Winner of the John T. Dunlop Outstanding Scholar Award for “contributions to research that address industrial relations/employment problems of national significance.” Labor and Employment Relations Association, 2017.
Winner of College of Humanities and Sciences Faculty Award for Excellence in Scholarship, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2016.
Katherine Levine Einstein is currently the co-principal investigator of the Menino Survey of Mayors, a multi-year data set of survey-interviews of U.S. mayors exploring a wide variety of political and policy issues.
PhD in Sociology and Social Policy, 2012. Associate Professor of Sociology and Management, University of Southern California. Associate Director, Sol Price Center for Social Innovation, USC Price School of Public Policy.
Ann Owens has been named one of four new William T. Grant Scholars, 2019-2024. The program supports promising early-career researchers in the social, behavioral, and health sciences with five-year research awards designed to expand their expertise into new disciplines, methods, and content areas.
Raubenheimer Award for Outstanding Junior Faculty Member for the Social Sciences, University of Southern California, 2016-2017.
National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, a fellowship that supports early-career scholars working in critical areas of education research, 2016-2017.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Center on Poverty and Inequality, Stanford University, 2012-2013.
PhD in Sociology and Social Policy, 2012. W.K. Kellogg Fellow, School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University. Lecturer in Public and International Affairs, Princeton University.
Fellow, The Worker Institute, Cornell University. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University, 2012-2014. Louis O. Kelso Fellow, School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University, 2012-2013.
PhD in Health Policy, 2012. Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholar, University of Pennsylvania (2012-2014).
Brendan Saloner's research focuses on the intersection of health and social policy, particularly on the role of health insurance in promoting access to care, financial protection, and wellness. He serves as co-leader of the Addiction and Overdose working group of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative at Johns Hopkins University.
Winner of the AcademyHealth Alice S. Hersh Emerging Investigator Award, 2019. The award recognizes scholars early in their careers as health services researchers who show exceptional promise for future contributions.
National Academy of Medicine Greenwall Fellow in Bioethics, 2015-2017.