Student Fellows

WORKER INSTITUTE STUDENT RESEARCH FELLOWS PROGRAM

Spring 2018 Student Fellows

  • Caro Achar '18 (Project: Who Controls Working Conditions in Fast Food Franchising?)
  • Andrew Cartwright '19 (Project: Health Hazard Manual for Cosmetologists, Hairdressers, Beauticians, and Barbers)
  • Hannah Cho '19 (Project:  Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Clady Corona '19 (Project:  Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Amanda Cort '19 (Project:  Labor Leading on Climate:  A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Gabe Diamond '18 (Project: New York Arts and Entertainment Worker Resource Center)
  • Nidhi Dontula '20 (Project: "Men at Work" (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities among the Working Class)
  • Deandra Fike ' 18 (Project: Who Controls Working Conditiions in Fast Food Franchising?)
  • Odalis Flores '19 (Project:  Day Laborers' Research and Education Project in NYC)
  • Devon Gilliams '18 (Project:  Mobilizing against Inequality:  A Case Study Research Approach to Immigrant Workers and the Labor Movement)
  • Julie Green '19 (Project: Global Supply Chains)
  • Michael Hall '19 (Project: Performance Management and Stress in Call Centers)
  • Christopher Iannou '19 (Project: Who Controls Working Conditiions in Fast Food Franchising?)
  • Alex Ma '18 (Project:  Labor Leading on Climate:  A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Michael Snyder '20 (Project:  Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Angela Uribe '20 (Project: "Men at Work" (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities among the Working Class)
  • Vivian Vazquez '18 (Project: Immigration Status and the Nature of Work)
  • Michelle Zhao '19 (Project:  Mobilizing against Inequality:  A Case Study Research Approach to Immigrant Workers and the Labor Movement)

Fall 2017 Student Fellows

  • Caro Achar '18  (Project: Who Controls Working Conditions in Fast Food Franchising?)
  • Andrew Cartwright '19 (Project: Health Hazard Manual for Cosmetologists, Hairdressers, Beauticians, and Barbers)
  • Hannah Cho '19 (Project: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Clady Corona '19 (Project: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Amanda Cort '19 (Project: Labor Leading on Climate:  A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Gabe Diamond '18 (Project: New York Arts and Entertainment Worker Resource Center)
  • Xavier Eddy '19 (Project: Labor Roundtable)
  • Devon Gilliams '18 (Project: Mobilizing against Inequality:  A Case Study Research Approach to Immigrant Workers and the Labor Movement)
  • Deandra Fike '18 (Project: Who Controls Working Conditions in Fast Food Franchising?)
  • Odalis Flores '19 (Project: Day Laborers' Research and Education Project in NYC)
  • Julie Green '19 (Project: Global Supply Chains)
  • Michael Hall '19 (Project: Performance Management and Stress in Call Centers)
  • Aimee La France '20 (Project: "Men at Work" (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class)
  • Gabriella Lifsec '19 (Project: Mobilizing against Inequality:  A Case Study Research Approach to Immigrant Workers and the Labor Movement)
  • Alex Ma '18 (Project: Labor Leading on Climate:  A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Laura Martinez '19 (Project: Who Funds Worker Centers?)
  • Erik Rivas '20 (Project: Labor Roundtable)
  • Samantha Romero '19 (Project: Who Funds Worker Centers?)
  • Michael Snyder '20 (Project: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Angela Uribe '20 (Project: "Men at Work" (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class)
  • Vivien Vazquez '18 (Project: Immigration Status and the Nature of Work)
  • Michelle Zhao '19 (Project: Mobilizing against Inequality:  A Case Study Research Approach to Immigrant Workers and the Labor Movement)

Spring 2017 Student Fellows

  • Caro Achar ‘18 (PROJECT: Funding Trends among Non-traditional Worker Organizations (Worker Centers))

  • Sean Alventosa ‘19 (PROJECT: Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Hannah Cho ‘19 (PROJECT: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Clady Corona ‘19 (PROJECT: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Amanda Cort ‘19 (PROJECT: Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Katy Habr ‘18 (PROJECT: Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains)
  • Candice Johnson ‘17 (PROJECT: Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains)
  • Taylor Keating ‘17 (PROJECT: Immigrant Workers Website: A Resource Portal for Organizing Immigrant Workers)
  • Rachel Kessler ‘17 (PROJECT: Arts & Entertainment)
  • Erin Killian ‘17 (PROJECT: Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Jonathan Kim ‘17 (PROJECT: Funding Trends among Non-traditional Worker Organizations (Worker Centers))
  • Julia Krupski ‘17 (PROJECT: “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class)
  • Gabriella Lifsec ‘19 (PROJECT: Immigrant Workers Website: A Resource Portal for Organizing Immigrant Workers)
  • Alex Ma ‘18 (PROJECT: Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State)
  • Marc Masson ‘17 (PROJECT: Global Supply Chains)
  • Nathan Maynard ‘19 (PROJECT: “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class)
  • Angie Estevez Prada ‘17 (PROJECT: “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class)
  • Amy Saz (Master of Public Administration) (PROJECT: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Stasia Skalbania ‘17 (PROJECT: The Right to Refuse Work in the Face of Threats to Health or Safety)
  • Chad Stephenson ‘17 (PROJECT: Local 2300 Oral History)
  • Albaro Tutasig ‘17 (PROJECT: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Vivian Vazquez ‘18 (PROJECT: Immigration Status and the Nature of Work)
  • Alexandra Wagner ‘17 (PROJECT: Immigrant Workers Website: A Resource Portal for Organizing Immigrant Workers)
  • Zakiya Williams Wells ‘17 (PROJECT: Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights)
  • Alison Woody ‘17 (PROJECT: The Right to Refuse Work in the Face of Threats to Health or Safety)
  • Anne Zhang ‘17 (PROJECT: Day Laborers’ Research and Education Project in NYC)
  • Lulu Zheng ‘17 (PROJECT: “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class)

Fall 2016 Student Fellows

  • Sean Alventosa '18, Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State
  • Hannah Cho, Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights
  • Amanda Cort '19, Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State
  • Xavier Eddy, Labor Roundtable
  • Angie Estevez Prada '17, “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class
  • Katy Habr '18, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Emily Harrington '17, Union Communications Services Project
  • Candice Johnson '17, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Rachel Kessler, Arts & Entertainment
  • Erin Killian '17, Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State
  • Jonathan Kim, Funding Trends among Non-traditional Worker Organizations (Worker Centers)
  • Alexandra Klein, Labor Roundtable
  • Julia Krupski '17, “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class
  • Gabriella Lifsec, Immigrant Workers Website: A Resource Portal for Organizing Immigrant Workers
  • Alex Ma  '18, Labor Leading on Climate: A Climate Jobs Program for New York State
  • Marc Masson '17, Global Supply Chains
  • Nathan Maynard '19, “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class
  • Stasia Skalbania '17, The Right to Refuse Work in the Face of Threats to Health or Safety
  • Chad Stephenson, Local 2300 Oral History
  • Sherry Tanious '17, Global Supply Chains
  • Albaro Tutasig '17, Transnational Labor Advocacy & Latino Immigrant Rights
  • Vivian Vazquez, Immigration Status and the Nature of Work
  • Alexandra Wagner, Immigrant Workers Website: A Resource Portal for Organizing Immigrant Workers
  • Alison Woody '17, The Right to Refuse Work in the Face of Threats to Health or Safety
  • Anne Zhang '17, Day Laborers’ Research and Education Project in NYC
  • Lulu Zheng '17, “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class

Fall 2015 Student Fellows

  • Adam Davis, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Albaro Tutasig, Navigating the Bureaucracy, Searching for Justice: The Promise and Failure of Workplace Protections in the United States
  • Alex Klein, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Alex Chakrin, Labor Leading on Climate
  • Alexa Salazar, How Does Immigration Status Affect Legal Mobilization and Labor Outcomes?
  • Allison Consodine, Labor Roundtable
  • Ben Hollander, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Breanna Ross, Young Workers & The Labor Movement
  • Chris Alter, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Damian O'Sullivan, How do Unions’ Administrative Policies Impact Organizational Outcomes?
  • Gideon Teitel, A Multi-industry Study of Hours and Scheduling Issues for Low-Wage Worker
  • Jack Nobel, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Jonathan Kim, Who Funds Worker Centers?
  • Juan Guevara, How Does Immigration Status Affect Legal Mobilization and Labor Outcomes?, “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class
  • Julia Krupski, “Men at Work” (and Family): Caregiving Responsibilities Among the Working Class
  • Kelly McClure, Immigrant Workers Website: A Resource Portal for Organizing Immigrant Workers
  • Krassimira Hernandez, How do Unions’ Administrative Policies Impact Organizational Outcomes?
  • Lisa Leibfried, Young Workers & The Labor Movement
  • Maha Ghandour, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Mellissa Chang, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Michael Mintz, Unions and Inequality: An Analysis of First and Second Collective Bargaining Gains
  • Michael Iadevaia, Race, Gender, Class & Organizing
  • Michael Ferrer, Labor Roundtable
  • Paul Ahrens, Young Workers & The Labor Movement

Summer 2014 Student Fellows


Spring 2014 Student Fellows


Summer 2013 Student Fellows