In this paper, Annie Hines evaluates the effects of Colorado’s legislation on the college application, enrollment, persistence, and completion of Colorado undergraduates using a differences-in-differences methodology
In this paper, Cynthia van der Werf studies how the largest inflow of refugees in U.S. history affected U.S. children. Cynthia's paper also examines whether native children’s academic achievement was lower in ZIP Codes with higher shares of refugees using the National Education Longitudinal Study (NELS88) and U.S. Census data.
The NAWS was begun in 1989 to help DOL determine the supply of labor available to US crop agriculture so that, in conjunction with USDA estimates of the demand for crop workers, the proper number of free-agent RAW workers could have been legalized or admitted to prevent farm labor shortages. This workshop will review almost 30 years of NAWS data.
The roundtable will bring together activists and scholars from around to world to explore how border produced struggles against racialized and gendered violence, militarization, occupation displacement, partition, and colonization.
Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art Roundtable | UC Davis