Marom, Oded. 2024. “Patterns of tolerance: how interaction culture and community relations explain political tolerance (and intolerance) in the American libertarian movement.” Theory and Society.


External Awards

Raquel Delerme, 2024. Gender Division Student Paper Award, The Society for the Study of Social Problems.


Internal Awards

Margaret Davis, 2024. USC Center on Science, Technology, and Public Life, STS Summer Research Stipend.

Yael Findler, 2024. University Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.

Maria Labourt, 2024. USC Center on Science, Technology, and Public Life, STS Summer Research Stipend.

Maria Labourt, 2024. USC Dornsife Del Amo Foundation Research Award.

Kritika Pandey, 2024. USC Dornsife Gold Family Graduate Fellowship.

Thalia Tom, 2024. USC Graduate School Endowed Fellowship.

  • Publications

    DiMario, Anthony and Josh Seim. 2023. “City of Gauze: Medicine and the Governance of Urban Poverty.” Social Problems.

    Lee, Kyunghwan. 2023. “Exploring the Making of the Economy in South Korea: A Venue for Sociology and Science and Technology Studies.” Sociological Perspectives 66(5), 949-965.

    Li, Meiying. 2023. “Does Feminization Always Lead to Declines in Earnings? Evidence from China’s Marketization (1988 to 2013).” The Sociological Quarterly 64(4): 676-701.

    Marom, Oded. 2023. “Situational Orders: Interaction Patterns and the Standards for Evaluating Public Discourse.” Sociological Theory.

    Mitchum, Shawntae and Jalia Joseph. 2023. “The State of Black Sociology: A Critical Reflection of Joyce Ladner’s The Death of white Sociology.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

    Murphy, Demetrius Miles. 2023. ““Quem pode ser a dona?”: Afro-Brazilian women entrepreneurs and gendered racism.” Gender, Work & Organization: 1-17.

    Ramirez, Blanca A. 2023. “Anchoring work: how Latinx mixed-status families respond to interior immigration enforcement.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.


    External Fellowships and Grants

    Valentina Cantori, 2023. ASA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (ASA DDRIG).

    Demetrius Murphy, 2023-24. ASA Minority Fellowship.

    Demetrius Murphy, 2023. Russell Sage Foundation Dissertation Research Grant.

    Blanca Ramirez, 2023. UCLA Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship.

    Thalia Tom, 2023. ASA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (ASA DDRIG).

    Thalia Tom, 2023. Russell Sage Foundation Dissertation Research Grant.


    External Awards

    Anthony DiMario, 2023. Best Student Paper Award, ASA section on Drugs and Society.

    Demetrius Murphy, 2023. Global Division Paper Award, The Society for the Study of Social Problems.

    Kennedy Chi-Pan Wong, 2023. Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award, Pacific Sociological Association.


    Internal Awards

    Blanca Ramirez, 2023. USC PhD Achievement Award.

    Karina Santellano, 2023. The Order of Arête Award.

    Elisabeth Shimada, 2023. University Outstanding Teaching Award.

  • Publications

    Hook, Jennifer L, Meiying Li, Eunjeong Paek, Brigid Cotter. 2022. “National work-family policies and the occupational segregation of women and mothers in European countries, 1999-2016.” European Sociological Review.

    DiMario, Anthony. 2022. “To Punish, Parent, or Palliate: Governing Urban Poverty through Institutional Failure.” American Sociological Review.

    DiRago, Nicholas, Meiying Li, Thalia Tom, Will Schupmann, Yvonne Carrillo, Colleen M. Carey, and Michael S. Gaddis. 2022. “COVID-19 Vaccine Rollouts and the Reproduction of Urban Spatial Inequality: Disparities Within Large U.S. Cities in March and April 2021 by Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Composition.” Journal of Urban Health.

    Murphy, Demetrius Miles. 2022. “Aquilombamento, Entrepreneurial Black Placemaking in An Anti-Black City.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 8(2): 235-49.

    Santellano, Karina. 2022. “Pandemic Fieldwork: Navigating Personal Grief and Practicing Researcher Flexibility.” Latino Studies.

    Wong, Kennedy Chi-pan and Miu Chung Yan. 2022. “Leaving the Homeland Again for My Family’s Future: Post-Return Migration Among Hong Kong Canadians.” Journal of International Migration and Integration.


    External Fellowships and Grants

    Mary Ippolito, 2022. Haynes Lindley Dissertation Fellowship.

    Karina Santellano, 2022-2023. American Association of University Women (AAUW) Dissertation Fellowship.


    External Awards

    Valentina Cantori, 2022. Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award (Honorable Mention), ASA section on Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity.

    Valentina Cantori, 2022. Student Paper Award, ASA section on Sociology of Religion.

    Demetrius Murphy, 2022. Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship (Honorable Mention).

    Demetrius Murphy, 2022. Cristina Maria Riegos Distinguished Student Paper Award (Honorable Mention), ASA section on Latina/o Sociology.

    Demetrius Murphy, 2022. James E. Blackwell Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities.

    Demetrius Murphy, 2022. SSSP Kauffman Foundation Student Paper Award.

    Blanca Ramirez, 2022. Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA section on Sociology of Law.

    Karina Santellano, 2022. SWS Esther Ngan-ling Chow and Mareyjoyce Green Dissertation Scholarship (Honorable Mention Recipient).


    Internal Awards

    Valentina Cantori, 2022. Phi Kappa Phi Student Recognition Award.

    Ruiyi Li, 2022. USC East Asian Study Center Graduate Fellowship.

    Karina Santellano, 2022. USC Consortium for Gender, Sexuality, Race, and Public Culture Summer Graduate Fellowship.

    Elisabeth Shimada, 2022. General Education Graduate Assistant Award.

  • Publications

    Cantori, Valentina. 2021. “Inclusive and Included? Practices of Civic Inclusivity of American Muslims in Los Angeles.” Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review, srab019.

    Chakraborty, Arnab and Paul Lichterman. Forthcoming. “Ethnographic Approaches”. Oxford Handbook of Political Participation. New York: Oxford University Press.

    Ippolito, Mary. 2021. “Stone steppers” and “place makers”: community college students’ transfer aspirations and perceptions of time.” Teachers College Record. 123 (2) 1-30.

    Masek, Vaclav; Navia, Patricio; Perello, Lucas. 2021. “Demand without supply? Mass partisanship, ideological attachments, and the puzzle of Guatemala’s electoral market failure.” International Area Studies Review.

    Otero, Carolina. 2021. “Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Timely Bachelor’s Degree Attainment.” Social Sciences. 10(2): 44.

    Pandey, Kritika, Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, and Gianne Sheena Sabio. 2021. “Essential and Expendable: Migrant Domestic Workers and the COVID-19 Pandemic.” American Behavioral Scientist 1–15.

    Ramirez, Blanca. 2021. “Excluding Criminals or Mothers? How Vicarious Experiences Shape Legal Attitudes on Immigration Enforcement.” Social Problems.

    Santellano, Karina, Kimberly Higuera, and Felicia Arriaga. 2021. “Latina Educators in Sociology: Combating Trumpism with Critical Pedagogy.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

    Solorzano, Lizette and Paulina Ruiz. 2021. Saving DACA, healing ourselves: Aggressions and healing experiences during the course of DACA activism in Washington DC. Latino Studies, 19(2), 269-275.

    Wong, Kennedy Chi-pan. 2021. “From Helmets to Face Masks: How Collective Emotions Sustain Diaspora Mobilization from Homeland Uprising to Global Pandemic among the Hong Kongers.” Social Transformations in Chinese Societies. 17(2): 117-26.


    External Fellowships and Grants

    Minwoo Jung, 2021-22. Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship (declined).

    Carolina Otero, 2021. Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship Program (Honorable Mention).

    Blanca Ramirez, 2021. Haynes Foundation Dissertation Fellowship.

    Karina Santellano, 2021. ASA Culture Section John Mohr Grant.


    External Awards

    Blanca Ramirez, 2021. Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA section on Race, Gender, and Class.


    Internal Awards

    Margaret Davis, 2021. USC Center on Science, Technology, and Public Life, Summer Research Stipend.

    Mary Ippolito, 2021. Gold Family Graduate Fellowship.

    Mary Ippolito, 2021. University Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.

    Maria Labourt, 2021. USC Center on Science, Technology, and Public Life. Summer Research Stipend.

    Maria Labourt, 2021. USC MASTS Media As SocioTechnical Systems. Interdisciplinary research grant “Changing Infrastructures.”

    Kritika Pandey, 2021. Tedesco Graduate Student Scholarship.

    Elisabeth Shimada, 2021. Rockwell Dennis Hunt Scholastic Award (Honorable Mention).

  • Publications

    Choi, Carolyn. Forthcoming. “A Tale of Two Enclaves: Divergent Trajectories for Young South Korean Educational Migrants in Los Angeles’ Koreatown.” In Koreatowns: Exploring the Economics, Politics, and Identities of Korean Spatial Formations, edited by Soo Mee Kim, Stephen Cho Suh, and Jinwon Kim.

    Council, LaToya, Chelsea Johnson, Karina Santellano, and Hajar Yazdiha. 2020. “Linking Contexts, Intersectionality, and Generations: Toward a More Complex Theory of Millennials and Social Change.” Sociological Perspectives.

    Ramirez, Blanca and Devon Thacker Thomas. 2019. “Mexican Immigrants’ Reconceptualization of Intimate Partner Violence: Victimhood and Punishment.” Violence Against Women.

    Eberhardt, Maeve, and Anthony DiMario. 2020 “Colorblind along the color line: Racialized fractals, recursive oppositions, and control of meaning in developmental spaces.” Linguistics and Education 57 : 1008-19.

    Hook, Jennifer and Meiying Li. 2020. “Gendered Tradeoffs.”  Chapter 9 in the Handbook on Family Policy. Nieuwenhuis, R. and Van Lancker, W. (Eds.).  Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

    Hook, Jennifer and Eunjeong Paek. 2020.  “National Family Policies and Mothers’ Employment: How Earnings Inequality Shapes Policy Effects Across and Within Countries.” American Sociological Review, 85(3): 381-416.

    Hook, Jennifer and Eunjeong Paek. 2020.  “A Stalled Revolution?  Change in Women’s Labor Force Participation during Child-Rearing Years, Europe and the United States 1996-2016.”  Population and Development Review.

    Parreñas, Rhacel. Carolyn Choi, Hwang Maria. Forthcoming. “Gender, Sexuality, and Migration.” Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford University Press.

    Plasman, Jay. S., Gottfried, Michael, Williams, Darryl, Mary Ippolito, & Ann Owens. 2020. “Parents’ employment and students’ persistence in STEM fields: A narrative synthesis.” Adolescent Research Review.

    Santellano, Karina. 2020. “Compounded Inequality: How the U.S. Paycheck Protection Program is failing Los Angeles Latino small businesses.” Ethnic and Racial Studies.

    Weiss, Benjamin R. Forthcoming. “Rhetorical and Organizational Typification of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking as Discrete Forms of Violence.” Social Problems.

    Weiss, Benjamin R. Forthcoming. “‘Who Can We Tell Survivors to Call?’ The Institutionalization of Criminal-Legal Interventions in a Domestic Violence Organization.” Social Problems.


    External Fellowships and Grants

    LaToya Council, 2020. AAUW American Dissertation Fellowship.

    Anthony DiMario, 2020. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

    Minwoo Jung, 2020. Short-term Research Travel Grant, China and Inner Asia Council, Association for Asian Studies.

    Maria Labourt, 2020. Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) International Peace Scholarship.

    Oded Marom, 2020. ASA Sociology of Culture section COVID Crisis Grant.

    Oded Marom, 2020. Institute for Humane Studies Summer Fellowship.

    Karina Santellano, 2020. ASA Sociology of Culture section COVID Crisis Grant.

    Karina Santellano, 2020. SSSP Racial/Ethnic Minority Graduate Fellowship.

    Lizette Solorzano Perez, 2020. AAUW American Dissertation Fellowship.


    External Awards

    Minwoo Jung, 2020. Martin P. Levine Memorial Dissertation Award, ASA Section on the Sociology of Sexualities.

    Minwoo Jung, 2020. Best Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA Global and Transnational Sociology Section (Honorable Mention).

    Minwoo Jung, 2020. Graduate Student Research Paper Award, ASA Section on Asia and Asian America.

    Minwoo Jung, 2020. Best Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA Section on the Sociology of Sexualities.


    Internal Awards

    Carolyn Choi, 2020. USC PhD Achievement Award.

    Yael Findler, 2020. USC Graduate School Research Enhancement Fellowship.

    Oded Marom, 2020. Gold Family Graduate Fellowship.

    Karina Santellano, 2020. USC Graduate School Writing and Research Summer Fellowship.

    Karina Santellano, 2020. USC Center for the Changing Family COVID Small Grant.

  • Publications

    Candipan, Jennifer. 2019. “Neighborhood Change and the Neighborhood-School Gap.” Urban Studies 56(15): 3308-3333

    Candipan, Jennifer. 2019. “Change Agents on Two Wheels: Cycling and Spatial Justice in Los Angeles.” City & Community 18(3): 965-982

    Chlala, Robert (2019). Misfit medicine and queer geographies: The diverse economy and politics of cannabis in carceral Los Angeles. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space.

    Chung, Angie, Carolyn Choi, and Johng Ho Song. 2018. “Navigating Ethnic Hierarchies in Community-Academic Partnerships: A Case Study on Koreatown Community Politics.” AAPI Nexus Journal 16(1-2): 153-179

    DeVerteuil, Geoff, Yun, Ohsoon, and Choi, Carolyn. 2019. “Between the Cosmopolitan and the Parochial: the Immigrant Gentrifier in Koreatown, Los Angeles.” Social & Cultural Geography 20(1): 64-85.

    Hovav, April. 2019. “Producing Moral Palatability in the Mexican Surrogacy Industry.” Gender & Society 33(2): 273-295.

    Johnson, Chelsea, LaToya Council, Choi, Carolyn. 2019. IntersectionAllies: We Make Room for All, with a foreword by Kimberlé Crenshaw and a letter to parents by Ange-Marie Hancock Alfaro. New York: Dottir Press.

    Owens, Ann and Jennifer Candipan. 2019. “Racial/Ethnic Transition and Hierarchy Among Ascending Neighborhoods.” Urban Affairs Review 55(6), 1550–1578

    Owens, Ann and Jennifer Candipan. 2019. “Social and Spatial Inequality of Educational Opportunity: A Portrait of Schools Serving High- and Low-Income Neighborhoods.” Urban Studies 56(15), 3178–3197

    Santellano, Karina. 2019. “Exploring Undocumented Students’ Understandings of the Role of Higher Education during the Trump Era.” California Journal of Politics and Policy. Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley.

    Terriquez, Veronica and May Lin. 2019. “Yesterday They Marched, Today They Mobilized the Vote: A Developmental Model for Civic Leadership among the Children of Immigrants.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2018.1556457


    External Fellowships and Grants

    Robert Chlala, 2019. Center for Engaged Scholarship Dissertation Fellowship, Runner Up.

    Carolyn Choi, 2019. Korea Foundation Dissertation Fellowship.

    Minwoo Jung, 2019. Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship (finalist).

    Lizette Solorzano, 2019. Haynes Foundation Dissertation Fellowship.

    Rachelle Wang-Cendejas, 2019. Phi Kappa Phi Dissertation Fellowship.


    External Awards

    Robert Chlala, 2019. American Association of Geographers – Sexuality & Space Graduate Paper Prize, 2nd.

    April Hovav, 2019. ASA Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity Section Best Graduate Student Paper Award.

    Oded Marom, 2019. Center for Communal Studies Graduate Paper Award.


    Internal Awards

    Jennifer Candipan, 2019. USC PhD Achievement Award.

    LaToya Council, 2019. Louise Kerckhoff Prize Best Gender Studies Paper.

  • Publications

    Carroll, Megan. 2018. “Gay Fathers on the Margins: Race, Class, Marital Status, and Pathway to Parenthood.” Family Relations 67(1): 104-117.

    Carroll, Megan. “Managing without Moms: Gay Fathers, Incidental Activism, and the Politics of Parental Gender.” Conditional Accept from Journal of Family Issues.

    Choi, Carolyn, Hwang, Maria, and Rhacel Parreñas. (forthcoming). “Women on the Move: Stalled Gender Revolution in Global Migration” in Springer Handbook on the Sociology of Gender, edited by W. Scarborough, B. Risman, and C. Froyum. New York: Springer Press.

    Dasgupta, Kushan. 2018. “Generosity and compliance: Recruitment-work and the pathways to participation in bone marrow donation.” Social Science & Medicine. 206:86-92.

    Fan, Yu-Kang and Rhacel Parreñas. (forthcoming). “Who Cares for the Children and the Elderly? Gender and Transnational Families.” in Childhood and Parenting in Transnational Settings, edited by Viorela Ducu, Mihaela Nedelcu, and Aron Telegdi-Csetri. New York, NY: Springer.

    Johnson, Chelsea and Kristen Barber. (forthcoming 2018). “Gender, Sexuality and Hair in the Modern Age.” Geraldine Biddle-Perry (Ed.) A Cultural History of Hair.  Bloomsbury Press.

    Kantachote, Krittiya and Rhacel Parrenas. (forthcoming). “The Precarious Labor of Asian Immigrant Women: 1970s to the Present.” in Local/Global: Asian American and Pacific Islander Women’s History Anthology, edited by Shirley Hune and Gail M. Nomura. New York University Press.

    Parrenas, Rhacel, Krittiya Kantachote, and Rachel Silvey. (forthcoming). “Migrant Domestic Workers and the Management of Unfree Labor in Singapore.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

    Pastor, Manuel, Veronica Terriquez, and May Lin. 2018. “How Community Organizing Promotes Health Equity, And How Health Equity Affects Organizing.” Health Affairs 37(3):358–63.


    External Fellowships and Grants

    Jennifer Candipan, 2018. National Academy of Education (NAEd)/Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellowship.

    Carolyn Choi, 2018. J. William Fulbright Commission Fellowship.

    April Hovav, 2018. ACLS/Mellon Dissertation Completion Fellowship.

    May Lin, 2018. American Sociological Association’s Minority Fellowship Program.

    Blanca A. Ramirez, 2018. National Science Foundation Fellowship.

    Blanca A. Ramirez, 2018. Ford Predoctoral Fellowship.


    External Awards

    Jennifer Candipan, 2018. American Association of Geographers USGS Urban Geography Graduate Student Fellowship Award.

    Carolyn Choi, 2018. ASA Asia and Asian America Section Graduate Student Paper Award.

  • Publications

    Choi, Carolyn. 2017. “Moonlighting in the Nightlife: From Indentured to Precarious Labor in Los Angeles Koreatown’s Hostess Industry.” Sexualities 20(4): 446-462.

    Musto, Michela, Cheryl Cooky, and Michael Messner. 2017. “‘From fizzle to sizzle!’: Televised sports news and the production of gender-bland sexism.’ Gender & Society 31(5): 573-96.

    Myers, Kit. 2017. ““If I’m Going to Do It, I’m Going to Do It Right”: Intensive Mothering Ideologies among Childless Women Who Elect Egg Freezing.” Gender & Society. 31(6): 777-803.

    Weiss, Benjamin R. 2017. “Patterns of Interaction in Webcam Sex Work: A Comparative Analysis of Female and Male Broadcasters.” Deviant Behavior.

    Jung, Minwoo. 2017. “Precarious Seoul: Urban Inequality and Belonging of Young Adults in South Korea,” positions: asia critique 25.4: 745-767.

    Gottfried, Michael, Owens, Ann, Williams, Darryl N., Kim, Hui Yon and Michela Musto. 2017. “Friends and Family: A Synthesis on How High School Social Groups Influence Advanced Math and Science Coursetaking.” Education Policy Analysis Archives 25(62): 1-22.

    DeVerteuil, Geoff, Yun, Ohsoon, and Carolyn Choi. 2017. “Between the Cosmopolitan and the Parochial: The Immigrant Gentrifier in Koreatown, Los Angeles.” Social and Cultural Geography 1-23.

    Admire, Amanda and Blanca Ramirez. “Violence and Disability: Experiences and Perceptions of Victimization among Deaf People.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence.


    External Fellowships and Grants

    Jennifer Candipan, 2017. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant.

    Stephanie Canizales, 2017. Ford Foundation Dissertation Completion Fellowship.

    Kushan Dasgupta, 2017. Haynes Lindley Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship.

    April Hovav, 2017. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant.

    Minwoo Jung, 2017. Kyujanggak Junior Fellowship from Seoul National University.

    Minwoo Jung, 2017. SSRC Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellowship.

    Carolyn Choi, 2017. Academy of Korean Studies Graduate Studies Fellowship.

    Blanca Ramirez, 2017. Latino Center for Leadership Development Research Grant.


    External Awards

    Stephanie Canizales, 2017. ASA Latina/o Sociology Section Distinguished Contribution to Research Article Award.

    Megan Carroll, 2017. First Place, Alpha Kappa Delta Graduate Paper Competition.

    Michela Musto, 2017. ASA Children & Youth Section Graduate Student Paper Award.

    Michela Musto, 2017. ASA Sex & Gender Section Graduate Student Paper Award.

    Carolyn Choi, 2017. National Academy of Science/Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, Semi-Finalist.

    Minwoo Jung, 2017. Finalist, ISA Worldwide Competition for Junior Sociologists.

  • Publications

    Agius Vallejo, Jody and Stephanie L. Canizales. 2016. “Latino/a professionals as entrepreneurs: how race, class, and gender shape entrepreneurial incorporation.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39(9): 1637-1656.

    Anderson, Eric, Mark McCormack and Matthew Ripley. 2016. “Sixth form girls and bisexual burden.” Journal of Gender Studies, 25(1): 24-34.

    Burke, Nathaniel B. 2016. “Intimate Commodities: Intimate Labor and the Production and Circulation of Inequality.” Sexualities 19(7): 780-801.

    Burke, Nathaniel B. 2016. “Hegemonic Masculinity at Work in the Gay Adult Film Industry.” Sexualities 19(5-6): 587-607.

    Burke, Nathaniel B. 2016. “Straight-Acting: Gay Pornography, Heterosexuality, and Hegemonic Masculinity.” Porn Studies 3(3): 238-254.

    Dasgupta, Kushan, and Paul Lichterman. 2016. “How a Housing Advocacy Coalition Adds Health: a Culture of Claims-making.” Social Science and Medicine, 165: 255-262.

    Messner, Michael A. and Michela Musto (eds). 2016. Child’s play: Sport in kids’ worlds. Rutgers University Press.

    Musto, Michela and PJ McGann. 2016. “Strike a Pose! The Femininity Effect in Collegiate Women’s Sport.” Sociology of Sport Journal 33(2): 101-12.

    Psihopaidas, Demetrios. Forthcoming. “Intimate standards: Medical knowledge and self-making in digital transgender groups.” Sexualities.

    Parreñas, Rhacel and Carolyn Choi. 2016.  “Migration.” Pp. 490-507 In the Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theory, edited by L. Disch and M. Hawkesworth. New York: Oxford University Press.


    External Fellowships and Grants

    Stephanie Canizales, 2016. American Sociological Association’s Minority Fellowship Program.

    Stephanie Canizales, 2016. Haynes Lindley Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship.

    Minwoo Jung, 2016. SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF).

    Minwoo Jung, 2016. Asian Graduate Student Fellowship from the National University of Singapore.

    Michela Musto, 2016. AAUW American Dissertation Fellowship.

    Michela Musto, 2016. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant.

    Demetrios Psihopaidas, 2016.  John Money Fellowship, Indiana University.

    Demetrios Psihopaidas, 2016. Canada Research Chair in Transgender Studies Grant.

    Demetrios Psihopaidas, 2016. Junior Research Fellowship, National Institute of Health.


    External Awards

    Stephanie Canizales, 2016. “Top 30 Thinkers Under 30”. Pacific Standard Magazine.

    Stephanie Canizales, 2016. Ford Foundation Dissertation Completion Fellowship (Honorable Mention).

    Alli Cortiz, 2016. National Science Foundation (Honorable Mention).

    LaToya Council, 2016. Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship (Honorable Mention).

  • Publications

    Canizales, Stephanie L. 2015. “American individualism and the social incorporation of unaccompanied Guatemalan Maya young adult in Los Angeles.” Ethnic and Racial Studies.

    Cooky, Cheryl,  Michael A. Messner and Michela Musto. 2015. “‘It’s dude time!’: A quarter century of excluding women’s sports in televised news and highlights shows.” Communication & Sport.

    Johnson, Chelsea. 2015. “’Just Because I Dance like a Ho I’m Not a Ho’: Cheerleading at the Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender.”  Sociology of Sport Journal, 32: 377-394.

    Myers, Kit, Zoe Daily, and John Jain. 2015. “Why Do So Few Women Return to Utilize Cryopreserved Oocytes? Qualitative Insights Into Elective Oocyte Cryopreservation.” Fertility and Sterility. 103(2): e30-e30.


    External Fellowships and Grants 

    Stephanie Canizales, 2015. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant.

    April Hovav, 2015. SSRC International Dissertation Research Fellowship.

    Michela Musto, 2015. Haynes Lindley Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship.

    Demetrios Psihopaidas, 2015. Junior Research Fellowship, National Institutes of Health.

    Carolyn Choi, 2015. Korea Foundation Graduate Studies Fellowship.


    External Awards

    May Lin, 2015. Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship (Honorable Mention).