Doctoral Student Fellowship

Each year the CCYP awards competitive fellowships to one or two UCB graduate students advanced to candidacy whose dissertation focuses on a child or youth policy issue. Reflecting the diversity of the faculty affiliated with the CCYP, the fellowships are designed to attract students from any discipline on campus.

Past recipients of the CCYP Dissertation fellowship are listed below. Instructions for application for current/future fellowships are available here.

2016

Raúl Chávez, School of Social Welfare

Congratulations to Raúl Chávez on receiving the 2016 CCYP Dissertation Fellowship!

Psychosocial development and the identification with work: An identity-based approach to understanding the work roles, choices, and behaviors of Latino males in California ABSTRACT

2014

Reiko Kimiko Boyd, School of Social Welfare

Place matters: A county-level study of Black infant health and front-end child welfare disparity ABSTRACT

2013

Bryn King, School of Social Welfare

Adolescent Motherhood and the Child Welfare System: Risk of Childbearing Among Maltreated Female Youth Exposed to Foster Care ABSTRACT

Sira Park, School of Education

Does parent involvement matter? Longitudinal Effects of Parent School-Based Involvement on Child- and School-Level Outcomes ABSTRACT

2011-2012

Candace Hamilton Hester, Goldman School of Public Policy

Investigation of the Mechanisms of the Decline of Teacher Quality ABSTRACT

Ahna Suleiman, School of Public Health

The Role of Emotion in Adolescent Sexual Decision-Making ABSTRACT

2011-2012

Candace Hamilton Hester, Goldman School of Public Policy

Investigation of the Mechanisms of the Decline of Teacher Quality ABSTRACT

Ahna Suleiman, School of Public Health

The Role of Emotion in Adolescent Sexual Decision-Making ABSTRACT

2010-2011

Yolanda Anyon, School of Social Welfare

Racial Group Differences in School-Based Health and Social Services: An Exploration of the Role of Referral Routines ABSTRACT

Kenzo Sung, Graduate School of Education

Imperial Eyes on the Prize: American and British Educational Reforms, National Discourses and Legacies of Empire in the Postwar Era ABSTRACT

2009-2010

Emily Putnam-Horstein, School of Social Welfare

Do accidents happen? An examination of injury mortality among maltreated children ABSTRACT

Katie Schmidt Raher, Graduate School of Education

Preschool Teacher Practices and the Prevention of Reading Difficulties ABSTRACT

2008-2009

Sunyoung Jung, School of Social Welfare

The effects of maternal employment on parenting behaviors of low-income mothers: The "parental economic stress" model and the "work-to-family spillover" model ABSTRACT

Erika Weissinger, Goldman School of Public Policy

Reasons for Attrition Among Public Adoption Seekers: Findings from interviews with individuals who did not complete the process ABSTRACT