PAM faculty grants and fellowships awarded within the past two years

Listed in chronological order, with most recently awarded first.

 

Nicolas Bottan, Long-term economic and social consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean, Cornell Atkinson COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund.

Adriana Reyes, Unmet Caregiving Need Across State Policy Contexts, Syracuse University (flowthrough National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging).

Zhuan Pei and Pauline Leung, Experimental Estimates of the Long-Run Impacts of Welfare Reform on Participants and their Children, University of California, Berkeley (flowthrough the Laura and John Arnold Foundation).

Adriana ReyesHealth Shocks And Changes In Spatial Proximity Between Parents And Children By Race, pilot award from the Center for Aging and Policy Studies (flowthrough National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging).

Kelly Musick (Co-PI) and Jennifer Karas Montez (PI, Syracuse University), Center for Aging and Policy Studies, National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging P30 Demography and Economics of Aging Centers  Program. 

Laura Tach, Disconnected Men: Work & Family in the Lives of Prime-Age Men, Richardson Foundation. Inc.

Rick Geddes (Co-PI) and Max Zhang (PI, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering), Toward a statewide public Internet of Things (IoT) network, National Science Foundation.

Adriana Reyes, Caring for Adult’s with Cognitive Decline Across State Policy Contexts, University of Southern California (USC) flowthrough National Institutes of Health. 

Nicolas Ziebarth, Employers and Paid Leave: Assessing the Interdependencies between State-Level Mandates, Medical Leave and Voluntary Provisions of Paid Leave, Washington Center for Equitable Growth.

Warren Brown and Matt Hall, Reopening New York - Data needs of Regional and County Health Planners, Cornell Atkinson COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund.

Don Kenkel and Alan Mathios, The Economics of Tobacco Harm Reduction: A Cross-Country Analysis, Foundation for a Smoke-Free World.

Don Kenkel (Co-PI) and Karla Hanson (PI), Evaluation of a Civic Engagement Approach to Catalyze Built Environment Change and Promote Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Among Rural Residents, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute.

Laura Tach, Assessing the Impact of Place-Based and Place-Conscious Interventions on Economic Mobility, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Nicolas Ziebarth, US Sick Pay Mandates: Coverage and Welfare Effects, Cornell Center for Social Sciences.

Monica Hargraves, Building Character in Youth through a Game-based Solution to a Community Challenge, Montclair State University (flowthrough Templeton World Charity Foundation Inc.).

Maureen WallerEngaged Scholar Prize, Cornell Office of Engagement Initiatives.

Nicolas Ziebarth, Employers and Paid Leave: Assessing the Interdependencies between State-level Mandates, Medical Leave, and Voluntary Provisions of Paid Leave, Washington Center for Equitable Growth.

Colleen Carey, What is the Advantage of Medicare Advantage? Supply and Demand Factors in Medicare Beneficiaries’ Enrollment in Private Insurance, Cornell Center for Social Sciences.

Matt Hall and Jan Vink, State Data Center Program Services, New York State Department of Labor.

Peter Rich, Dividing Lines: School District Boundaries and the Geography of Unequal Opportunity, Cornell Center for Social Sciences, 2020/21 CCSS Faculty Fellow cohort.

Sharon Sassler, Pre-Marital Cohabitation and Diverging Destinies: Gender & Class Differences in Life Trajectories and Family Formation, The Center for the Study of Inequality (CSI), Cornell University.

Sharon Sassler, Pre-Marital Cohabitation and Diverging Destinies: Gender & Class Differences in Life Trajectories and Family Formation, Cornell Center for Social Sciences.

Rosemary Avery and Alan Mathios (along with researchers from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell Law and the College of Veterinary Medicine), The E-Cigarette Population Paradox: Testing Effects of Youth-Targeted Population Warnings For E-Cigarettes Among Two Key Populations, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, and the Food and Drug Administration.

Rachel Dunifon and Laura Tach, Protecting Vulnerable Families And Children In The Crosshairs Of The Opioid Epidemic: A Research-Practice Partnership In Upstate NY, William T Grant Foundation Inc.

Kelly Musick, Trends in Couples’ Work Patterns After Childbirth, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

Rosemary Avery, Direct And Indirect Effects Of Direct-To-Consumer Advertising, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Nicolas Ziebarth, Policies for Action, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.