CSDE Welcomes Four External Affilliates!
Posted: 8/18/2022 (CSDE Research)
Throughout the year, CSDE reviews applications from demographers working at other universities, as well as those working in the private and public sectors. These affiliates are keen to engage with CSDE’s scholarly community. As external affiliates they are able to access our computing resources (including data and software) and online seminars or workshops, consults with our scientific staff, and collaborate easily with CSDE’s UW faculty on research projects. Non-UW demographers interested in affiliating with CSDE can click here to apply. We are excited to welcome four new external affiliates:
- Angela Bruns — Assistant Professor of Sociology & Criminology, Gonzaga University. Dr. Bruns’ research focuses on how families’ interactions with two social institutions—mass incarceration and the low-wage labor market—impact their health and economic well-being. She teaches courses on gender, family, mass incarceration, and social statistics.
- Taylor Danielson — Research Manager, Dept of Social and Health Services Research & Data Analysis Division, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.
- Ryan Gabriel — Assistant Professor of Sociology, Brigham Young University. Dr. Gabriel earned his PhD in Sociology at the University of Washington in 2016. His research interests include: urban sociology, residential segregation, residential mobility and neighborhood attainment, and legacies of racial violence.
- Michelle Lee — Assistant Professor of Strategy and Organizations, Smith School of Business, Queens University. Dr. Lee’s research involves studying top executives and CEOs of public companies and involves large panel datasets including data from the Census Bureau. Her dissertation research studies how the social class background of executives affects their promotion likelihood and career outcomes.