Jasmine Trang Ha
Educational Background & Specialties
- PhD Candidate: Sociology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
- M.A.: Sociology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 2015.
- B.A.: Sociology, Nanyang Tech. University, Singapore, 2010.
- Law and Society
- Population Studies
- Public Policy
- International Education
- Quantitative Research Methods
- SOC 1001: Introduction to Sociology (TA)
- SOC 3211: American Race Relations (TA)
Research & Professional Activities
- Graduate Research Assistant: Immigrants' Duration of Residence in Places within the United States (PI: Professor Jack DeWaard), 2015 - present
- Graduate Research Assistant: IPUMS-SESTAT (data on college graduates in the US), Minnesota Population Center, Summer 2015
- Graduate Research Assistant: IPUMS-I (International census microdata), Minnesota Population Center, 2012 - 2015
- DeWaard, Jack, Jasmine Trang Ha, James Raymer, and Arkadiusz Wiśniowski. 2017. “Migration from New-accession Countries and Duration Expectancy in the EU-15: 2002-2008.” European Journal of Population, 33(1):33-53.
- Boyle, Elizabeth Heger, and Jasmine Trang Ha. 2017. “Young Refugees.” in Routledge Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood (2nd Edition), edited by Andy Furlong. New York: Routledge. Pp 82-88.
- Nawrotzki, Raphael J., Jack DeWaard, Maryia Bakhtsiyarava, and Jasmine Trang Ha. 2017.“Climate Shocks and Rural-Urban Migration in Mexico: Exploring Nonlinearities and Thresholds.” Climatic Change, 140(2): 243-258.
- Ha, Jasmine Trang. 2012. “Feminist Values and Women’s Attitudes towards Marriage and Childbearing in Singapore.” Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs, 11(1): 142-163.
- American Mosaic Project Summer Research Fellowship , 2017
- University of Minnesota Graduate School, Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2016 - 2017
- Outstanding Service Award, Minnesota Population Center, 2015
- New Scholar Award, Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), 2015
- Sociology Graduate Diversity Award, 2015
- Graduate Research Partnership Program, Summer 2014
- Summer Research Grant, 2012