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Berger Research Assistant Wins WPA Research Award
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Berger Research Assistant Wins WPA Research Award

Our own McKenzie Javorka ’14 was awarded the 2014 Western Psychological Association Student Scholarship Award! McKenzie will be attending this year’s conference in Portland with Professor Kanaya. The members of the Program Review Committee evaluated her submission and determined that it was one of the most outstanding papers they received this year. McKenzie’s project focused … Continue reading

CMC’s Audrey Bilger on Prop 8 and DOMA Decisions
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CMC’s Audrey Bilger on Prop 8 and DOMA Decisions

On June 26th, the Supreme Court delivered decisions on Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) that paved the way for same-sex marriage to resume in California and will help already-married same-sex couples to receive federal recognition and rights. CMC’s Audrey Bilger, Professor of Literature and co-editor of Here Come the Brides! Reflections … Continue reading

Berger co-hosts Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics
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Berger co-hosts Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics

On April 19, dozens of economists trickled in to the Kravis Center’s Freeberg Forum to attend the 2013 Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics, or SoCCam. The event was organized by CMC Prof. Heather Antecol and sponsored by the Lowe Institute, the Rose Institute, the Berger Institute, and the Robert Day School. SoCCam began as … Continue reading