Adam Travis named 2019 Meyer Dissertation Fellow

May 8, 2019
Adam Travis named 2019 Meyer Dissertation Fellow

Adam Travis is one of three 2019 John R. Meyer Dissertation Fellows named by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies.

Adam is writing his dissertation on the effects of flood hazards on home prices.

John R. Meyer Dissertation Fellows are Harvard doctoral students in any discipline who have an approved prospectus for a housing-related doctoral dissertation. Meyer Dissertation Fellows receive a $5,000 stipend as well project advising and support from the Joint Center researchers and faculty affiliates.

Meyer Fellows include:
2019: Jared SchachnerSkills-Based Neighborhood and School Sorting in an Era of Choice-Oriented Urban Policy
2019: Adam Travis - The effects of flood hazards on home prices
2017: Jasmin SandelsonUnaccompanied homeless youth
2016: Hope Harvey - Exploring the Impacts of Doubling-Up on Families with Children
2014: Jackelyn Hwang - Gentrification without Segregation: Race and Renewal in a Diversifying City
2013: Eva Rosen - Selection, Matching, and the Rules of the Game: Landlords and the Geographic Sorting of Low-Income Renters