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Using funds from the Grace T. Brown Endowment in combination with PSC overhead, the Center will provide a fund of up to $50,000 each year to support PSC researchers whose projects do not qualify for endowments targeted toward international projects. The fund gives priority to research activities focused on domestic issues.
Eligibility: All PSC trainees (predoctoral students, postdoctoral fellows) and PSC Research Affiliates appointed prior to September 1, 2011 are eligible to apply for the PSC Initiatives Fund.
Support: Applicable uses of funds include, but are not limited to, travel, salary support, data procurement, data collection, and coordination with colleagues, both domestically and internationally. Funds may also be used to support mini-conferences or workshops, or to provide student salaries for working directly with faculty on research projects.
Jennifer S. Barber. Group-Based Trajectory Modeling of Pregnancy Desire in Young Adulthood. 2013-2014.
Elizabeth Eve Bruch. Asymmetrical Response to Positive and Negative Change in Neighborhood Composition. 2013-2014.
David J. Harding, and Jeffrey Morenoff. Effect of Incarceration on Health. 2013-2014.
Amelia Karraker, and Robert F. Schoeni. Psychological Human Capital and Health across the Life Course: Evidence from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. 2013-2014.
Yasamin Kusunoki. Relationship Violence: The Role of Dynamic Relationship Processes. 2013-2014.
Colter Mitchell. Social Inequality and Telomere Length in Fragile Families. 2013-2014.
Javier Rodriguez. The effects of racial disparities in health and aging on the future racial composition of the electorate. 2013-2014.
Robert F. Schoeni. Historical Trends in Parental Financial Support of Young Adults. 2013-2014.