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JAIME SÁNCHEZ, JR.

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

Princeton University

Ph.D., History  (Expected 2022)

M.A., History (2019)

Dissertation Committee: Kevin M. Kruse, Rosina Lozano, Julian E. Zelizer

Comprehensive Examination – Passed May 2019

  • U.S. History, Reconstruction-Present (Kevin Kruse/Alison Isenberg)
  • U.S. Latino History (Rosina Lozano)
  • Elections and Parties in American Political Science (Paul Frymer)

University of Chicago

B.A., History / Comparative Race & Ethnic Studies (2015)

Graduated with General and Departmental Honors

Faculty Advisor: Ramón A. Gutiérrez

 

FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, & HONORS

2020   Harry Middleton Fellowship in Presidential Studies, LBJ Foundation

2020   Political Philosophy Research Grant, Princeton University Center for Human Values

2019   Winner, National Graduate Student Paper Competition, Julian Samora Research Institute

2019   Graduate Studies Enhancement Grant, Social Science Research Council

2019   Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (3 years)

2018   Graduate Studies Enhancement Grant, Social Science Research Council

2018   History of American Democracy Fellowship, The Tobin Project

2018   Pre-dissertation Research Grant, Princeton University

2017   President's Fellowship, Princeton University (2 years)

2015   Oliver Cromwell Cox and Ernest Everett Just Prize for Outstanding Thesis, University of Chicago, Office of the Deputy Provost

2013   Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (2 years)

2012   Dean’s List, University of Chicago, The College (4 years)

2010   Questbridge National College Match Scholarship (Full-Ride)

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Princeton University, Department of History (Spring 2020)

Teaching Assistant, Latino History

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Princeton University, Department of History (2019-2020)

Research Assistant, Professor Rhae Lynn Barnes                                 

Service Employees International Union (2015-2017)

            Research Analyst, Healthcare Policy Team, Washington, DC

University of Chicago, Department of Political Science (2014-2015)

            Research Assistant, Professor Tianna S. Paschel

MMUF Summer Research Training Program (2014)

                                                                                   

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Social Science Research Council (2017-Present)

            Presidential Appointee, Mellon Graduate Initiatives Planning and Advisory Committee

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation (2018–Present)

Webinar and Workshop Facilitator, Mellon Mays GAP Program

Princeton University Press (2019)

Focus Group Member, Higher Ed Professional Development Series

 

SERVICE TO PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

The Graduate School (2019)

Interviewer, Search Committee for the Assistant Director of Diversity Initiatives

Program in American Studies (2019)

Graduate Student Liaison, Senior Faculty Search Committee                         

Program in Latino Studies (2019)

Graduate Student Liaison, Senior Faculty Search Committee                         

Latino Graduate Student Association (2018-2020)

President                                                                                                          

The Graduate School (2018)

Diversity Fellow, Office for Access, Diversity, and Inclusion                       

Office of the Provost (2018-2019)

Member, University Budget Committee                                                         

The Graduate School (2018)

Interview Chair, Search Committee for the Assistant Dean for Access, Diversity, and Inclusion

The Graduate School (2017)

Member, Search Committee for the Associate Dean for Access, Diversity, and Inclusion

Office of the Dean of the College (2017-2018)

Graduate Fellow, Programs for Access and Inclusion (SIFP)                         

Graduate Student Government (2017-2018)

Delegate                                                                                                                     

 

TV & MEDIA

American History TV, “Latino Americans and U.S. Politics,” televised conference panel, C-SPAN3, July 27, 2019.

Toward a More Inclusive Academy: MMUF at 30, documentary film, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, YouTube, May 2019.

Mellon Mays GAP Q&A: Contacting Current Grad Students, webinar, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, YouTube, April 2018.

Mellon Mays GAP Q&A: Letters of Recommendation, webinar, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, YouTube, April 2018.

Mellon Mays GAP: Gap Year Challenges, webinar, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, YouTube, February 2018.

 

LANGUAGES

English, native

Spanish, native

Portuguese, proficient

French, read with dictionary

 

SKILLS

Google Suites and Microsoft Office (advanced Excel)

LexisNexis Legal Citation Database

NGP VAN Canvassing

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Political Science Association

American Studies Association

Latino/a Studies Association

Western History Association