Awards & Grants

 

  • Winner of the Family Division Graduate Student Paper Competition, Society for the Study of Social Problems. Paper “How Does the Personal Become Political? Assessing the Impact of Maternal Employment on Daughters’ Participation in Political Organizations,” 2015
  • Blue Ribbon Poster Award, Population Association of America. Paper “How Does the Personal Become Political? Assessing the Impact of Maternal Employment on Daughters’ Participation in Political Organizations,” 2014
  • NYU Sociology Department Summer Grant. Paper “How Does the Personal Become Political? Assessing the Impact of Maternal Employment on Daughters’ Participation in Political Organizations,” ($3,000), 2013
  • NYU Sociology Department Summer Grant for Collaborative Research with Professors Florencia Torche and Paula England, ($3,000), 2012
  • McCracken Doctoral Fellowship, $23,700 yearly for five years, 2011-2015
  • Dean’s Supplementary Fellowship Grant, ($1,000), 2011
  • Binational Mexico-US Migration Program Research Grant. Paper “Gender Asymmetries in Household Resource Allocation: The Case of Mexican Families with Fathers Working in the United States,” ($1,500), 2007
  • SEP-CIDE Grant to spend a semester as an exchange student at Duke University, awarded by the Mexican Ministry of Education ($4,000), 2007
  • CIDE Academic Excellence Scholarship, 2005-2008
  • CIDE Excellence and Equity Scholarship, 2004-2005
  • Mexican Ministry of Education Scholarship for Academic Excellence, 2004-2005