Several faculty members have been awarded grants to fund their research on race, justice, and inequality.
2020-22 “Undocumented Immigration, Crime, and Recidivism: Evidence from Texas.” National Institute of Justice. (PI: Michael T. Light) $396,194. (Award 2019-R2-CX-0058)
2020-2021 “Estimating the Reciprocal Relationship between COVID-19 Infections of Prisoners and Staff and Infections in the Surrounding Communities.” National Science Foundation (PIs: Danielle Wallace and John Eason; collaborative proposal with Arizona State University) $199, 887. (SES Award # 2032747)
2019-21 “Immigration, Legal Status, and Criminal Adjudication in State Courts.” National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences Program Grant. (PI: Michael T. Light) $315,558. (SES Award # 1849297)
2019-21 “Generating High-Quality Verifiable Relational Data About News Coverage of Social Movement Events.” National Science Foundation Sociology Program Grant. (PIs: Pamela Oliver and Chaeyoon Lim) $ $383,999. (SES Award # 1918342).
2018-20 Improving Outcomes for Incarcerated Parents and their Children through Enhanced Jail Visits. University of Wisconsin-Madison UW2020. (Poehlmann-Tynan, J., & Massoglia, M., PIs. Kerr, M., Charles, P., Holden, K., & Sager, L.) $350,000