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Sociology Graduate Program Travel Grant
$750 from University of California, Davis
Institute for Social Sciences 2018 Summer Research Award
$750 from University of California, Davis
Sociology Small Research Grant
$368 from University of California, Davis
Honorable Mention
Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship
Mellon Public Scholars Fellowship
$7,500 from Davis Humanities Institute


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