The Stone Program in Wealth Distribution, Inequality, and Social Policy has awarded ten fellowships to a new cohort of Stone PhD Scholars conducting research on inequality across disciplines at Harvard.
Victoria Angelova (Economics) is interested in the relationship between access to education and income inequality.
David Arbelaez (Sociology & Social Policy) studies inequality, intergenerational mobility, organizations, and higher education.
Ashutosh Bhuradia (Education) is a PhD student in the...
Awardee | Stone PhD Scholar Allison Daminger, a PhD candidate in Sociology & Social Policy, is a 2020 recipient (co-winner) of the Graduate Student Paper Award from the American Sociological Association's Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility Section for her article, "The Cognitive Dimension of Household Labor," published in the American Sociological Review.
Awardee | Sarah E. James, PhD candidate in Government & Social Policy, has been recognized by the Harvard Government Department with two teaching awards: Sarah is one of four recipients of the inaugural Sidney Verba Award for Teaching Excellence and the inaugural recipient of the department's Peer Mentoring Award. Learn more about Sarah James's work:
Berkman Klein Center | Cierra Robson, a PhD student in Sociology and Social Policy, has been selected as a 2020 Assembly Student Fellow by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. The Assembly Student Fellowship program brings together a cohort of Harvard students from a range of disciplines and schools to participate in problem-oriented seminars led by Harvard faculty and collaborate on student-led projects aimed at tackling real-world problems. This year, Assembly is taking up disinformation in the digital public sphere from a cybersecurity perspective.
Broadly, Cierra is interested in how technological advancements both reinforce and revolutionize the American racial order, as well as how public-private collaborations both solidify and make profitable existing power hierarchies. She aims to use her research to conceptualize what meaningful regulation of Big Tech looks like.
Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning | Andrew Keefe, JD/PhD student in Sociology and Social Policy, is a recipient—together with Harvard College Lecturer Shai M. Dromi and Sociology PhD student Kwan Woo Kim—of a 2018-19 ABLConnect Teaching Innovator Prize for their work in Dr. Dromi's course, "Visualizing Humanitarian Crises and Interventions."
ABLConnect is an online database of active learning exercises developed by Harvard instructors and used in Harvard classrooms. The competitive Teaching Innovator Prize recognizes instructors from across Harvard institutions for their use of active learning.
The Tobin Project | Meredith Dost, PhD candidate in Government and Social Policy and a Stone PhD Research Scholar, is one of nine History of American Democracy Graduate Student Fellows selected by the Tobin Project for her project, "The Effect of Administrative Burden on Political Participation: A Consequence of Federalism." The Tobin Project's graduate student fellows receive research support and the opportunity to receive critical feedback in an interdisciplinary, seminar-style environment.
Awardee | Wiener PhD Scholar Angela Lee, PhD candidate in Sociology, is one of two doctoral students selected to be a resident scholar at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth during the 2019-2020 academic year. Lee's dissertation examines how gender and parenthood shape the accumulation of wealth in the United States.
Awardee | Stone PhD Scholar Anna Stansbury, PhD candidate in Economics, is one of 13 doctoral student grantees announced today by the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. Stansbury received a research grant for her work (joint with Gregor Schubert, Harvard PhD candidate in Business Economics), "Getting Labor Markets Right: Occupational Mobility and Outside Options."
Awardee | Margot Moinester, PhD candidate in Sociology, is the 2019 recipient of the Best Graduate Student Paper Award from the American Sociological Association's Sociology of Population Section for "Policing Noncitizens: Risk of Removal from the U.S. Interior, 1988-2010." Learn more about Margot's research: