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Engaging Women in the Market for Mobile Money
Faculty Associate Jessica Goldberg awarded National Science Foundation three-year grant to examine questions of participation and impact for women
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Kinship, Nuptiality and Child Health Outcomes in a Low Income Urban Area - JAMAA na AFYA ya MTOTO (JAMO)
Sangeetha Madhavan PI, with Kristen Stoebenau, Kenneth Leonard and Michael Wagner
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Work mobility during COVID
NSF Rapid Response project will examine job restructuring, policy effects
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Can COVID-19 change the work culture at home?
Survey identifies shifts in domestic labor for men and women
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Investigating Determinants of Educational Attainment and Achievement in Mexico
NSF award funds collaboration between scholars at the University of Maryland and the University of Pennsylvania to study the effects of supply-side and demand-side policies
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Rashawn Ray comments on police reform on Texas Public Radio
Extensive interview provides detailed program for change
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Ruth Zambrana named Distinguished University Professor
A leading voice for minority and underrepresented groups
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New York Times Article quotes Kearney in discussion of child care and opening the economy
Child care key to economy re-opening
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Fish editorial published in AJPH
So-called “conversion therapy” efforts create serious harm for youth that are LGBTQ
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Kearney quoted in Washington Post article on economic inequality in large cities
Big cities no longer an economic driver of the middle class for the less educated and minority populations
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