Natalie Bau

Natalie Bau

PhD in Public Policy, 2015.
Assistant Professor of Economics, UCLA.

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar, 2016-2018. One of 18 exceptional early-career researchers from diverse science and social science fields selected to the inaugural cohort of the  CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars Program, sponsored by the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. 

Anmol Chaddha

Anmol Chaddha

PhD in Sociology & Social Policy, 2015.
Principal with the Reimagining Capitalism team, Omidyar Network.
Sarah Cohodes

Sarah Cohodes

PhD in Public Policy, 2015.
Associate Professor of Education Policy and Economics, Teachers College Columbia University.

Distinguished CESifo Affiliate Award, Economics of Education, 2016.

Winner of the Jean Flanigan Outstanding Dissertation Award, Association for Education Finance and Policy, 2016. 

Nicole Deterding

Nicole M. Deterding

PhD in Sociology and Social Policy, 2015.
Senior Social Science Research Analyst, Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE), Administration for Children and Families, US Department of Health and Human Services.

National Poverty Center Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2015-2017.

Ethan Fosse

Ethan Fosse

PhD in Sociology, 2015.
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto.

The Cultural MatrixPostdoctoral Research Associate, Departments of Sociology and Politics, Princeton University.

Orlando Patterson and Ethan Fosse are the editors of The Cultural Matrix: Understanding Black Youth (Harvard University Press, 2015).

Alejandro J.  Ganimian

Alejandro J. Ganimian

Ed.D in Quantitative Policy Analysis in Education, 2015.
Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology and Economics, NYU-Steinhardt.
Non-resident Fellow. Center for Universal Education, Brookings Institution.

Senior Education Postdoctoral Fellow, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) South Asia, New Delhi, India, 2015-2017.

Dan Honig

Daniel Honig

PhD in Public Policy, 2015.
Assistant Professor of International Development, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

Navigation by Design, by Dan HonigDaniel Honig's first book, Navigation by Judgment: Why and When Top-down Management of Foreign Aid Doesn’t Work, examines the optimal level of autonomy in foreign aid intervention delivery and the role political authorizing environments and measurement regimes play in circumscribing that autonomy. Published by Oxford University Press (2018).

Winner of the Next Horizons Essay Contest, 2014. The contest, organized by the Global Development Network in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, invited original and innovative thinking to inform the ongoing discourse on development assistance.

Jackelyn Hwang

Jackelyn Hwang

PhD in Sociology and Social Policy, 2015
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Stanford University
Director, Changing Cities Research Lab, Stanford University

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Office of Population Research, Princeton University, 2015-2017.

Emerging Scholar Award, Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University, 2021.

Winner of the James Addams Best Article Award, ASA Community and Urban Sociology, 2020.

Winner of the Louis Wirth Best Article Award (with co-author Asad L. Asad, PhD'17) from the American Sociological Association's International Migration section, 2019.

Tracey (Shollenberger) Lloyd

Tracey (Shollenberger) Lloyd

PhD in Sociology and Social Policy, 2015.
Vice President for Science, Center for Policing Equity.

Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute, 2014-2019.

Tracey Lloyd Tracey Lloyd is Vice President for Science at the Center for Policing Equity, where she uses the National Justice Database to answer pressing questions about police-youth interactions and the use of force. Prior to joining CPE, she directed studies of school discipline and policing at the Urban Institute's Justice Policy Center and co-led their Policing and Crime Prevention research team. 

Frank Schilbach

Frank Schilbach

PhD in Economics, 2015.
Gary Loveman Career Development Associate Professor of Economics, MIT.

MIT Graduate Economics Association, Best Adviser Award, 2018.

Benjamin  Sosnaud

Benjamin Sosnaud

PhD in Sociology, 2015.
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Trinity University.

Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard College Fellows Program, 2015-2017.

Vanessa  Williamson

Vanessa Williamson

PhD in Government and Social Policy, 2015.
Senior Fellow in Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution.
Senior Fellow, Urban–Brookings Tax Policy Center.

Read My Lips: Why Americans Are Proud to Pay TaxesVanessa Williamson's second book, Read My Lips: Why Americans Are Proud to Pay Taxes, has been published by Princeton University Press (2017).

Vanessa Williamson is the co-author, with Theda Skocpol, of The Tea Party and the Remaking of Republican Conservatism, which examines how the Tea Party pushed the Republican Party The Tea Party and the Remaking of Republican Conservatismfarther to the right. Oxford University Press (2012). 

Selected one of the ten best political books of the year by The New Yorker. 

Oren Ziv

Oren Ziv

PhD in Political Economy and Government, 2015.
Assistant Professor of Economics, Michigan State University.

International Economics Postdoctoral Fellow, Dartmouth College, 2016.