We welcomed a diverse and inter-generational group of about 100 scholars to UCLA for our 2-day Collaborative Multiracial Post-Election Survey (CMPS) Summer Research Workshop and Planning Meeting. This Workshop was held at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, August 8-10, 2018. This Workshop provided CMPS users with an outlet to present their research to a broad group of researchers both inside and outside of academia. Workshop events ranged from research presentations as well as planning and brainstorming sessions as we gear up for the CMPS 2020. Presentations featured cross-racial comparative data analysis, from a diverse and inter-generational group of CMPS users from across the country. We encourage collaboration to strengthen the academic pipeline in the study of race, ethnicity and immigration, through co-authorships and research opportunities, particularly for graduate students, post-docs and junior faculty. This 2-day meeting also served as a professional development and networking opportunity for scholars of race, ethnicity and immigration in the United States. See flier and full program here.