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EXTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS

2014-15 Pending. National Science Foundation, Law and Social Sciences. “Criminal Records, Race, and College Admission.” [co-PI with Robert Stewart]. 10/1/14-9/30/15. $205,147.

2014-16 Mershon Center, Ohio State University. “Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” [co-PI with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. 7/1/14-6/30/15. $10,000.

2014-16 American Sociological Association, Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline. “Genocide, Justice, and Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” [co-PI with Hollie Nyseth Brehm]. 7/1/14-6/30/15. $6,960.

2010-13 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research. "The Effects of Incarceration on the Health of Individuals, Families, and Communities." [Co-PI with Jason Schnittker] 6/1/10-5/30/13. $415,216.

2008-13 NIH - National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. “Work Experience and Mental Health: A Panel Study of Youth.” [Co-Investigator with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) et al.]. 4/1/08-3/31/13. $1,250,000.

2007-09 National Science Foundation. “Gender Differences in the Causes and Consequences of Drug Use.” [Co-PI with Melissa Thompson]. 5/13/07-4/29/09. $108,074 ($24,700 at Minnesota).

2007-08 National Institute of Justice. “The Effects of Low-Level Offense Records and Race on Employability” [PI with The Council on Crime and Justice]. $35,000.

2007-08 JEHT Foundation. “The Effects of Low-Level Offense Records and Race on Employability” [PI with The Council on Crime and Justice]. 5/1/07-10/31/08. $265,300 ($80,000 at University).

2006-07 The Sentencing Project. “Voting and Civic Reintegration in Oregon.” [Co-PI with Michelle Inderbitzin]. 6/1/06-5/31/07. $5,500.

2002-07 NIH - National Institute of Mental Health and National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. “Work Experience and Mental Health: A Panel Study of Youth” [Co-Investigator with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) et al.]. 8/12/02-8/11/07. $1,557,287.

2005-06 National Institute on Drug Abuse/National Institutes of Health. “Peers, Parents, and Media: Effects on Youth Substance Use.” 1/1/06-12/31/06. $67,917. Not funded.

1996-06 National Institute of Mental Health, Institutional Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA). “Mental Health and Adjustment in the Life Course.” [Core Faculty Member and Co-Investigator on this training grant with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) et al.]

2004-05 Russell Sage Foundation. “Adding Criminal History Information to the 2004 General Social Survey” [Co-Investigator with Jeff Manza, Devah Pager, and Tom Smith]. $36,000. Not funded.

2000-02 Soros Foundation. Open Society Institute Individual Project Fellowship [with Jeff Manza, Northwestern]. 7/1/00-12/31/02. $101,164 ($50,602 at Minnesota).

1999-02 National Science Foundation. “Political Consequences of Felon Disenfranchisement.” [with Jeff Manza, Northwestern] 6/1/99-12/31/02. $210,000 ($101,570 at Minnesota).

1997-02 NIH - National Institute of Mental Health. “Work Experience and Mental Health: A Panel Study of Youth.” [Co-Investigator with Jeylan Mortimer (PI) and Michael Finch]. 3/1/97-2/28/02. $845,304.

1998-99 National Institute of Justice. “Careers in Crime and Substance Use.” $45,903.

INTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS

2008-09 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Effect of Vitamin-D Supplementation on the Mental Health and Behavior of Prison Inmates” [with Lindsey Merritt].

2006-07 College of Liberal Arts. “Minnesota Exits and Entries Project.” $65,000. [PI with faculty and graduate student collaborators].

2006 Graduate Research Partnership. "Why Did They Attack Us? Extending Stark's Theory of Police Riots." 5/29/06-8/27/06. [with Jesse Wozniak]. $5,948.

2005 Graduate Research Partnership. “Do Former Felons Vote? Turnout among Prison Releasees 1978 to 2004.” [with Shelly Schaefer]. 5/26/05-8/22/05. $5,269.

2004-06 Life Course Center. “Age, Gender, and Sexual Harassment in Japan and the United States.” [with Chika Shinohara]. Research assistance.

2004 Graduate Research Partnership Program. “Musical Preferences and Drug Consumption.” [with Michael Vuolo]. $5,270. Not funded.

2003 Graduate Research Partnership. “The Effect of Children on Crime and Recidivism.” [with Sara Wakefield]. 5/26/03-8/22/03. $5,269.

2003 Sociology/College of Liberal Arts. Underrepresented Graduate Partnership. “Collateral Civil Penalties and Consequences.” [with Darren Wheelock]. 5/26/03-8/24/03. $3,750.

2002-03 Sabbatical Supplement Award.

2002 Graduate Research Partnership. Sexual Harassment in Adolescence and Adulthood.” [with Amy Blackstone] $7,951.

2002 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Racial Threat and Changes in Felon Disfranchisement Law in the United States, 1850-2000.” [with Angela Behrens] Spring 2002. $1,661.

2001-04 McKnight Presidential Fellow.

2001 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “The Diffusion of Anti-Discrimination Legislation Based on Sexual Orientation.” [with Brian Duginske]. $1,650.

2000 Life Course Center. “Sexual Harassment and Legal Mobilization in Adolescence and Young Adulthood.” Semester research assistance.

1999 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Employee Theft and Career Goals.” [with Jessica Huiras]. $1,100.

1998 Undergraduate Research Opportunity. “Trends in Equal Employment Opportunity Complaints” [with Sara Wakefield]. $1,080.

1996-98 Graduate School Grant-in-Aid. “Adolescent Employment, Status Origins, and Deviant Behavior.” $14,050.

1997 Faculty Summer Research Fellowship. “Age, Crime, and the School-to-Work Transition: A Comparative Analysis.” $5,000.

1996-97 Life Course Center. “Status Origins, Youth Employment, and Deviance.” Single quarter research assistance.

1995-96 Graduate School Grant-in-Aid. “Work, Crime, and Drug Use: A Life Course Model of Desistance from Deviant Roles.” $13,080.



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