PhD in Political Economy and Government, 2010. Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, University College London
Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow, Nuffield College, Oxford, 2011-2013.
One of 41 recipients of the first wave of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Future Leaders Fellowships, awarded to early career researchers in any field of research and innovation, 2019.
Winner of the Best Paper Award from the European Politics Section of the American Political Science Association for her paper, "The Social Sources of the Gradient: A Cross-National Analysis of the Pathways Linking Social Class to Population Health," 2009.
PhD in Public Policy, 2010. Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. Professor of Education and Economics, Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Winner of the David N Kershaw Early Career Award, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), 2018. The award honors those under the age of 40 who have made a distinguished contribution to the field of public policy analysis and management.
David Deming is one of five new William T. Grant Scholars for 2013-2018. The William T. Grant Scholars Program “supports the professional development of promising early career researchers in the social, behavioral, and health sciences” with five-year research awards.
PhD in Sociology, 2010. Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Carter G. Woodson Institute of African American and African Studies, University of Virginia.
Provost's Postdoctoral Fellow, Duke University, 2012-2014.
Sabrina Pendergrass is currently working on a book manuscript, under contract with Oxford University Press, about the African American reverse migration to the South.
Winner of the Exemplary Diversity Dissertation Award from the National Center for Institutional Diversity, University of Michigan, for her dissertation, “Making moves: Place, culture, and stratification in African American reverse migration to the urban South,” 2010.
Winner of the Best Graduate Student Paper Award from the Poverty, Class, and Inequality Section of the Society for the Study of Social Problems for “Making Moves: Social Stratification and the Socioeconomic and Symbolic Dimensions of Black Reverse Migration to the South,” 2010.
PhD in Sociology and Social Policy, 2010. Associate Professor of Policy Analysis and Management and Sociology (by courtesy), Cornell University. Associate Director, Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research, Cornell University.
Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholar, University of Pennsylvania, 2010-2012.
William Julius Wilson Early Career Award: Inequality, Poverty, Mobility Section of the American Sociological Association, 2018.
Laura Tach has been named a William T. Grant Scholar, 2015-2020. The William T. Grant Scholars program selects 4-6 promising early-career researchers each year in the social, behavioral, and health sciences and supports their professional development with five-year research awards.