PhDs on the Market

Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology
Dissertation:
College majors and Inequality in the Labor Market
Fields of interest
Gender, Race, Inequality in the labor market, Immigration
Dissertation:
Can Empathy Lead to Equity? Interrupting Status Dynamics in Workplace Interactions
Fields of interest
Gender, Race & Ethnicity, Social Psychology, Organizations
Dissertation:
De Facto School Discipline and the Maintenance of Inequality
Fields of interest
Inequality, Education, Policing, Race & Ethnicity, Qualitative Methods, Quantitative Methods
Dissertation:
Ethnic Identity and Homeland Politics in the Oromo Diaspora
Fields of interest
Race and Ethnicity, Immigration, Diaspora, Africa, Qualitative Methods, Mixed Methods
Dissertation:
Migrating Money: The Social Status Repercussions of US-Mexico Remittances
Fields of interest
International Migration, Family, Race, Gender, and Class, Health and Wellbeing, Economic Sociology
Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
Dissertation:
From the Socialism of Intelligence to the Aristocracy of Knowledge: Administrative Practice and Political Authority in American Democracy, 1905–1921
Dissertation:
From Deviance to Diagnosis: Cultural Meanings of Mental Health
Dissertation:
Segregation and Inequality Across Neighborhoods, Classrooms, and Police Jurisdictions
Fields of interest
Gender inequality, Career transitions, The future of work, Real-world experiments
Dissertation:
Governing at the Margins: How the State Manages Children at the Junction of Dependent and Delinquent
Fields of interest
Poverty and Inequality, Punishment, Law and Society, Health Disparities, Qualitative and Mixed Methods
Dissertation:
Bad Doctors, Enablers, and the Powerless: The Opioid Crisis and the Construction of Blame