Riecker Graduate Student Research Grant Awardees

In 2007, Riecker established the Riecker Graduate Student Research Fund which awards up to $1,500 to U-M graduate students engaged in student-designed, student-conducted academic research, with a gender focus, on topics related to CEW's mission. This fund has increased CEW's ability to support emerging scholars, enabling them to collaborate with and learn from, experienced researchers.

Congratulations to all who were awarded Riecker Graduate Student Research Grants!

Winter 2016-17:

H. Yanna Yan, PhD Student, Survey Methodology:  Memory Bookmarking: an Approach to Improve Recall in Time Use Surveys

Angubeen Gul Khan, Graduate Student, Health Behavior & Health Education:  Assessing intimate partner violence and the reproductive health needs of Arab American women in Dearborn, MI, through a culturally and religiously sensitive approach

Sadie Lehmker and Molly Paberzs, Graduate Students, School of Music, Theatre & Dance:  In Performance: the construction of female identities alongside feminist approaches within ensemble improvisation

Sara Abelson, PhD Student, Health Behavior & Health Education:  Mental Health of Transgender College Students from a Diverse National Sample of Colleges and Universities

Jessica Joslin, PhD Student, Women's Studies:  Student Religious Identity Negotiation at the University of Michigan

Jallicia Jolly, PhD Student, African American & Diasporic Studies and American Culture:  Regimes of Care – Understanding HIV/AIDS and Sexual & Reproductive Health in Jamaica