Marshall Weinberg Endowment Fund
Marshall Weinberg with awardees Meeta Sainju Pradhan, Kristin Seefeldt, and Brian Kovak.
Marshall Weinberg has long been concerned with population issues, in particular how malnutrition, poor health, and lack of education affect societies, and how populations impact the environment.
In conjunction with this interest, Weinberg established an Endowment Fund to help support research in these areas. Weinberg Fund recipients are PSC-affiliated junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and students who conduct research with potential benefit for international populations.
This award is used flexibly in ways that the recipient feels will best enhance their ability to complete their research goals.
Joshua Greenberg. Help or Harm: The Unintended Consequences of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Ugandan Health Sector. 2018*.
Emily Treleaven. Parental and contextual influences on child health in Chitwan, Nepal. 2018-2019.
Valentina Duque, Lauren Schmitz. The Influence of Early -Life Economic Shocks and Genetic Diversity on Long-term Economic Outcome. 2018-2019.
Aresha Martinez-Cardoso. Immigration Policy and the Racialization of Latinos: Consequences for Health. 2017-2018.
Katrina Hauschildt. Seeking Comforts, Seeking Cures: Racial Inequalities at the End-of-Life. 2017-2018.
Jessica Gillooly. Calling for Service: Implications of Reactive Policing on Law Enforcement and the Public. 2017-2018.
Michael Zabek. Impacts of economic inequality on local economies. 2016-2017.
Vanesa Lisbeth Iglesias-Rios. The effects of human trafficking on the mental and physical health of formerly trafficked individuals from the Mekong subregion (Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam). 2016-2017.
Holly Donahue Singh. Infertility and family formation: Perspectives from India. 2015-2016.
Johannes Norling. Family Planning and Fertility in South Africa Under Apartheid. 2015-2016.