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The Institute for the Social Sciences' Deportation Relief Project (2015-2018) brought together a group of interdisciplinary scholars to examine the impact of temporary deportation relief and work authorization on two key institutions for immigrants: schools and the workplace. Drawing on expertise from sociology, demography, economics, and the law, the team employs quantitative and qualitative methods to analyze these pressing issues for immigration scholarship and the current public debate.
Team members Shannon Gleeson (Labor Relations, Law, & History), Matthew Hall (PAM), Jordan Matsudaira (PAM), Kate Griffith (Labor Relations, Law, & History) and Steven Alvarado (Sociology) outlined the progress of their research and future plans at a capstone event on April 12, 2018.