2020. Book Award. Migrant Crossings: Witnessing Human Trafficking in the U.S., American Sociological Association Section on Asia and Asian America’s Book Award on Asian America.
2020. Honoree, Migrant Crossings: Witnessing Human Trafficking in the U.S., 5th Annual Celebrate U Event, A Showcase of Extraordinary Faculty Achievements. The Celebrate U Task Force, University of Utah.
Summer 2019. Faculty Fellow, Center for Arts, Design and Social Research, Residency V: Commonplaces and Entanglements, Spoleto, Umbria, Italy.
Summer 2018. Faculty Fellow, Center for Arts, Design and Social Research, Residency II: Commonplaces and Entanglements, Spoleto, Umbria, Italy.
2015 – 2016. National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID) Exemplary Diversity Scholar.
2013 – 2015. Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship, Rutgers University, 2013 – 2015, $50,000 each year.
2010 – 2011. Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, University of California, Berkeley.
Summer 2010. Dean’s Summer Fellowship, Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Summer, 2010. $5,000.
Summer 2010. Scholarship, “Statistics Institute”, Diversity Initiative for Graduate Study in the Social Sciences. University of California.
2009. Founder Region Dissertation Fellowship, Soroptimist International, $9,000.
2008. U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship, Council of American Overseas Research Centers, South Korea.
2008 – 2009. Dean’s Normative-time Fellowship, University of California, Berkeley, $14,000.
2007 – 2008. Mentored Research Fellowship, Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley, $16,000.
2005. Mentored Research Award, Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley.
Internally-Funded Projects – Contracts & Grants
2020. Co-Investigator. Domestic Violence in the Age of COVID-19: Understanding consequences of stay-at-home orders, University of Utah Special Emphasis: Emerging COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 Research seed grant program. Co-Principal Investigators: Sonia Salari, Ph.D. (Family and Consumer Studies) and Sharon Talboys, Ph.D. (Division of Family and Preventative Medicine). Co-Investigators: Megan Petersen (Public Health); Michelle Seage (Public Health); Heather Melton, Ph.D. (Sociology); Annie Isabel Fukushima, Ph.D. (Ethnic Studies Division).
2020. Principal Investigator. Gender-Based Violence Consortium, 1U4U Innovation Grant, University of Utah. Collaborators: Yoshimi Anzai, Katheen Franchek-Roa, Leslie Roa, Antoinette Laskey, Richard Medina, Heather Melton, Jessie Richards, and Sonia Salari. $30,000.
2020. Co-Principal Investigator, Visualizing Gender-Based Violence, Research Seed Grant, University of Utah. Co-Principal Investigator: Sonia Salari. Co-Investigators: Yoshimi Anzai, Kathy Franchek-Roa, Caren Frost, Leslie Halpern, Antoinette Laskey, Richard Medina, Heather Melton, Jessie Lynn Richards. $50,000.
2019 – 2020. “Race and Ethnicity in Global Contexts II: Ethnic Studies ‘Global Learning without a Passport.’” Global Learning Disciplines. Office of Global Engagement, University of Utah. $10,000.
2017 – 2018. Graduate Diversity Enhancement Grant for Women of Color Academics. Primary Faculty Organizer: Annie Isabel Fukushima. Graduate School Diversity Office, University of Utah, $1,000
2016 – 2017. Graduate Diversity Enhancement Grant for Women of Color Academics of Social Work. Primary Faculty Organizer. Graduate School Diversity Office, University of Utah, $1,000.
Externally-Funded Projects – Contracts & Grants
2018 – 2020. “Freedom Network Training Institute Housing Training and Technical Assistance Project.” Evaluation Consultant: Annie Isabel Fukushima. Specialized Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance for Service Providers. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, and Office for Victims of Crime. https://freedomnetworkusa.org/2018/09/25/freedom-network-training-institute-housing-project/
2018. “Addressing human trafficking in Salt Lake City: Needs and Opportunities.” Co-Investigator: Annie Isabel Fukushima, Ph.D. Research team: Kwynn Michelle Gonzalez-Pons; Annie Isabel Fukushima, Ph.D.; Allison O’Connor; Lauren Clark, Ph.D.; Lindsay Gezinski, Ph.D. Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office, Salt Lake City Council, and the Salt Lake City County District Attorney’s Office. $30,000.
2018. “Violence Against Women Community Needs Assessment.” Principal Investigator: Annie Isabel Fukushima. Co-Investigator: Lindsay Gezinski, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Boley*. City and County of San Francisco Department on the Status of Women. Institution: University of Utah. DOSW FY 17 2017 RFP for the 2017 Violence Against Women Needs Assessment. June 28, 2017, San Francisco on the Status of Women – Voted to approve funding. Funds released: January 1, 2018. $88,684.86.
2016 – 2017. “Migratory Times.” Contracted Co-Lead Researcher with Dr. Dalida Maria Benfield. Award to: Institute of (Im)Possible Subjects. Funder: Abundance Foundation, $65,000.