Research Presentations

ARDRAW Cohort 2

Thursday, August 8 at 2:00-3:30 pm EDT

  • Mari Amorim, Washington State University: Intersection of Family Composition, Motherhood and Labor Force Outcomes
  • Kelsi Carolan, Boston University: Factors Promoting and Inhibiting Work in the Context of Chronic Neurological Disease: Uncovering Pathways to Intervention
  • Katherine Hurley, George Washington University: Exploring Agriculture-Based Job-Training and Employment for SSI recipients with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Erin McCauley, Cornell University: How has Medicaid Expansion Affected Healthcare Coverage and Labor Market Activity among Those with Disabilities?
  • Shahrzad Sajadi, University of Massachusetts at Boston: Barriers to Obtaining Federal Benefits for Disabled Pre-release Offenders in Massachusetts

Thursday, August 15, at 2:00-3:00 pm EDT

  • Zachary Glendening, Vanderbilt University: HUD Rental Assistance Programs as Auxiliary Tools for Helping SSI Recipient Families Achieve Positive Outcomes
  • Max Kellogg, The University of Chicago: Social Security Disability Insurance and the Rise of Multiple-Earner Households
  • Jessica Murray, The City University of New York: Understanding Transportation Challenges for People with Disabilities Returning to Work
  • Emily Rogers, New York University: Engendering Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Ethnographic Research on Rehabilitation Amidst Scientific Controversy

Thursday, August 22, at 3:30-4:30 pm EDT

  • Erin Beneteau, University of Washington: Work Accommodations and Opportunities for Adults Who Have Developed Severe Physical and/or Communication Impairments and Use Assistive Technologies
  • Katie Cox, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law: Relationship and Fit between Workers’ Needs as Reflected in SSI/SSDI Claims and EEOC Data and Court Decisions re: Reasonable Accommodations
  • Katie Savin, University of California, Berkeley: How SSI and SSDI Beneficiaries Work Around and Within Current Labor Incentive Programs
  • Michelle Woodford-Martin, Harvard University: Variation in SSI Take-up Among Low Birthweight Infants: Evidence from Two States