2021-2011 Fulbright Scholarship – Garcia-Robles Program for Border Research "Buscando el Sueño Mexicano: Mexico’s Returning Students’ Educational Goal Setting in the Age of Heightened Immigration Enforcement"
2017-2018 Principal Investigator: “Shared Populations/Poblaciones Compartidas” University of Arizona Office of Research, Discovery and Innovation grant for international collaboration.
2010- 2014. Co-principal Investigator Congressional Direct Project, U.S. Department of Justice, Protocol Development for the Standardization of Identification and Processing of UBC bodies along the U.S.-Mexico Border, October 1, 2010 – August 15, 2013.
2009. Principal Investigator for PIMSA-funded project: “A Multidisciplinary Binational Study of Migrant Women in the Context of a U.S. Mexico Border Reproductive Health Care Continuum,” March 1, 2008 – September 1, 200
2008 Co-Investigator, Student Health Behaviors and Coping Study (Andrea Romero, Ph.D., Principal Investigator). September 1 2008 to March, 2009.
2007: Principal Investigator Fulbright Scholar Women at the Intersection: Immigration Enforcement and Transnational Migration on the U.S.-Mexico Border.”
2007 to 2008: Project Director for Coalición de Derechos Humanos (in collaboration with UofA College of Public Health, “Challenges to Farmworker Health” National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
2006 Principal Investigator SBSRI Small Grant for the pilot study proposal: “Women at the Intersection: Immigration Enforcement and Transnational Migration on the U.S.-Mexico Border.”
2000: Assistant Research Social Scientist, Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona, Spencer Grant Longitudinal Study, Dr. Norma González (PI).
Synergistic and Collaborative Activities
Promotion material for "No Roosters" for Tucson (Above)
2017. Romero, Andrea J., Monica Moreno, Anna Ochoa O'Leary, and Rebecca Covarrubias. "Immigrant Stigma Stress in the Context of Immigration Enforcement Policy and Collective Resilience." Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies, 42 (1): Pp. 19-44.
Visitng Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. March, 2010 for the Society for Applied Anthropology, was a real treat. The city is full of vestiages of Mexico's Colonial era, as this building shows. It's also a city where U.S. and European retirees are increasingly settling.
Recognitions and Awards: