UC campuses get $9 million in research funding
- December 17, 2018
- Research by Laura Enriquez, Chicano/Latino studies, in the Daily Democrat, Dec. 17, 2018
A $150,000 grant awarded to the UC Network on Child Health, Poverty and Public Policy study is allowing UC Davis, Berkeley, Irvine, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Francisco campuses to work together to form a comprehensive, multidisciplinary view of the issue while building relationships with policy makers … The academic, financial and social-emotional difficulties faced by immigrant students in the UC system will be examined using a $270,000 grant. Researchers led by UC Irvine will attempt to find ways to diminish inequalities.
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