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Andrasfay photo Theresa F. Andrasfay, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2014. B.A., Statistics, University of California, Berkeley, 2014. Interests: statistics, fertility, and infant mortality
Berchick photo Edward Berchick, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2010. B.A., Health and Societies, University of Pennsylvania, 2008. M.P.H., Social and Behavioral Sciences, Yale University, 2010. Interests: health, inequality/stratification, and change over time/birth cohorts.
Breton photo Etienne Breton, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2013. B.Sc., Anthropology, University of Montreal, 2010. M.S., Demography, University of Montreal, 2013. Interests: household and family demography, anthropological demography and the social demography of India.
Chen photo Shuang Chen, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2015. BS, Mathematics, Stanford University, 2010. MA, Education, Stanford University, 2011. Interests: sociology and demography, migration, human capital and child development, survey research, metadata and microdata management.
Cheng photo Cheng C Cheng, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2012. B.A., Sociology, University of Wisconsin, 2012. Interests: demography and aging
Coffey photo Diane Coffey, Woodrow Wilson School. Entered Fall 2010. B.A., Sociology, Villanova University, 2006. M.P.A, Development Studies, Princeton University, 2010. Interests: demography, development economics, health and nutrition in India, survey methodology.
Cohen photo Elisha A. Cohen, Population and Social Policy Program. Entered Fall 2013. B.A., Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2003. M.A., Economics, Hunter College, 2012. Interests: health disparities in the U.S., demography, social epidemiology, data visualization, and quantitative methods.
Dixon photo Angela R. Dixon, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2012. B.S., Psychology and Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011. Interests: race/ethnicity, inequality, and comparative sociology.
Easley photo Janeria A. Easley, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2011. B.A., Sociology and English, Duke University, 2011. Interests: racial economic inequality, spatial inequality, and social mobility.
Feehan photo Dennis Feehan, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2008. B.A., Mathematics, Harvard College, 2002. Interests: networks, population health, population and development, and demographic methods.
Gaydosh photo Lauren Gaydosh, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2009. B.A., Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, 2007. Interests: the intersection of health, family, and inequality.
Gentsch photo Kerstin Gentsch, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2008. B.A., Economics and Linguistics & Language, Swarthmore College, 2005. Interests: education (K-12 and postsecondary), employment, quantitative methods
Gillion photo Leah L. Gillion, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2013. BS, Economics, Florida A&M University, 2004. MA, Math Education, University of Rochester, 2007. Interests: sociology of education, race and ethnicity, and public policy.
Golann photo Joanne W. Golann, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2008. B.A., English, Amherst College, 2004. M.A., Social Sciences, University of Chicago, 2006. Interests: urban education, inequality, families, and ethnography.
Gottlieb photo Aaron J. Gottlieb, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2011. B.A., Public Affairs and Political Science, Syracuse University, 2007. M.S., Social Welfare Policy, Columbia University, 2011. Interests: crime and punishment, poverty and inequality, social policy, and the family.
Grigoryeva photo Angelina Grigoryeva, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2010. B.A., Sociology, Moscow State University, Higher School of Economics, 2010. Interests: economic sociology, stratification, and quantitative methods.
Hale photo Christopher Hale, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2015. BA, History and Economics, University of York, 2009. MA, Urban Affairs, Loyola University, 2014. Interests: history, economics, public policy, urban planning and international affairs.
Holcombe photo Caroline A. Holcombe, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2012. B.A., Sociology and Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Rice University, 2009. Interests: sociology of the family, sociology of education, stratification
Horta photo Mariana Campos Horta, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2011. B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 2007. Interests: inequality, migration, ethnicity, and health and educational outcomes
Ishizuka photo Patrick Ishizuka, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2010. B.A., Philosophy, Santa Clara University, 2004. Interests: gender, work-family issues, and inequality.
James photo Sarah A. James, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2012. B.A., Sociology, Rice University, 2012. Interests: social demography, family and child wellbeing, and integrating biological/genetic, and social science research.
Julio photo Daniela R. Urbina Julio, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2015. BA, Sociology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2011. MA, Applied Quantitative Research, New York University, 2015. Interests: demography and inequality, with a special interest in the impact of marriage patterns and family structure on inequality.
Korevaar photo Hannah M. Korevaar, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2015. BA, Mathematics and American Studies, Wesleyan University, 2014. Interests: American Studies, African American Studies, Urban Policy & Planning, data analysis and social justice.
Lundberg photo Ian D. Lundberg, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2015. BA, Sociology and Statistics, Harvard University, 2015. Interests: gender, families, labor markets, social demography and methodology, with specific focus on causal inference and on the impact of labor-market inequalities on families and of families on labor-market inequality.
Mahmud photo Ayesha S. Mahmud, Population and Social Policy Program. Entered Fall 2012. B.A., Physics and Economics, Carleton College, 2009. Interests: infectious disease modeling, population dynamics, infectious disease transmission, and impact of the HIV epidemic on fertility in sub-Saharan Africa.
Marin photo Celeste Marin, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2013. B.A., Foreign Affairs and Latin American Studies, University of Virginia, 1992. M.P.H., International Health and Development, Tulane University, 2000. Interests: health disparities, global reproductive epidemiology, and research methods for hard-to-measure demographic outcomes and hidden populations.
Mirakhur photo Zitsi Mirakhur, Population and Social Policy Program. Entered Fall 2011. B.A., Comparative Human Development, University of Chicago, 2008. Interests: sociology of education, poverty, inequality, and urbanization.
Mittleman photo Joel J. Mittleman, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2013. B.A., Economics, Swarthmore College, 2009. M.A., Comparative Education, University of London, 2012. Interests: the sociology of education, race, and stratification.
Moullin photo Sophie C. Moullin, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2013. B.A., Social and Political Science, University of Cambridge, 2005. M.A., Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences, Columbia University, 2012. Interests: family demography, stratification, and mental health.
Nolan photo Laura B Nolan, Population and Social Policy Program. Entered Fall 2011. B.A., Psychology and Spanish, Tufts University, 2006. M.Sc., Public Health, Harvard University, 2011. Interests: child health, economic wellbeing, and the implications of urbanization in both developing countries and the U.S.
O'Mara photo Ryan J. O'Mara, Population and Social Policy Program. Entered Fall 2014. B.S., Education, University of Florida, 2002. M.S., Social Science (Health Behavior), University of Florida, 2009. Interests: how social inequalities influence population health and wellbeing, and how social policies and programs can be optimized to improve public health and welfare.
Querin photo Federica Querin, Population and Social Policy Program. Entered Fall 2014. B.A., Economics, Bocconi University , 2011. M.S., Economics and Demography, Bocconi University, 2013. Interests: family, low fertility in the European context, and social demography.
Santana photo Emilce A. Santana, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2013. B.A., Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, 2013. Interests: immigration, social stratification, and race/ethnicity.
Sully photo Elizabeth Sully, Woodrow Wilson School. Entered Fall 2009. B.A., Joint Honors Political Science and IDS, McGill University, 2008. Interests: health, family demography, gender, partnership formation/dissolution, HIV/AIDS, and sexual network analysis.
Tannen photo Jonathan C. Tannen, Woodrow Wilson School. Entered Fall 2010. B.S., Physics and Math, Harvard, 2007. M.S.Ed., Education, University of Pennsylvania, 2009. Interests: internal structure of cities, segregation, youth development and mathematical modeling of emergent structures.
Thorkelson photo Sal Thorkelson, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2010. B.A., Evolutionary Biology, Columbia University, 2007. M.Sc., Human Geography, Umeå University, Sweden, 2010. Interests: international migration, inequality, race and ethnic studies, comparative sociology.
Todd photo Megan Todd, Woodrow Wilson School. Entered Fall 2010. B.A., Economics, Harvard University, 2003. Interests: biodemography, spatial demography, health disparities, health measurement, and social and economic determinants of health.
Winter photo Amy K. Winter, Program in Population Studies. Entered Fall 2011. B.A., International Relations and History, University of Georgia , 2007. M.P.H., Public Health, Emory University, 2011. Interests: human demography and infectious disease dynamics.
Wright Fox photo Melanie Wright Fox, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2011. A.B., Public Policy and Theater Studies, Duke University, 2009. Interests: how neighborhoods and families contribute to social inequalities and in social policies that mitigate early-life disadvantage.
Xu photo Jiayi J. Xu, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2015. BA, Sociology and Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago, 2014. Interests: intragroup variation, especially how this may be affected by spatial inequality.
Yiu photo Jessica Yiu, Department of Sociology. Entered Fall 2008. B.A., Sociology, University of Toronto, 2006. M.A., Sociology, University of Toronto, 2008. Interests: immigration, race and ethnic relations, and network analysis
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