UC PromISE

 
 
 

The UC Collaborative to Promote Immigrant and Student Equity (UC PromISE) aims to promote cutting-edge, policy-relevant research on the extent to which immigration policies have exacerbated vulnerabilities among undocumented students and expanded collateral consequences to citizen students with undocumented parents. Funded by a University of California Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives grant, UC PromISE will build on prior survey data collected by the Undocumented Student Equity Project (USEP) to conduct a new UC-wide survey of undocumented students and students from mixed-status families. We also seek to develop a cohort of scholars doing related work through a series of workshops and funding competitions.

If you are interested in getting more information about UC PromISE activities or becoming an affiliate, please submit your information here.

Lead Investigator: Laura E. Enriquez, Assistant Professor of Chicano/Latino Studies, UC Irvine

Project Collaborators: Cecilia Ayón (Associate Professor of Public Policy, UC Riverside); Lisa García Bedolla (Professor of Education, UC Berkeley); Jennifer Nájera (Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, UC Riverside); Annie Ro (Assistant Professor of Public Health, UC Irvine); Robert Teranishi (Professor of Education and Asian American Studies, UC Los Angeles); Zulema Valdez (Professor of Sociology, UC Merced)

2019 Faculty Grants

UC PromISE is soliciting grant applications from University of California faculty for up to $12,000 to support research on students who are undocumented and/or from mixed-status families. Deadline: March 22, 2019

2019 Graduate Student Fellowships

UC PromISE is soliciting applications from University of California doctoral students for up to $7,000 to support research on students who are undocumented and/or from mixed-status families. Deadline: March 22, 2019