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Matrix Communications Fellows

Published November 7, 2022

Inaugural Cohort of Matrix Communications Fellows Announced

Social Science Matrix is proud to announce our inaugural cohort of Matrix Communications Fellows, a group of six PhD students or candidates who will create podcasts, written interviews, or other features while developing social science communication skills throughout the year. The Fellows are Jennie Barker, a PhD candidate in Political Science; J.T. Jamieson, a PhD candidate in History; Aidan Lee, a PhD student in History; Daniel Lobo, a PhD student in Sociology; Nataliya Nedzhvetskaya, a PhD student in Sociology; and Tiffany Taylor, a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology.

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Funding Opportunity

Published August 17, 2022

PhD Students: Apply to be a Social Science Matrix Communications Fellow

Want to contribute to the Matrix website? We are inviting PhD students or candidates in the UC Berkeley Division of Social Sciences to apply for the Social Science Matrix Communications Fellowship. Fellows will meet monthly and contribute at least two articles, podcasts, or other features for the Matrix website during the 2022-2023 academic year. Each fellow will also receive a stipend of $1500.

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Faculty Fellows

Published August 10, 2022

Four Professors Chosen as 2022-2023 Matrix Faculty Fellows

Four UC Berkeley professors have been selected to be the inaugural Matrix Faculty Fellows for the 2022-2023 academic year: Gašper Beguš, Assistant Professor of Linguistics; Puck Engman, Assistant Professor of History; Ethan Katz, Associate Professor of History; and Salar Mameni, Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies.

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Iris Hui Memorial

Published May 26, 2022

Iris Hui Memorial Graduate Student Scholarship Winners Announced

Two UC Berkeley social science graduate students have been selected as the inaugural recipients of the Iris Hui Memorial Graduate Student Scholarship. Joseph Greenbaum, a PhD student in the Department of Political Science; and Gisselle Perez-Leon, a PhD candidate in the Department of History, will each receive a stipend to support their research for the 2022-2023 academic year.

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