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Pop-Up Grant Recipients

 

The NCID Pop-Up Research and Scholarship Grants (Pop-Up Grants) provide opportunities for scholars to actively engage in diversity research and scholarship around emerging or re-emerging social issues and disseminate findings quickly to the public. Pop-Up Grant Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are released throughout the year. Some RFPs will focus on addressing specific themes or topics.

 

 

GRANT PERIOD: JANUARY-JUNE 2018
THEMES: MICROAGGRESSIONS: CONCEPTUAL, RESEARCH, AND PRACTICE/INTERVENTION IMPLICATIONS; FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND RACE: CONSIDERATIONS, TENSIONS, AND CONTRADICTIONS

 

Campus Climate for Latinx Students at a PWI in the Age of Trump
Lorraine Gutierrez, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in the School of Social Work, Department of Psychology, and Latina/o Studies at the University of Michigan

Campus Protest Policy Project
Charles H.F. Davis III, Assistant Professor of Clinical Education the University of Southern California

Cartographies of Racial Violence
Jaime Alves, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island of the City University of New York (CUNY) and Associate Researcher at the Centro de Estudios Afrodiaspóricos of Universidad Icesi, Colombia

Developing a Comprehensive Conceptual Model of Hierarchical Microaggressions in Higher Education Settings
Ahlam Lee, Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies at Xavier University

Exploring Daily Microaggressions and Health Behaviors in the Lives of Black Young Sexual Minority Men
Stephanie Cook, Assistant Professor in the Departments of Biostatistics and Social & Behavioral Health at New York University

How Can We Talk About Race in the Classroom?: A Content Analysis of Missouri Learning Standards for K-12 Education
Summer Pennell, Assistant Professor of English Education

Intersectional Challenges in Mobilizing Activists on the basis of Race and Gender during the Presidency of Donald J. Trump
Michael Heaney, Assistant Professor of Organizational Studies and Political Science at the University of Michigan

Latino Millennials (Non)Belonging in a Segregated City: Moving Towards a Spatial Understanding of Microaggressions
Cassaundra Rodriguez, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Remembering America's Immigration History: The Role of Flags
Sahana Mukherjee, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Gettysburg College

Tell It Like It Is: Student Stories of Racial Interactions and Campus Climate
Rosalie Rolón-Dow, Associate Professor of Education at the University of Delaware

The Negative Consequences of Mere Exposure to Microaggressions
Denise Sekaquaptewa, Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan