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Endnotes: Winter 2021 Newsletter

Endnotes is a regular feature of the CSSH newsletter that lists accomplishments of our faculty, undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, and other members of our CSSH community.

CSSH Applicants to Fulbright

Drew Baldwin, International Affairs `21

Paula Soumaya Domit, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics `22

Abbott Gailmard, Environmental Studies/International Affairs `22

Maxcy Grasso, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics `22

Abigail Hartzel, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics `22

Julia Jaime Rodriguez, Security and Resilience Studies `22

Alissa Lederer, English `19

Daliyah Middleton, English `22

Larissa Morikawa, Political Science/International Affairs `21

Nicole Naquin, Political Science `22

Natalie Reeder, International Affairs `22

April Sim, Environmental Studies/International Affairs `22

Paloma Socorro, Political Science `22

Pearl Strand, Criminal Justice/Political Science `21

Zaneta Sulley, Criminal Justice/Sociology `22

Nominee for Knight-Hennessy Scholarship

Paula Soumaya Domit, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics major `22

Major Faculty Grants and Awards

Transdisciplinary Training at the Intersection of Environmental Health Science and Social Science

  • Phil Brown, Sociology
  • Funder: National Institutes of Health

The Portland/South Portland Police Department Data Analysis Project

  • Jack McDevitt and Carlos Cuevas, Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Funder: Roux Institute

(Not) All In: Race, Ethnicity, and Healthcare Exclusion in America’s City on a Hill

  • Tiffany Joseph, Sociology and Anthropology
  • Funder: National Library of Medicine

Predicting the Next COVID Outbreak

  • Dan O’Brien, Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Criminology and Criminal Justice; Nick Beauchamp, Political Science; and Ryan Wang, English
  • Funder: Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) in collaboration with Kostas Research Institute at Northeastern

Robert Morris: An Advocate for Educational Justice in Nineteenth- Century Boston

  • Kabria Baumgartner, History
  • Funder: Spencer Foundation

Biographical Disruption? Transitions from College to Adulthood Amid the Pandemic and Its Aftermath: a Longitudinal Study

  • Linda Blum, Sociology and Anthropology
  • Funder: Spencer Foundation

Center for Atypical Language Interpreting

  • Diana Doucette, CALI, and Lori Whynot, ASL
  • Funder: U. S. Department of Education

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