and physical health of formerly trafficked individuals from the Mekong subregion (Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam) (Iglesias-Rios), Weinberg Research, 2016.

Does school context moderate the effect of non-cognitive skills on achievement? (Fang), PSC Alumni , 2015.

All Our Kin Revisited: Extended Kin Coresidence and Children's Academic Achievement (Cross), PSC Alumni , 2015.

Experimental evidence on peer effects in the workplace (Chyn), Mueller, 2015.

The effects of human trafficking on the mental and physical health of former trafficked individuals from the Mekong subregion (Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam) (Iglesias-Rios), PSC-Ford, 2015.

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