2005

Christopher Adolph

Ph.D. in Political Science, 2005.
Associate Professor of Political Science and Adjunct Associate Professor of Statistics, University of Washington.

Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in Health Policy Research, University of Michigan (2008-2009).

Book by Christopher Adolph

Christopher Adolph's first book, Bankers, Bureaucrats, and Central Bank Politics: the Myth of Neutrality has been published by Cambridge University Press, 2013. 

Winner of the 2014 Charles Levine Memorial Prize for Best Book in Comparative Public Policy and Administration.

Christopher Adolph's dissertation, "The Dilemma of Discretion: Career Ambitions and the Politics of Central Banking," has won the 2005 Mancur Olson Award for best dissertation in political economy, given the by the Political Economy Section of the American Political Science Association.… Read more about Christopher Adolph

Raven Saks Molloy

Ph.D. in Economics, 2005.
Section Chief, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Winner of the Edwin S. Mills Real Estate Economics Best Paper Award, American Real Estate and Urban Economics, Association (2013).

Winner of the Arrow Prize for Best Paper by a Junior Economist, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy (2005).

Susan Crawford Sullivan

Ph.D. in Sociology, 2005.
Associate Professor of Sociology, Holy Cross.


Living FaithSusan Crawford Sullivan's first book, Living Faith: Everyday Religion and Mothers in Poverty (University of Chicago 2011) explores the role of religion in the lives of low-income urban mothers.

Winner of 2012 Distinguished Book Award from the Sociology of Religion Section of the American Sociological Association.

Winner of the 2012 Distinguished Book Award from the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.

Natasha Kumar Warikoo

Ph.D. in Sociology, 2005.
Associate Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education.



Balancing ActsNatasha Kumar Warikoo's first book, Balancing Acts: Youth Culture in the Global City (University of California Press, 2011), analyzes how youth cultures among children of immigrants are related to their orientations toward schooling through ethnographic, interview, and survey data in diverse New York and London high schools.

Winner of the Thomas and Znaneicki Best Book Award from the International Migration Section of the American Sociological Association (2012).… Read more about Natasha Kumar Warikoo