Sociology graduate student Oshin Khachikian wins National Science Foundation funding to study how ethnic groups trade knowledge and resources, on the path to higher education


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UCI political scientist Danielle Thomsen receives funding to study the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus to better understand moderates' place in today's polarized political arena


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Anthropology doctoral student Emily Matteson earns grants from the National Science Foundation and the Fulbright Program to research reproductive rights in Chile


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David Neumark, economics, among those honored for distinguished contributions to their fields


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By following her passions, anthropology Ph.D. student Leah Sanchez finds her academic niche


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UCI sociologist Kristin Turney earns Russell Sage Foundation fellowship to study the long-term consequences of parental incarceration on the children and partners left behind


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Justin Richland, UCI anthropology, receives Luce Foundation grant to develop a field guide for non-native agency engagement with tribal people and resources


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Daeun Song, political science grad student, awarded Haynes Foundation grant to study political momentum on affirmative action within Asian American community


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Sociology graduate student Chris Gibson earns award for his research on the invisible forces at play in water management


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UCI political science assistant professor Danielle Thomsen receives grant to research whether primary voters prefer partisan polarization


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UCI cognitive scientists are working to develop a robot that can think and react more like a rodent


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Anthropology grad student Akil Fletcher wins National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for his work on racism in online gaming


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Researchers discover that with less than one-hour of online training, students can expand the way they think about their intellectual abilities and improve their GPAs


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Honor includes two years of funding, international networking, and mentorship opportunities in support of her research on perception


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Research by UCI political scientist Heidi Hardt and co-authors takes a hard look at readings in Ph.D. classrooms and how they matter for underrepresentation of women in academia


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