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- 2016 – CPhil in Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles
- 2013 – MA in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles
- 2011 – BA in Linguistics and Languages from Swarthmore College
- 2010 – International Chinese Language Program, National Taiwan University (2 quarters of intensive, advanced language training)
- Ho, Calvin N. “Chinese Students in the United States after 1960.” Pp. 297-300 in Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History, vol. 1, edited by X. Zhao and E. J. W. Park. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood.
- Ho, Calvin N. “Refugee Act of 1980.” Pp. 952-953 in Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History, vol. 3, edited by X. Zhao and E. J. W. Park. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood.
- Waldinger, Roger and Calvin Ho. Untitled review of Rancheros en Chicago: vida y conciencia en una historia de migrantes. Ethnic and Racial Studies 34(1):167-168.
- “External constraints and two-step leverage in a homeland-diaspora relationship,” Graduate Conference: Crossing Borders: Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in Comparative Perspectives, Sciences Po Paris.
- “Chinese language schools and the two Chinas,” Association for Asian American Studies Annual Conference, San Francisco.
- “External constraints and two-step leverage in a homeland-diaspora relationship,” UCLA Program on International Migration Bilingual Conference: El Colegio de la Frontera Norte at UCLA.
- “Taiwan’s multiple diasporas,” Social Science Research Council-Mellon Mays Graduate Student Summer Conference, Bryn Mawr College.
- “Diversity in Chinese schools,” UCLA National Heritage Language Resource Center Conference: Challenges and Achievements in Community Language Schools.
- “Social reproduction in ethnic language schools: a comparative study,” Social Science Research Council-Mellon Mays Graduate Student Summer Conference, Bryn Mawr College.
- “Looking up at China: China and multiculturalism in Los Angeles weekend language schools,” China Undisciplined: UCLA Graduate Student Conference on Chinese Studies.
- “Los Argenchinos: cultural and linguistic assimilation of Chinese in Argentina,” Association for Asian American Studies Annual Conference, Washington, DC; Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, California.
- “Heritage language loss in the Chinese community in Argentina,” Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies Annual Conference, University of North Carolina at Wilmington; Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, University of Pennsylvania.
- “’A graveyard for languages’: heritage language loss in the United States,” UCLA Summer Programs for Undergraduate Research Conference.
Honors, awards, and grants
- National Science Foundation and Research Council of Norway Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide fellowship
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship (honorable mention)
- UCLA Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellowship
- UCLA Chancellor’s Prize