Sabbatical Program

Every few years, on a space-available basis, the Institute for the Social Sciences offers offices in Rhodes Hall for Cornell tenure-track social science faculty to use while on sabbatical or study leave in Ithaca. The inaugural year for this program is 2017-18; the next anticipated cohort is 2020-21.

Standing: Gustavo Flores-Macias, Suzanne Lanyi Charles, Bruce Lewenstein, Sean Nicholson, Rick Geddes; seated: Veronica Martinez-Matsuda, Jane Mendle, Kendra Bischoff.





2017-2018 Sabbatical Program
Kendra Bischoff (Spring 2018)
Neighborhood Inequality, School Choice, and the Changing Relationship between Schools and Local Communities
Suzanne Lanyi Charles (Fall 2017)
City & Regional Planning
Housing Redevelopment and the Evolution of Suburban Immigrant Communities
Gustavo Flores-Macias (Fall 2017)
Financing Leviathan: Rule of Law, Elite Taxation, and Contemporary State Building in Latin America
Rick Geddes (Fall 2017-Spring 2018)
Policy Analysis & Management 
Do Public-Private Partnership Enabling Laws Increase Private Investment in Infrastructure?
Bruce Lewenstein (Fall 2017)
Communication and Science & Technology Studies
Public Communication of Science and Technology Textbook
Veronica Martinez-Matsuda (Fall 2017-Spring 2018)
Labor Relations, Law, and History
Building Migrant Citizenship: Race, Rights, and Reform in the U.S. Farm Labor Camp Program
Jane Mendle (Fall 2017-Spring 2018)
Human Development
Developmental Psychopathology Textbook
Sean Nicholson (Spring 2018)
Policy Analysis & Management
How Physician Group Practices Foster Specialization And Outcomes of Specialization