Key Courses Taught by Faculty Fellows

During the 2015-2018 term of the Deportation Relief Project, ISS’ Faculty Fellows are teaching a number of courses that are topically or methodologically related to the project.

Applied Multivariate Statistics in Public Affairs (PAM 5100): Matthew Hall – Spring 2016

Causal Reasoning and Policy Evaluation (ECON 3170): Jordan Matsudaira – Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2018

Empirical Strategies for Policy Analysis (ECON 6590): Jordan Matsudaira – Spring 2016, Fall 2016

Immigration and Public Policy (DSOC 3040): Matthew Hall – Spring 2016, Spring 2018

Immigrant Incorporation (PAM 6140): Matthew Hall, Spring 2018

Labor and Employment Law (ILRLR 2010): Kate Griffith – Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018

Linear Models (PAM 6820 & SOC 6020): Matthew Hall – Spring 2017

Neighborhoods, Schools, and Education (SOC 6450): Steven Alvarado – Spring 2018

Race and Ethnicity in the United States: Social Constructs, Real Word Consequences (LSP 1105 & SOC 1104): Steven Alvarado – Fall 2015, Fall 2016

Social Inequality (SOC 2208): Steven Alvarado – Spring 2016, Spring 2018

Applied Data Uses in the Social Sector (ILRIR 3035): Shannon Gleeson – Spring 2018

Seminar on Precarious Workers (ILRIR 3035): Shannon Gleeson – Spring 2018

Statistics for Policy Analysis and Management Majors (PAM 2101): Matthew Hall – Fall 2015, Fall 2016

Statistics for Sociological Research (SOC 6010): Steven Alvarado – Fall 2015, Fall 2016

Work, Labor, and Capital in the Global Economy (ILRIC 2350): Shannon Gleeson – Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018

Writing Seminar in Labor Relations (ILRLR 2080): Shannon Gleeson – Spring 2016

Writing Seminar in Law (ILRLR 2060): Shannon Gleeson – Fall 2015, Fall 2016