Arthur Acoca Acolin is a PhD student in Urban Planning and Development at the University of Southern California with a broad interest in housing economics and a focus on international housing policy and finance.
Yeokwang (Brian) An a is second-year PhD student in Public Policy and Management in the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California. He is interested in urban economics and state and local government finance.
Justine Dodgen ’16 is a Master of Public Administration candidate at USC’s Price School of Public Policy, where she concentrates in international development administration. Her policy interests include civic engagement and civil society development, particularly related to women’s empowerment and legal literacy.
Sarah Mawhorter is a third-year Ph.D. student in Urban Planning and Development at the USC Price School. Sarah studies housing and neighborhood change, with a focus on the demographic forces that shape the housing market.
Anthony W. Orlando is a first-year PhD student in Public Policy and Management. His research focuses on the role of housing and financial policies in economic and social welfare, especially as they affect inequality, unemployment, and business cycles.
Vincent Reina is a doctoral student at the USC Price School of Public Policy, where he is also a Doctoral Fellow at the Lusk Center for Real Estate. Prior to joining USC, he was the Herbert Z. Gold Housing Fellow at the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy at New York University, where he conducted and published research on housing programs and markets.
Jovanna Rosen is a Ph.D. student in Urban Planning and Development at the USC Price School. Her research focuses on community development, economic development and social justice.
Diane Um is an undergraduate studying Economics and Policy, Planning, and Development with an emphasis in Public Policy and Law. This is her third year as a Research Assistant at the Bedrosian Center, where she has helped compile data on topics ranging from housing to walkability.
Danielle Williams is a Ph.D. Candidate at the USC Price School of Public Policy. A fourth year student in the Public Policy and Management program, her research interests include program evaluation, prisoner reentry policy, anti-poverty programs, and education policy.