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2018-2019 Graduates

Christina J. Cross
(Ph.D., Public Policy and Sociology, Winter 2019)

Dissertation: "The Color, Class, and Context of Family Structure and Its Association with Children’s Educational Performance." Chairs: Karyn R. Lacy. 
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Sociology, Harvard University (2019-2021); Assistant Professor of Sociology, Harvard University (2021–).

 

Cheyney Dobson
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2019)

Dissertation: "Merging Criminal Justice and Social Welfare in Mental Health Court: The Disparate Impacts and Outcomes of Coercive Aid in the Era of Mass Incarceration." Co-chairs: Alford A. Young, Jr. & David J. Harding (University of California, Berkeley).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Law School, University of Pennsylvania (2019–).

 

Michael Fang
(Ph.D., Public Policy and Sociology, Winter 2019)

Dissertation: "Three Essays on the Relationships Between Social Ties and Mental Well-Being." Co-chairs: Elizabeth E. Bruch & Sarah A. Burgard.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University (2019–).

 

Jessica Garrick
(Ph.D., Sociology, Winter 2019)

Dissertation: "Refocusing Rights “On the Books”: The State, Social Movement Organizations, and U.S. Labor Law." Chair: Sandra R. Levitsky.
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Southern Methodist University (2019–).

 

Mikell A. Hyman
(Ph.D., Sociology, Fall 2018)

Dissertation: "Land of Broken Promises: Classification Struggles and the Reorganization of Municipal Pensions in Detroit's Bankruptcy." Co-chairs: Greta R. Krippner & Jason Owen-Smith.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne, Germany (2018–).

 

Huiyun Kim

(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Fall 2018)

Dissertation: "Housing Insecurity and Low-Income Housing Policy in the United States." Co-chairs: Sarah A. Burgard & Kristin S. Seefeldt (Social Work).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota (2018–).

 

Min Hee Kim
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Winter 2019)

Dissertation: "Geographic Distribution of Aging and Health-Related Resources in Urban Neighborhoods: Implications for Health Care Delivery to Community-Dwelling Older Adults with Physical and/or Cognitive Impairment." Co-chairs: Sarah A. Burgard & Ruth E. Dunkle (Social Work).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Scholar, Insitute for Health Policy Studies, University of California, San Fransisco (2019–).

 

Johanna C. Massé
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2019)

Dissertation: "'Every B Closes the Door': The College Choice Process Among Silicon Valley High School Seniors." Chair: Elizabeth A. Armstrong.
Initial placement: Admissions Evaluator, University of California, Santa Cruz (2019–).

 

David Mickey-Pabello
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2019)

Dissertation: "A Structural Investigation of Laissez Faire Racism: The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Affirmative Action Bans." Chair: Sarah A. Burgard.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Hutchins Center for African and African-American Studies, Harvard University (2019–).

 

 

2017-2018 Graduates

Ellen L. Compernolle
(Ph.D., Sociology, Fall 2017)

Dissertation: "Spouses Crossing Borders: Husbands? International Migration and the Marital Relationship." Chair: William G. Axinn.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Affiliate, Center for Health and the Social Sciences, University of Chicago (2018–2019).
Subsequent placement: Research Scientist, National Opinion Research Center (NORC), University of Chicago (2019–).

 

Danielle Czarnecki
(Ph.D., Sociology, Fall 2017)

Dissertation: "Modern Crosses: How Christian Women Navigate Gender, Religion, and Assisted Reproductive Technologies." Co-chairs: Renee R. Anspach & Karin A. Martin.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University (2018–).
Danielle Czarnecki’s website. https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/dczarnecki/

 

Elizabeth J. Ela
(Ph.D., Sociology, Winter 2018)

Dissertation: "I Should Be Pregnant So Many Times By Now: Risk Perception, Numeracy, and Young Women's Contraceptive Use." Chair: Jennifer S. Barber.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Texas Policy Evaluation Project, University of Texas at Austin (2017–).
Elizabeth J. Ela’s website. http://elizabethela.com/

 

Meagan Michelle Elliott
(Ph.D., Sociology, Winter 2018)

Dissertation: "Imagined Boundaries: Discordant Narratives of Place and Displacement in Contemporary Detroit." Co-chairs: Geneviève Zubrzycki & Robert S. Jansen.
Initial placement: Chief Parks Planner, General Services Department, City of Detroit, MI (2014–).

 

Drew M. Foster
(Ph.D., Sociology, Fall 2017)

Dissertation: "Being Sick Online: Exchanges of Medical Knowledge on the Internet." Chair: Geneviève Zubrzycki.
Initial placement: User Experience Researcher, Cox Automotive Inc., Burlington, VT (2017–2018).
Subsequent placement: User Experience Researcher, Facebook, Seattle, WA (2018–).

 

Heidi M. Gansen
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2018)

Dissertation: "Building Blocks of Difference: How Inequalities are (Re)Produced through Disciplinary Practices and Interactions in Preschool." Chair: Karin A. Martin.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University (2018–).

 

Charity M. Hoffman
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Summer 2018)

Dissertation: "The 21st Century Mother: How New Moms Navigate Work, Family and the Struggle to Have it All." Co-chairs: Karin A. Martin & Katie E. Richards-Schuster (Social Work). 
Initial placement: Research Coordinator, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan (2018–).
Charity M. Hoffman’s website: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/charityhoffman/

 

Lucie Kalousová
(Ph.D., Sociology and Health Services Organization and Policy, Fall 2017)

Dissertation: "Durable Disparity: The Emergence and Entrenchment of the Great American Smoking Gap." Co-chairs: Sarah A. Burgard & Scott L. Greer (Public Health).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow, Nuffield College, University of Oxford (2017–2019).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of California, Riverside (2019–).
Lucie Kalousová’s website: https://www.luciekalousova.com/

 

Anh P. Nguyem
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2018)

Dissertation: "The Determinants and Consequences of Solitary Confinement: Risk Factor, Future Criminal Justice Involvement, and Mortality." Co-chairs: Jeffrey D. Morenoff & David J. Harding (University of California, Berkeley).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute for Health Research, Kaiser Permanente Colorado (2018–).

 

Richard M. Rodems
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Summer 2018)

Dissertation: "Hidden Hardship: Three Essays on Poverty and Material Welfare in the United States." Co-chairs: Fabian T. Pfeffer & H. Luke Schaefer (Social Work).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Poverty Solutions, University of Michigan (2018–).

 

Matthew B. Sullivan
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2018)

Dissertation: "The Expansion of Science Policy in the United States in Three Cases: rDNA Research, The Human Genome Project, and the National Nanotechnology Initiative." Co-chairs: Renee R. Anspach & Sandra R. Levitsky.
Initial placement: Lecturer and Director of the Sociology Opportunities for Undergraduate Leaders (SOUL) Program, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan (2018–).

 

Jessica P. Wiederspan
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Fall 2017)

Dissertation: "How Bad Does It Have to Get?' How the Ideology of the American Dream Persists in an Era of Economic Insecurity." Co-chairs: Alford A. Young, Jr. & Sandra K. Danziger (Social Work).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Reseacher, Basic Income Study, Y Combinator Research, San Francisco, CA (2018–).
Subsequent placement: Field Specialist, American Voices Project, Stanford University (2019–).

 

Elizabeth L. Young
(Ph.D., Sociology, Winter 2018)

Dissertation: "Guardians of Religion: Islam, Nation, and Democratization in Post-Revolution Tunisia." Chair: Geneviève Zubrzycki.
Initial placement: Research Director, British High Commission and Wasafiri Consulting (n.d.).
Subsequent placement: Research Consultant, Singel Consulting (n.d.).
Elizabeth L. Young’s website: http://www.elizabethyoung.net/

2016 - 2017 Graduates

Elizabeth Marie Armstrong
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Summer 2017)

Dissertation: " You Can't Just Get Up in the Morning and Do It': Bridging the Partner Violence and Substance Use Services Fields." Co-chairs: Elizabeth A. Armstrong & Beth Glover Reed (Social Work).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Maine (2017–).
Elizabeth Marie Armstrong’s website. https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/elimarie/

 

Jonathan S. Atwell
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2017)

Dissertation: "The Role of Niche Signals in Self-organization in Society." Co-chairs: Elizabeth E. Bruch & Mark S. Mizruchi.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute on Complex Systems, Northwestern University (2017–2019).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University (2019–).
Jonathan S. Atwell's website. https://atwel.github.io/

 

Denise E. Bailey
(Ph.D., Sociology, Winter 2017)

Dissertation: "Teaching Preschool is Hard: Embodiment, Ideology, Fallibility and Futurity." Chair: Karin A. Martin.
Initial placement: Staff Organizer, Graduate Employees Organization, AFT Michigan Local 3550, Ann Arbor, MI (2014–).

 

Patricia V. Chen
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2017)

Dissertation: "Talk of Rights: The Rise and Fall of Collective Bargaining in Southern China." Chair: Kiyoteru Tsutsui.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Fellow, Barger Leadership Institute, University of Michigan (2017–).
Patricia V. Chen’s website: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/pvchen/

 

Airan Liu
(Ph.D., Public Policy and Sociology, Winter 2017)

Dissertation: "Family SES, Non-cognitive Skills and Achievement Inequality in Children's Early Life." Co-chairs: Yu Xie & Mary E. Corcoran (Public Policy).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor, Center for Social Research, Peking University, Beijing, China (2017–).
Airan Liu’s website: https://airanliu.weebly.com/

 

Everett J. Peachey
(Ph.D., Public Policy and Sociology, Summer 2017)

Dissertation: "State Sponsored Political Socialization and Public Diplomacy Exchange Program Outcomes: The Case of the Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) Program." Co-chairs: Barbara A. Anderson & Philip B. K. Potter (University of Virginia).
Initial placement: Research Coordinator, Quality of Life Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Support Unit, Aga Khan Development Network, Geneva, Switzerland (2014–).

 

Sarah M. Seelye
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2017)

Dissertation: "Staying Put in Depopulated Neighborhoods: Evidence from a Mixed Methods Study." Co-chairs: Renee R. Anspach & Sarah A. Burgard.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan (2017–2018).
Subsequent placement: Research Health Scientist, Center for Clinical Management Research, Veterans' Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System, MI (2018–).

2015 - 2016 Graduates

Jay W. Borchert
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2016)

Dissertation: "Prisoners, Prison Executives, and Correctional Officers: Three Explorations into the US Prison Experience During the Era of Mass Incarceration." Co-chairs: Jeffrey D. Morenoff & David J. Harding (University of California, Berkeley).
Initial placement: Emerging Diversity Scholar, National Center for Institutional Diversity, University of Michigan (2016–).
Subsequent placement: Visiting Scholar and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, John Jay School of Criminal Justice, CUNY (2017–).
Jay W. Borchert’s website. https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/jayborchert/

 

José Henrique Bortoluci
(Ph.D., Sociology, Winter 2016)

Dissertation: "Architectures of the People: Material and Cultural Politics of Housing in São Paulo, 1950-1995." Chair: George Steinmetz.
Initial placement: Lecturer, Contemporary Brazilian History Research and Documentation Center (CPDOC), Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV), São Paulo, Brazil (2015–).

 

Mathieu Hikaru Desan
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2016)

Dissertation: "Order, Authority, Nation: Neo-Socialism and the Fascist Destiny of an Anti-Fascist Discourse." Chair: George Steinmetz.
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Colorado Boulder (2016–).
Mathieu Hikaru Desan’s website. https://www.mathieudesan.com/

 

Claire W. Herbert
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2016)

Dissertation: "Property Rights in the Context of Urban Decline: Informality, Temporality, and Inequality." Chair: Sandra R. Levitsky.
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Drexel University (2016–2019).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Oregon (2019–).
Claire W. Herbert’s website. https://claireherbertphd.com/

 

Daniel Hirschman
(Ph.D., Sociology, Fall 2015)

Dissertation: "Inventing the Economy: Or, How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the GDP." Chair: Greta R. Krippner.
Initial placement: Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan (2016).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Brown University (2016–).
Daniel Hirschman’s website. http://danhirschman.com/

 

Camilo Arturo Leslie
(Ph.D., Sociology, Fall 2015)

Dissertation: "Trustworthiness and Jurisdiction in the Stanford Financial Group Fraud." Co-chairs: Margaret R. Somers & George Steinmetz.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy, State University of New York at Buffalo (2015–2017).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Tulane University (2017–).

 

Erica C. Morrell
(Ph.D., Public Policy and Sociology, Summer 2016)

Dissertation: "Cultivating Local Food: Knowledge, Power, and (Trans)Formations in American Policy and Society." Co-chairs: Sandra R. Levitsky & Shobita Parthasarathy (Public Policy).
Initial placement: Mellon C3 Postdoctoral Fellow, Middlebury College (2016–2018).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, St. Lawrence University (2018–).
Erica C. Morrell’s website. https://www.ericamorrell.com/

 

Joshua Mound
(Ph.D., History and Sociology, Winter 2016)

Dissertation: "Inflated Hopes, Taxing Times: Fiscal Crisis, the Pocketbook Squeeze, and the Roots of the Tax Revolt." Co-chairs: Anthony S. Chen (Northwestern University) & Matthew D. Lassiter (History).
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Smith Institute for Political Economy, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (2016–2017).
Subsequent placement: Postdoctoral Fellow, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Virginia (2017–).
Joshua Mound’s website. https://josh-mound.squarespace.com/

 

Christopher E. Near
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2016)

Dissertation: "Bridging the Income-Parenting Gap: Three Papers on the Interrelationships of Household Income, Parenting Resources, and Child Outcomes." Co-chairs: Sarah A. Burgard & Yu Xie.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Policy Analysis, Cornell University (2016–2018).
Subsequent placement: Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Nebraska–Lincoln (2018–).

 

Karen A. Reardon
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2016)

Dissertation: "Examining the Critical Role of Social Capital in Entrepreneurship: A Qualitative Study of Emerging Nonprofit Organizations." Co-chairs: Renee R. Anspach & David J. Harding (University of California, Berkeley).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Management and Leadership, School of Business, La Salle University (2012–2018).
Subsequent placement: Associate Professor of Management and Leadership, School of Business, La Salle University (2018–).

 

J. Lotus Seeley
(Ph.D., Women’s Studies and Sociology, Winter 2016)

Dissertation: "Repairing Computers and (Re)producing Hierarchy: An Ethnography of Support Work and Status." Chair: Elizabeth A. Armstrong.
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Florida Atlantic University (2016–).

 

Maria V. Wathen
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Summer 2016)

Dissertation: "Civic Culture Frameworks, Volunteerism, NGOs, & Glocalization: Implications for Social Services in Russia." Co-chairs: Barbara A. Anderson & Mary C. Ruffolo (Social Work).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Social Work, Loyola University Chicago (2016–).

2014 - 2015 Graduates

Emily Adlin Bosk
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Winter 2015)

Dissertation: "All Unhappy Families: Standardization and Child Welfare Decision-Making." Co-chairs: Karin A. Martin & Mary C. Ruffolo (Social Work).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Social Work, Rutgers University (2015–).

 

Siwei Cheng
(Ph.D., Public Policy and Sociology, Summer 2015)

Dissertation: "Unequal Origins, Unequal Trajectories: Social Stratification over the Life Course." Co-chairs: Yu Xie & Mary E. Corcoran (Public Policy).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles (2015–2016).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, New York University (2016–).
Siwei Chang’s website. https://siweicheng.weebly.com

 

Sara E. Crider
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Summer 2015)

Dissertation: "Race is a Paradox: How Students Make Sense of Structure and Agency in Inter- and Intra-group Dialogue." Co-chairs: Mark A. Chesler & Michael S. Spencer (Social Work).
Initial placement: Lecturer, Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminology Department, Eastern Michigan University (n.d.).

 

Jonah Douglas-Siegel
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Fall 2014)

Dissertation: "Prisoner Reentry, Parole Violations, and the Persistence of the Surveillance State." Co-chairs: Jeffrey D. Morenoff & Sandra K. Danziger (Social Work).
Initial placement: Social Work Resident, University of Michigan and Michigan State Appellate Defender Office, Ann Arbor, MI (2014–2015).
Subsequent placement: Research Director, Michigan Indigent Defense Commission, Lansing, MI (2015–).

 

Alix Gould-Werth
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Winter 2015)

Dissertation: "Public Benefits and Private Safety Nets: Demographic Disparities in Resources Following Job Loss." Co-chairs: Sarah A. Burgard & H. Luke Shaefer (Social Work).
Initial placement: Researcher, Mathematica Policy Research, Washington, DC (2015–2018).
Subsequent placement: Director of Family Economic Security Policy, Washington Center for Equitable Growth, Washington, DC (2018–).
Alix Gould-Werth’s website: http://alixgouldwerth.com/

 

Jaclynn M. Hawkins
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Winter 2015)

Dissertation: "Social Determinants of Diabetes Self-Management and Health Care Use in African American and Latino Men with Type 2 Diabetes." Co-chairs: Sarah A. Burgard & Daphne C. Watkins (Social Work).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Social Work, Michigan State University (2015–2018).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Social Work, University of Michigan (2018–).

 

Katherine Y. Lin
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2015)

Dissertation: "Life's a Balancing Act: How men and women experience the work-home interface across the life course." Chair: Sarah A. Burgard.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Demography of Health and Aging (CDHA), University of Wisconsin-Madison (2015–2017).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Dartmouth College (2017–).
Katherine Y. Lin’s website: https://www.katherineylin.com/

 

Atef Said
(Ph.D., Sociology, Fall 2014)

Dissertation: "The Tahrir Effect: History, Space, and Protest in the Egyptian Revolution of 2011." Chair: George Steinmetz.
Initial placement: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago (2014–2017).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago (2017–).

 

Guillermo E. Sanhueza
(Ph.D., Social Work and Sociology, Fall 2014)

Dissertation: "Exploring correlates of Prison Violence in Chilean Prisions: Examining Nationwide, Administrative Data." Co-chairs: David J. Harding & Jorge Delva (Social Work).
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Social Work, Pontifical Catholic University, Santiago, Chile (2014–2015).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Social Work, San Sebastián University, Santiago, Chile (2016–).

 

Todd Schifeling
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2015)

Dissertation: "Differentiation in Markets: A Study of Social Structure and Cultural Change." Chair: Mark S. Mizruchi.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Dow Sustainability Fellow, Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, University of Michigan (2015–2017).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, Fox School of Business, Temple University (2017–).
Todd Schifeling’s website: http://www.toddschifeling.com/

 

 

Jamie L. Small
(Ph.D., Women’s Studies and Sociology, Summer 2015)

Dissertation: "Infamous Harm: Legal Renderings of Men, Vulnerability, and Sexual Violence." Chair: Elizabeth A. Armstrong.
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Dayton (2015–).

 

Claire Whitlinger
(Ph.D., Sociology, Summer 2015)

Dissertation: "The Transformative Capacity of Commemorating Violent Pasts: Examining the Commemoration of the “Mississippi Burning” Murders." Chair: Margaret R. Somers.
Initial placement: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Furman University (2015–).
Claire Whitlinger’s website: https://sites.google.com/site/clairewhitlingerphd/

 

 

Xiang Zhou
(Ph.D., Sociology and Statistics, Summer 2015)

Dissertation: "Three Papers on Economic Inequality and Social Mobility." Chair: Yu Xie.
Initial placement: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton University (2015–2016).
Subsequent placement: Assistant Professor of Government, Harvard University (2016–2019).
Current position: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Harvard University (2019–).
Xiang Zhou’s website: https://scholar.harvard.edu/xzhou/home

 

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