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Poverty Center News and Events: October 2012

Welcome back! We are thrilled to embark on our second year at the Center after a very successful inaugural season, thanks in large part to your continuing support and dedication to poverty research.

Below we highlight our October seminars, our recent graduate student retreat, and funding opportunities you’ll want to check out, including our winter/spring call for GSR funding. We also put a spotlight on Research Affiliate Erin Hamilton’s work with doctoral candidate Ethan Evans on Immigrant-Native Disparities in Children’s Health Care and their resulting Policy Brief, which was funded by the Center through our graduate fellowship program.

We look forward to a great year of poverty research!

Ann, Marianne and Meagan

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Meet Our Researchers

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Erin R. Hamilton
Associate Professor of Sociology

Erin Hamilton received her degree in Sociology from the University of Texas, Austin in 2009. Her current research investigates the social and demographic sources of international migration from Mexico to the United States.

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State Child Health Insurance Program Policies & Immigrant-Native Disparities in Children’s Health Care
Erin Hamilton (Affiliate in Sociology) with graduate researcher Ethan Evans (Sociology)

This project, funded through the Center for Poverty Research Graduate Student Fellowship Program, examines whether differences in state implementation of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) affects disparities in health care between children of immigrants and children of natives. 

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External Funding and Other Opportunities

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