Dissertations by students specializing in this area

Altman, Claire E. 2013. High Fertility among Mexican Immigrants to the United States: Myth or Reality?

Baker, Elizabeth H. 2010. Three essays on BMI trajectories by generation during the transition toadulthood.

Hall, Matt. 2010. From a World Away to Living Next Door: The Residential Segregation and Attainmentof America’s Newest Immigrants.

Hannscott, Lauren. 2016. Race/Ethnicity, Immigration, Socioeconomic Status and School Choice: AnIndividual-, School-, and Neighborhood-Level Analysis.

Light, Michael T. 2013. Punishing the 'Others': Citizenship and State Social Control in the United Statesand Germany.

Mateyka, Peter J. 2012. Aging in Place: Racial, Ethnic, and Nativity Variations in the ResidentialAttainment of America’s Elderly

Mayol-García, Yerís. 2016. The Long-Term Influence Of Parental Migration On Children In Mexico

Noah, Aggie J. 2016. Impacts Of Legal Status And Residential Contexts On Mexican Immigrants’ Post-Migration Experiences

Sánchez, Luis. 2013. Establishing Legacies: A Study of Immigrant Homeownership in the United States

Wang, Xiaozhou. 2012. A Distributional Analysis of Earnings Assimilation of Immigrants in the UnitedStates: 1994-2008