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Galbraith Scholars program 2004

Galbraith Scholars
June 13-19, 2004

Derrick Raphael, Abigail Rosas, and Laura Williams


SUNDAY (June 13)

Noon-3:00 PM Afternoon arrival and check-in
3:00-4:45 PM Welcome reception and introductions 
Taubman A (5th Fl), Kennedy School of Government
4:45 PM Depart for Boston Duck Tour
Followed by dinner at Marche Movenpick

MONDAY (June 14)
All Monday sessions in Fainsod Room (L-324), Kennedy School

8:30 AM Breakfast
9:00-10:45 AM Katherine Newman (Kennedy School)
Workshop on No Shame in My Game
11:00-12:30 PM  Xavier de Souza Briggs (Kennedy School)
"Growing up in poor neighborhoods: How and Why It Matters"
12:30-2:00 PM Lunch
2:00-3:00 PM Stephanie Parsons (GSAS Minority Recruitment and Student Programming Officer)
Introduction to the Ph.D. programs and Ph.D. admissions
3:00-4:00 PM Workshop with Michael Dawson (African American Studies and Government Department)
 6:45 PM  Dinner at Fire + Ice in Harvard Square
With graduate students
(Meet in front of the Charles Hotel)

TUESDAY (June 15)
Tuesday sessions in Fainsod Room, Kennedy School, unless otherwise noted

8:30 AM Breakfast
11:00 AM  Jennifer Hochschild (African American Studies and Government Department) and Traci Burch (Ph.D. candidate in Government & Social Policy)
Discussion of their current research project, "From Race to Skin Color, From Racial to Multiracial"
12:15-1:30 PM Lunch
2:00-3:00 PM
(Depart from 
Kennedy School 
at 1:30 PM)
Issues and questions in immigration research
Location: Sociology Dept., William James Hall 601
  • Helen Marrow (Ph.D. candidate in Sociology & Social Policy)

  • "Immigrant Incorporation and Race Relations in the U.S. South"
  • Wendy Roth (Ph.D. candidate in Sociology & Social Policy)

  • "Racial Identity at Home and Abroad: Its Impact on Puerto Ricans' and Dominicans' Social Networks and Economic Mobility"
3:00-4:00 PM Mary Brinton (Sociology Department)'
Discussion of the high-school to work transition: what can be learned from Japan?
7:00 PM Dinner at Brother Jimmy's BBQ in Harvard Square
Dinner with graduate students

Wednesday sessions in Taubman 401 (morning) and Fainsod Room (L-324) (afternoon), Kennedy School

8:30 AM Breakfast
9:00-10:45 AM  David Ellwood (Kennedy School)
"Explaining the Rise of Single-Parent Families in the United States"
11:00-12:00 PM Helaine Daniels (Director of the MPP Program, Kennedy School)
An introduction to the Master's in Public Policy Program
12:15-2:00 PM Lunch
2:00-4:00 Karla Ballard (President and CEO, The Catalyst Project)
"The Next Generation Urban Catalysts: Making the Connections between Research and Social Change Practices"
Evening Dinner and evening on your own

THURSDAY and FRIDAY (June 17-18)

8:30-5:00 See the Inequality Summer Institute 2004 schedule for sessions
6:30 PM The 2004 Annual Galbraith Lecture and Welcome Dinner
The Charles Pavilion of the Charles Hotel




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