As a university research center born of the digital age, TRPI has produced the USC Media Curator, an online publishing platform designed to bring together innovative research from across the University of Southern California and beyond. TRPI has used the media curator to publish individual microsites on a variety of topic areas such as immigrant legal services, latinos and the criminal justice system, U.S.- Mexico relations, and demographic diversity. View full list of digital publications
TRPI offers Harry Pachon Research Awards to support student research. In the 2012/13 school year, these Research Awards were offered to eighteen USC graduate students, including: Allison Noyes, a Ph.D. Candidate at USC to support her thesis and research on language ecology and a group of Master’s of Public Policy students for travel to Mexico to conduct interviews for their practicum project. Read more
A joint digital publication of USC’s Center for Urban Education and Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, makes clear that it is in the best interest of all Californians that more Latinos earn a bachelor’s degree.
This project will examine the institutional capacity required to process a large group of people if a new legalization policy were to be enacted. For more information see Projects page.
Digital publications curated by the U.S.-Mexico Network using TRPI’s Media Curator platform. The network’s Imagining 2024 project is designed to provide readers a quick overview of key issues in U.S.-Mexico relations.
Digital publications on the topics of Latino experiences with crime, disparities in the system, and public opinion and perception. Supported by Californians for Safety and Justice.