Search our database of all past CCSS grantees, fellows, collaborative projects, and working group grants.
|First Name||Last Name Sort descending||Department / School||Project Title||Abstract/Impact Statement||Year||Semester||PI/Co-PI||College||Grant Type|
|Sarah||Giroux||Development Sociology||Cyber-Boosting African Social Science: Exporting the Cornell College of Computing and Information Science Experience||2012||Spring||Co-PI||Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Laura||Giurge||Organizational Behavior||The Social Psychology Behind “Always On” Work Culture||2021||Spring||Co-PI||London Business School||CCSS Grant|
|Rebecca||Givan||Labor Studies and Employment Relations||An International Healthcare Reform Conference: From the Whitehouse to the Workplace||2009||Fall||PI||Rutgers University||CCSS Grant|
|Rebecca||Givan||Women and the State in Europe: Spring 2007 Brown Bag Speaker Series for the Institute for European Studies||2006||Fall||PI||Rutgers University||CCSS Grant|
|Rebecca||Givan||Contentious Knowledge: Science, Social Science and Social Movements||Project fellows published an impressive total of 9 books and dozens of articles on wide-ranging topics including the diffusion of social movements, genomics research, transgenics and the poor, labor reform in Latin America, sex and family in colonial India, and constituency in post-revolutionary America.||2006-2009||Co-PI||Rutgers University||Collaborative Project|
|Shannon||Gleeson||Labor Relations Law and History||Portable Rights for Migrant Workers: Bringing the Sending State Back Into the Local||
As international migration continues to rise, countries of origin have played an increasing role in engaging their emigrants; however, we know little about how they are being held accountable for the services offered to their diasporas. To fill the gap, this book analyzes on-the-ground, transnational defense of migrant labor rights.
|2021||Spring||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||CCSS Grant|
|Shannon||Gleeson||Labor Relations Law and History||Immigrant Worker Precarity, Race and the Dual Pandemic||2021||Spring||Co-PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||CCSS Grant|
|Shannon||Gleeson||Labor Relations Law and History||Occupational Quality and Health||This group has advanced pilot phase research for a project on the occupational health of Latino workers. The goal is to obtain NIH funding to add a module to the Hispanic Community Health Study that can help shed light on risk factors over time.||2019||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||Working Group Grant|
|Shannon||Gleeson||Labor Relations Law and History||Precarity and Migrant Labor: Consular Protection as a Case of Transnational Labor Advocacy||With coauthor Xóchitl Bada (University of Illinois, Chicago), this book project uses the case of Mexico and the United States to assess the portability of worker rights across borders and the key role that the sending state and transnational civil society can play.||2014||Fall||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||CCSS Grant|
|Shannon||Gleeson||Labor Relations Law and History||The Role of Local Governments and Civil Society in Advancing Equity and Justice for Immigrant Communities||Gleeson's Fall 2018 fellowship helped advance research with Kate Griffith on immigrant worker precarity funded by the Russell Sage Foundation, and a co-authored book with Xóchitl Bada entitled Accountability across Borders: Migrant Rights in North America (University of Texas Press, 2019).||2018-2019||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||Faculty Fellows Program|
|Shannon||Gleeson||Labor Relations Law and History||Deportation Relief||This project garnered about $35,000 in external funding and produced over 50 publications, including 2 books. Research topics included the local context of immigration, implementing immigrant worker rights, and the impact of legal status on school retention and worker claimsmaking.||2015-2018||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||Collaborative Project|
|Shannon||Gleeson||Labor Relations Law and History||Portable Rights for Migrant Workers: Bringing the Sending State Back Into the Local||
The QuIRI grant enabled ILR Professor Shannon Gleeson to defray publication costs for her book manuscript "Portable Rights: Bringing the Sending State Back into the Local" (with Xóchitl Bada, under contract with the University of California Press). During this funding period, the research team prepared demographic tables and other figures for the introductory chapters, consolidated a database for the methodological appendix, and submitted chapter drafts to convenings hosted by the American Sociological Association, Texas A&M and the University of Colorado. The book will be under full review by Fall 2021, with an expected publication date of late 2022.
|2020||Fall||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||QuIRI Grant|
|Peter||Glick||Nutritional Sciences||Schooling, Childbearing, and Work Transitions of Young Women in Africa: Understanding Determinants and Consequences||2008||Spring||Co-PI||Cornell College of Human Ecology||CCSS Grant|
|Tao Leigh||Goffe||Africana Studies and Research Center||Cross-National Issues in Racial/Ethnic Inequality||2020||Fall||Co-PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||QuIRI Working Group Grant|
|Alyssa||Goldman||Sociology||The Causes, Consequences, and Future of Mass Incarceration in the United States||This project yielded 3 books, dozens of articles, over a million dollars in external grants, including a $450,000 award from fwd.us to study the prevalence and impact of family incarceration, and an annual speaker series including Pulitzer Prize winning author, James Forman, Jr.||2015-2018||Co-PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||Collaborative Project|
|Michael||Goldstein||Psychology||The Evolving Family: Family Processes, Contexts, and the Life Course of Children||This research project was instrumental in the founding and development of the Cornell Population Center. The Cornell Population Center is an university-wide intellectual hub for demographic research and training at Cornell University.||2004-2007||Co-PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||Collaborative Project|
|Michael||Goldstein||Psychology||Socially Guided Learning in the Transition from Babbling to Words||2008-2009||PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||Faculty Fellows Program|
|Michael||Goldstein||Psychology||Structures of Social Interaction in Language Acquisition||2006||Fall||Co-PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Michael||Goldstein||Psychology||Learning to talk, learning to sing: A comparative approach to discovering mechanisms of infant learning from social interaction||2013||Fall||PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Michael||Goldstein||Psychology||The developmental origins of sensitive parenting||2020||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Jenny||Goldstein||Development Sociology||Pandemics and human-environment interactions: Land use change as a driver of coronavirus and influenza outbreaks in Asia||2021||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences||QuIRI Grant|
|Michael||Goldstein||Psychology||Family Dynamics and Song Learning in the Zebra Finch: A New Model for Understanding Social Influences on the Development of Communication||2011||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Michael||Goldstein||Psychology||Family Dynamics and Song Learning in the Zebra Finch: A New Model for Understanding Social Influences on the Development of Communication||2011||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences|
|Jenny||Goldstein||Global Development||Land of No Return: Indonesia’s Development Out of Ruins||
Goldstein worked on her book project, titled Land of No Return: Development after Degradation in Indonesia's Peatlands, and submitted three revised article manuscripts. She also received 4 campus funding awards for a Summer 2022 workshop for junior scholars.
|2021-2022||PI||Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences||Faculty Fellows Program|
|Jenny||Goldstein||Global Development||Land Technologies: Interrogating Tools of Governance in the Colonial Present||2021||Fall||PI||Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Miguel||Gomez||Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management||Welfare Impacts of Participation in the Relationship Coffee Model among Colombian Smallholder Growers||This collaborative effort across multiple Cornell units examined economic, social and environmental impacts of specialty coffee value chains, titled “Quality as a driver of sustainable agricultural value chains: The case of the relationship coffee model” in Business Strategy and the Environment (Hernandez et al. 2018)||2013||Spring||PI||Cornell SC Johnson College of Business||CCSS Grant|
|Miguel||Gomez||Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management||Developing a Longitudinal Database of Smallholder Coffee Growers to Assess Impacts of Participation in Specialty Markets||This multidisciplinary project allowed to rigorously measure levels of shade in sustainable coffee systems that allow growers to maximize profits, published as “Thee Economics and Ecology of Shade-grown Coffee: A Model to Incentivize Shade and Bird Conservation” in Ecological Economics (Hernandez et al. 2019)||2015||Fall||PI||Cornell SC Johnson College of Business||CCSS Grant|
|Miguel I.||Gomez||Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management||Is Colombia Ready for a Sustainable Cocoa Boom? Developing a Baseline Knowledge on the Productive Practices, Biodiversity Conditions and Environmental Performance of Cocoa Production in a Post-Conflict Context||This research examined challenges and opportunities for development of cacao value chains in post-conflict regions in rural Colombia, deriving on a MS Thesis “Using Cacao to Catalyze Development: Productivity Drivers and Technology Adoption amongst Smallholder Farmers in Montes De Maria, Colombia” (Williams 2019)||2017||Fall||PI||Cornell SC Johnson College of Business||CCSS Grant|
|Miguel||Gomez||Applied Economics and Management||Impacts of Farmer Cooperatives: The Philippines and Colombia||2020||Fall||PI||Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Jack||Goncalo||Organizational Behavior||Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship||This project garnered over 2 million in funding, produced over 100 publications on topics including entrepreneurial team evolution; creativity evaluation; intellectual property rights; and scholarly originality. It was a catalyst for the Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship LLM degree and the undergraduate Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor.||2013-2016||Co-PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||Collaborative Project|
|Marlen||Gonzalez||Human Development||Neural Instantiation of Physical and Social Nutrients||
This project will test the overlapping and unique representations of social and physical resources in the brain using partner hand holding and a tasteless carbohydrate.
|2020||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Human Ecology||CCSS Grant|
|Marlen||Gonzalez||Psychology||The Neuroecology of Space Use, Belonging, and URM Experience in Higher Education||
Submitted a discussed NIH grant, submitted and obtained IRB approval for the proposed project, began working with CCSS and Redcloud to architect a cloud data pipeline for MRI data
|2021-2022||PI||Cornell College of Human Ecology||Faculty Fellows Program|
|Christopher||Gonzalez||Internal Medicine Weill Cornell||Leveraging Father-Son Relationships to Optimize Weight-Management Interventions in Hispanic Immigrant Communities||2021||Spring||PI||Weill Cornell Medicine||Grant Writing Development Pilot Grant|
|Sara||Gorman||Understanding Covid-19 Vaccine hesitancy and resistance||2020||Fall||Co-PI||Critica||CCSS Grant|
|Els de||Graauw||Immigration: Settlement, Integration and Membership||This project resulted in over a million dollars in external funding and about 100 publications, including 9 books. Research topics include immigration law, new immigrant destinations, immigration and employment, the history of asylum seekers, immigration in the US as a Christian nation, and immigrant integration.||2010-2013||Co-PI||Baruch College||Collaborative Project|
|Gregory||Green||Asian Studies||Sixth International Conference on Lao Studies||2019||Spring||Co-PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Amelia||Greiner Safi||Public and Ecosystem Health||Expanding the Understanding of Black Experiences with Gynecologic Cancer||
Gynecologic cancers are understudied in general, especially Black experiences of such cancers. This engaged research brings together oncologists, researchers, survivors, quality improvement entities. Our focus groups with Black gynecologic cancer survivors aim to identify possible factors at various stages (i.e., diagnosis, treatment) that might inform future interventions to address disparities in survival.
|2022||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine||QuIRI Grant|
|Amelia||Greiner Safi||Public and Ecosystem Health||Developing a tailored approach to reducing cancer screening disparities in Tompkins County: Focus groups that address population-specific concerns||2021||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine||QuIRI Grant|
|Kati||Griffith||Labor Relations Law and History||Immigrant Worker Precarity, Race and the Dual Pandemic||2021||Spring||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||CCSS Grant|
|Kati||Griffith||Labor Relations Law and History||Immigration Status at Work||The grant contributed to data collection and several publications including, Gleeson, Shannon and Kati L. Griffith. 2020. ìEmployers as Subjects of the Immigration State: How the State Foments Employment Insecurity for Temporary Immigrant Workersî Law & Social Inquiry. 2020.17||2018||Fall||PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||CCSS Grant|
|Kati||Griffith||Labor Relations Law and History||Immigration: Settlement, Integration and Membership||
This project resulted in over a million dollars in external funding and about 100 publications, including 9 books. Research topics include immigration law, new immigrant destinations, immigration and employment, the history of asylum seekers, immigration in the US as a Christian nation, and immigrant integration.
|2010-2013||Co-PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||Collaborative Project|
|Kati||Griffith||Labor Relations Law and History||Deportation Relief||This project garnered about $35,000 in external funding and produced over 50 publications, including 2 books. Research topics included the local context of immigration, implementing immigrant worker rights, and the impact of legal status on school retention and worker claimsmaking.||2015-2018||Co-PI||Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations||Collaborative Project|
|John H.||Guckenheimer||Mathematics||Developmental Origins of Childhood Attention Problems||This interdisciplinary collaboration (developmental psychology and mathematics) validated a new brain-based method for measuring infant attention (Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2012, 109:11460) and a novel dynamical model of infant visual foraging behavior (Dev Psychobiol 2014, 56:1129) to uncover early predictors of childhood attention problems.||2008||Fall||Co-PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Ryan||Guggenmos||Johnson Graduate School of Management||Novel Statistical Methods for Experimental Research Learning Group||This group brought Andrew Hayes to campus for a conditional process analysis workshop attended by faculty and PhD students. The methods from the workshop have been utilized in at least 3 publications, thus far.||2019||PI||Cornell SC Johnson College of Business||Working Group Grant|
|Yamile||Guibert||Government||The Politics of Accountability: Party Strength, Patronage, and the State in Latin America||
This project seeks to understand the conditions under which Latin American politicians at the highest levels of power are held accountable after accusations of corruption arise. By focusing on the Odebrecht scandal, this project emphasizes the role of the strategies of politicians and political parties.
|2022||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||QuIRI Grant|
|Sachin||Gupta||Johnson Graduate School of Management||Altruism Pays: How Marketing Exclusively to Free Patients at Aravind Eye Hospitals Supports the Enterprise||Gupta, Sachin, Omkar D. Palsule-Desai, C. Gnanasekaran, and Thulasiraj Ravilla, “Spillover Effects of Mission-Activities on Revenues in Nonprofit Healthcare: The Case of Aravind Eye Hospitals, India,” Journal of Marketing Research, December 2018. Also received the 2020 AMA-EBSCO Annual Award for Responsible Research in Marketing.||2016||Spring||PI||Cornell SC Johnson College of Business||CCSS Grant|
|Douglas||Gurak||Development Sociology||Immigration: Settlement, Integration and Membership||This project resulted in over a million dollars in external funding and about 100 publications, including 9 books. Research topics include immigration law, new immigrant destinations, immigration and employment, the history of asylum seekers, immigration in the US as a Christian nation, and immigrant integration.||2010-2013||Co-PI||Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences||Collaborative Project|
|Maria||Håkansson||Information Science||Intervening in American Families' Busyness: Marrying Anthropological Understanding with IT Design||2011||Fall||Co-PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences|
|John||Hale||Linguistics||What are the Pieces of Language Knowledge?||2009||Spring||PI||Cornell College of Arts and Sciences||CCSS Grant|
|Matthew||Hall||Policy Analysis and Management||The Foreclosure Crisis and Racial Residential Stratification||Led to publication of a paper in the American Sociological Review and another in the ANNALS.||2012||Fall||PI||Cornell College of Human Ecology||CCSS Grant|
We'd love to hear your ideas, suggestions, or questions!