Incarceration Funding and Awards

Faculty fellows of the Mass Incarceration project have received over $607,527 in funding and fellowship awards since the start of their project’s term. (Updated January 2018)

2018

Christopher Wildeman, Peter Enns, Maria Fitzpatrick, and Anna Haskins, “Measuring Familial History of Incarceration,” FWD.us, $445,452, 2018.

2017

Peter Enns, “Estimating State Crime Rates with the National Crime Victimization Survey,” Cornell Population Center, $15,000, 2017.

Peter Enns, American Political Science Association’s Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior Emerging Scholar Award, 2017.

Anna Haskins “School Engagement and Avoidance among Criminal Justice-Involved Families with School-Aged Children,” Cornell Project 2Gen Pilot Studies Program, $18,100, 2017.

Julilly Kohler-Hausmann, Charles Warren Center Faculty Fellowship, Harvard University, 2017-2018.

Christopher Wildeman, Cornell Graduate and Professional Students Association Faculty Award for Excellence in the Teaching, Advising, and Mentoring of Graduate and Professional Students, 2017.

Christopher Wildeman, “Linking NYC Administrative Data to Estimate Paternal Incarceration’s Effects on Children,” Center for the Study of Inequality, Cornell University, $68,825, 2017.

Christopher Wildeman, “Linking NYC Administrative Data to Estimate Paternal Incarceration’s Effects on Children,” Russell Sage Foundation, $35,000, 2017.

2016

Maria Fitzpatrick, “The Effects of Institutional Contact on Child Mortality,” Grant Development Program, Cornell Population Center, $15,000, 2016.

Anna Haskins & Christopher Wildeman, “Minimizing the Collateral Damage: Interventions to Diminish the Consequences of Mass Incarceration for Children.” Conference Small Grant, Institute for the Social Sciences, Cornell University, $5,000, 2016.

Julilly Kohler-Hausmann, “The Politics of Abstention and Demobilization in America’s Right Turn.” President’s Council on Cornell Women, Affinito-Stewart Award, $5,150, 2016.