The Center awards up to four grants of up to $25,000 each for
research in our priority research areas. Preference is given to
junior scholars from all disciplines, both quantitative and
qualitative research proposals are welcomed.
We are pleased to announce the winners for our 2013-2014 Small
Grants for Poverty Research. All recipients will receive grants
to support their research projects related to the core themes of
the Center and will present at our 2015 Small Grants Conference.
The Center for Poverty Research (CPR), located at the University
of California, Davis invites proposals for its 2014–15 Small
Grants Competition. CPR seeks to fund research that will expand
our understanding of the causes and consequences of
poverty. The goal of this program is to fund proposals
focused on our core research areas that display sound research
design and high potential impact. CPR anticipates funding
up to 4 proposals, up to a maximum of $25,000 per award.
DAVIS, Calif. — Emerging poverty researchers from across the
country presented findings from their Center for Poverty Research
Small Grants-funded studies at the 2011-2012 Small Grants
Recipients Conference on Friday, April 26, 2013.
We are pleased to announce the winners for our 2012 Small Grants
for Poverty Research: Martha J. Bailey, Thomas DeLeire, Roberto
G. Gonzales, Brian T. Melzer, and Patrick Sharkey. All will
receive grants to support specific research projects related to
the core themes of the Center and will present at our 2013 Small
Grants Conference. Congratulations!