The information is not presented as a source of legal advice.You should not rely, for legal advice, on statements or representations made by RAINN.He is also carrying out a comparative study of immigrant youth in the U. Gonzales serves on the editorial board of Social Problems and the City of Chicago Office of New Americans Advisory Board. Elizabeth Vaquera, University of South Florida (2016) Dr.He is currently completing a book manuscript based on his 10 year study of undocumented young adults in Los Angeles. Elizabeth Vaquera is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of South Florida (Tampa, USA).Her research examines how social group formations (based on race, class, gender, nativity and the like) affect the social and economic life chances of American workers and entrepreneurs.She has been the recipient of grants and fellowships from the Ford Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the Social Science Research Council.Please contact Shelby Read, (307) 739-1026, with scholarship application questions. Eligible applicants must be in the current graduating class of a Teton County high school; reside in Teton County or Lincoln County, Wyoming or Teton County Idaho; possess a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average; and have worked at least one summer at 3 Creek Ranch for a minimum of 250 hours or be a child of a full-time employee at 3 Creek Ranch. Scholarships are awarded to students with family lineage in Teton County, Wyoming dating to 1950 or earlier, with preference given to children with financial need. The scholarship(s) are intended to help defer the costs of higher education at the undergraduate level to those students who specifically would like to attend an out-of-state college or university.
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Zulema Valdez is Associate Professor of Sociology at University of California, Merced.
Her research and teaching interests include racial and ethnic relations,, intersectionality, Latino/a sociology and economic sociology.