2016

James Feigenbaum

James Feigenbaum

Ph.D. in Economics, 2016.
Postdoctoral Research Associate and Lecturer, Economics Department, Princeton University, 2016-2017.
Assistant Professor of Economics, Boston University (beginning 2017).
Noam Gidron

Noam Gidron

Ph.D. in Government, 2016.
Fellow, Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University, 2017-2018.
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and Program in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE), Hebrew University (beginning 2018).
Wei Huang

Wei Huang

Ph.D. in Economics, 2016.
NBER Post-Doctoral Fellow on the Economics of an Aging Workforce, National Bureau of Economic Research.

David  Hureau

David Hureau

Ph.D in Sociology and Social Policy, 2016.
Assistant Professor in the School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany, State University of New York.
Affiliate, Crime Lab, University of Chicago.
Anthony Abraham Jack

Anthony Abraham Jack

Ph.D. in Sociology, 2016.
Junior Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows (2016-2019).
Assistant Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Shutzer Assistant Professor, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University (2019- ).
Simon Jaeger

Simon Jäger

Ph.D. in Economics, 2016.
Assistant Professor of Economics, MIT.
Postdoctoral researcher, Institute on Behavior and Inequality (briq), University of Bonn, 2016-2017.
Jeremy R. Levine

Jeremy R. Levine

Ph.D. in Sociology, 2016.
Assistant Professor of Organizational Studies, University of Michigan.
Elizabeth  Linos

Elizabeth Linos

Ph.D. in Public Policy, 2016.
VP and Head of Research and Evaluation, Behavioral Insights Team – North America, 2016-2017.
Assistant Professor, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley (beginning 2017).
John  Marshall

John Marshall

Ph.D. in Government, 2016.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Columbia University.
Beth Schueler

Beth Schueler

Ed.D., Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Program on Education Policy and Governance (PEPG), Harvard Kennedy School (2016-2017).
Queenie Zhu

Queenie Zhu

Ph.D. in Sociology and Social Policy, 2016.
Strategic Data Project Fellow, Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR), Harvard University. (2016-2018).