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Understanding the Intertwined Nature of School and Neighborhood Change (Field), Weinberg Research, 2019.

ICPSR Course: Group-based Trajectory Modeling for the Medical and Social Sciences (Bruns), Hermalin, 2019.

Morbidity and Mortality in Gender Minority Populations: Estimates of a Sample of Gender Minority Beneficiaries in Private Insurance Data (Hughes), Weinberg Research, 2019.

Dispersed Destinations: The Social Mobility Outcomes of Mexican Immigrants and Mexican Non-Immigrants. (Roman-Torres), Weinberg Research, 2019.

Racial and spatial inequities in housing dispossession and health: Examining the distribution of occupied property tax foreclosures in Wayne County, MI (Eisenberg), Mueller, 2019.

Parental and contextual influences on child health in Chitwan, Nepal (Treleaven), Freedman, 2018.

The Influence of Early -Life Economic Shocks and Genetic Diversity on Long-term Economic Outcome (Duque, Schmitz), Weinberg Endowment, 2018.

ICPSR Summer Program: Multilevel and Mixed Models Using Stata (Bruns), Hermalin, 2018.

Handling Missing Data: Using Multiple Imputation in Stata (Seelye), Hermalin, 2018.

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

Factors Associated with safer conception uptake by women living with HIV in Botswana (Gutin), Mueller, 2017.

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

Arab American Women's Reproductive Health Project (Kusunoki), Freedman, 2017.

Behavioral Biases and Remittance Decision-Making (Yang), Mueller, 2017.

Social and Demographic Change Among American Indians (Thornton), Freedman, 2017.

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Sarah Seelye"The PSC Alumni Graduate Student Support Fund provided me with the means to conduct field research and interviews several days a week over the course of four months in Detroit. The project expenses entailed in travel, transcribing interviews, and incentive payments to respondents otherwise would have been impossible for me to meet. As a result of this support, I have made substantial progress on the project, which looks at residential mobility and neighborhood dynamics in Detroit, and furthered as well my longer term degree and career goals. I have chosen to extend my research and develop some of the ideas I discuss in my paper. I am now working on my dissertation prospectus, which builds directly on the research that grew out of this project. Receiving this generous grant in the early stages of my doctoral program has been invaluable to my growth as a scholar. It provided me with the opportunity to collect my own data and learn first-hand the challenges and rewards of directing a research project."

--Sarah Seelye (PSC Alumni fund recipient, 2013)
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