Ismail Nooraddini was recently accepted to participate in the highly competitive Summer Institute in Migration Research Methods at Penn State. This is an 8-day workshop where 30 graduate students, researchers, and beginning faculty from around the world will be trained in best-practices and in methodologies particularly relevant to the study of immigration and migration populations. Ismail is a 2nd year PhD student in the in the Sociology and Anthropology department and a graduate research assistant for the Institute for Immigration Research. He is specializing in research methodology, immigration, family, and child development. Ismail hopes that the information obtained from this work shop will help with his overall research goal of understanding how the pervasive element of culture affects family structure and adolescence.
March 21, 2019