Erika Carter Grosso - email@example.com
Erika Carter Grosso is a doctoral student in the Social Science Ph.D. Program
within the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Affairs at Syracuse University.
Her broad research interests include international migration and settlement, as
well as globalization and its effects, specifically on migration and
incorporation. The focus of her dissertation research is Cuban migration to
Syracuse, NY and the role that social networks play in the migration
Fitore Hyseni - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fitore Hyseni completed her Master's degree in Public Administration at Syracuse University and a Bachelor degree in Public Policy and Economics from Rochester Institute of Technology.Fitore's research interests broadly include social-spatial exclusion, geographies of inequality, urbanization and housing, and precarity. Her dissertation research explores housing experiences of renters with disabilities and the effects of precarity on housing outcomes. She is particularly interested in how welfare restructuring and austerity measures shape housing experiences of marginalized populations.
Darzhan Kazbekova - email@example.com
Ms. Kazbekova has an MA degree in International Relations, and a PhD in International Relations. Her most recent work position was as a Deputy Director of the Institute for Applied Research, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Darzhan's research interests are focused on environmental policy formation, stakeholder analysis, and theoretical frameworks of policy analysis in the case of Kazakhstan.
Yooumi Lee - firstname.lastname@example.org
My research interests broadly lie in the areas of Aging and
Social Policy, and Social Gerontology . I am particularly
interested in multigenerational families, their living arrangements,
intergenerational relationships and social support systems(grand parenting and
caregiving), and in the health and well-being of older people
Krishna (Krushna) Ranaware - email@example.com
Krushna received her Masters in Economics from the
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Previously, she was a research assistant
at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research in Mumbai, India. Her
research interests are food security, agriculture, and gender. Krushna is
currently working in the Center for Policy Research of the Maxwell School with Professor Rebecca Schewe.
Taveeshi Singh - firstname.lastname@example.org
Taveeshi Singh is a doctoral
student in the Social Science PhD Program at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and
Public Affairs, Syracuse University. Her research centers on socio-cultural practices
in the military, with a focus on South Asia. A secondary area of inquiry
addresses the production of visual imagery by development organizations.
She is also a student in the MA Documentary Film & History program.
Jaisang Sun - email@example.com
Jai's main areas of interest
are in transnational migration, diasporic nationalism, multiculturalism and
Wendy Wicker - firstname.lastname@example.org
My principal areas of interest are post-conflict reconstruction and crisis management. I am especially interested in transitional justice/reconciliation mechanisms and their impacts on marginalized populations, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa.
Joonsik Yoon - email@example.com
My principal research interests are in policy issues surrounding human migration. These include the factors providing incentive for migration, as well as the economic and social impacts of migration on both source and destination societies.