Research Scholars Program

Our Research Scholars Program supports the work of the next generation of researchers by funding emerging scholars to conduct research with Center investigators. We seek emerging scholars who demonstrate a strong interest in conducting research on low-income Hispanic populations.

The goal of the Research Scholars Program is to support and expand the pipeline of emerging scholars, including those from historically underrepresented populations, pursuing research on Hispanic children and families that can inform programs, policies, and services to promote the social and economic well-being of Hispanic children and families.

The program is open to emerging scholars ranging from advanced graduate students (those in their third year or higher of a Ph.D. program by the start of the program), postdocs, and early career scholars (up to 5 years post-Ph.D.). We strongly encourage scholars from historically underrepresented populations to apply.

The 2019 application period has closed. Check back soon for updates.

Past Research Scholars

2016 Research Scholars

Zoelene Hill, Ph.D.

Christina Padilla, M.P.P.

2015 Research Scholars

Wyatt Clarke

Soojin Oh Park, Ph.D.

2014 Research Scholars

Marta Alvira-Hammond, M.A.

Arya Ansari, Ph.D.

Henry Gonzalez, Ph.D.