2014-15

A Moving Target: Agenda Change in Trade Negotiations

Heather Elko McKibben is an assistant professor of political science. Her project, which seeks to better understand the issues that affect international negotiations, was awarded an ISS Individual Research Grant in 2015. She provided this update in January 2016.

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Physician Communication of Depression Medication During Clinical Visits

Bo Feng is an associate professor of the Department of Communication. Her research, which centers on supportive communication, was awarded an ISS Individual Research Grant in 2015. She provided this update in February 2016.

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Selective Instrumental Variable Regression

Shu Shen is an assistant professor of economics. Her project, which seeks to advance the application (and improve the statistical precision) of an important econometric tool in social science research, was awarded an ISS Individual Research Grant in 2015. She provided this update in February 2016.

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The Risky Capital of Emerging Markets

Ina Simonovska is an assistant professor of economics. Her project, which explores the riskiness of investments in poor relative to rich countries, was awarded an ISS Individual Research Grant in 2015. She provided this update in March 2016.

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Learning Social Cues from Language: The Development of Gender Perception from Speech in Hearing and Deaf Children

Santiago Barreda-Castanon is an assistant professor of linguistics. His project, which explores the perceptual abilities of listeners with cochlear implants, was awarded an ISS Individual Research Grant in 2015. He provided this update in March 2016.

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Beyond the Vanguard: Grassroots Movements and the Making of Revolutionary Chile

Marian Schlotterbeck is an assistant professor of history. Her project, which explores revolutionary change in 1970s Chile, was awarded an ISS Individual Research Grant in 2015. She provided this update in November 2016.

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Migrants and Microbes: Politics of the Immune System in Contemporary Europe

Cristiana Giordano is an associate professor of anthropology. Her project, which seeks to start a conversation between scientific and political discourses with regard to migration, was awarded an ISS Individual Research Grant in 2015. She provided this update in November 2016.

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