2018-2019 IHDSC Seed Award Recipients

Recipients of the 2018-19 Seed Awards

Every year, IHDSC provides support for NYU faculty to conduct multidisciplinary research on human development and changing social contexts. A central goal of the Seed Awards is to bridge the longstanding disconnect between research in human development across the lifespan and policies and practices that affect children, youth, adults, and families. Read more about previously funded projects. […]

Dr. Sumie Okazaki’s Partnership Advice

Contrary to the popular portrait of Asian American students as the model minority high achievers, a sizable segment of Asian American students who attend NYC public high schools are not bound for elite colleges and experience challenges in college access. Through support from the IHDSC Seed Award program, Drs. Sumie Okazaki, Stella Flores, and Sebastian Cherng […]

ICYMI: IHDSC’s 2017-2018 Seed Award Recipients

Every year, IHDSC provides Seed Award support for NYU faculty to conduct multidisciplinary research on human development and changing social contexts. A central goal of the Seed Awards is to bridge the longstanding disconnect between research in human development across the lifespan and policies and practices that affect children, youth, adults, and families. In April, […]

Q&A: Understanding Black Male Reactions to Police

“Understanding the reactions of Black male youth to police”, a project led by Dr. Patrick Shrout (Professor of Psychology), and Crystal Clarke (Doctoral candidate, NYU Psychology), examines how African American, Black immigrant, and White youth in New York City potentially differ in their assessment of police in terms of threat, security, trust in the police, […]