Margot Moinester has been selected by the Tobin Project as a 2018 Reassessing Threat Assessment Graduate Student Fellow. During her fellowship, Margot will be conducting research on her project, "Does Enforcement of U.S. Immigration Laws Identify Potential Terrorists?"
The Tobin Project awards fellowships annually to graduate students across disciplines and institutions whose research addresses the relationship between democracy and markets. Through monthly forums in Cambridge and New Haven, the students present and discuss their work with one another for uniquely interdisciplinary feedback.
Tobin Project Graduate Student Fellows include:
2018 Reassessing Threat Assessment Graduate Student Fellow: Margot Moinester
2018 History of American Democracy Graduate Student Fellow: Mo Torres
2017: Jimmy Biblarz
2015: Barbara Kiviat
2014: Beth Truesdale
2013: Carly Knight
2012: Deirdre Bloome, Carl Gershenson, and Kim Pernell-Gallagher