CJRC 2021 Graduate Student Research Award
Congratulations to Christopher Seto and Julia Dillavou! The CJRC received eight outstanding applications for our 2021 Graduate Student Summer Research Award program, which provides a summer stipend for work on a specific study. This is record number of proposals submitted for this program. We were able to make the following two awards based on available funding:
Christopher Seto - “Understanding Variation in Hate Crimes and Hate Organizations Across Time and Space: Evidence from Google Trends”.
Julia Dillavou - “Solidarity or Solitude? How Correlates of Incarceration Impact Friendship Among Imprisoned Women”.
Chris and Julia are both in the Department of Sociology and Criminology Graduate Program. We congratulate them both on their successful submissions and we look forward to reporting on their results in a future Docket!