This biweekly* discussion group on Mondays brings together Cornell faculty and graduate students from around campus to discuss and improve their in-progress research. Lunch will be provided.
11:45 am-1:00 pm
Uris Hall 360 (CSI Conference Room)
Interested in presenting? Contact us!
Christopher Wildeman (Associate Professor, Policy Analysis and Management)
The Long-Term Consequences of Solitary Confinement
Kim Weeden (Jan Rock Zubrow ’77 Professor of the Social Sciences; Chair, Sociology; Director, Center for the Study of Inequality)
The New Geography of Expectations: Spatial Variation in Young Men and Women’s Occupational Plans
Kelly Musick (Professor, Policy Analysis and Management) and Meg Bea (PhD Student, Sociology)
Cross-National Comparisons of His and Her Work and Earnings Following Parenthood
Steven Alvarado (Assistant Professor, Sociology)
The Effect of Childhood Neighborhood Disadvantage on Criminal Justice Contact in Adulthood
Mariana Amorim (PhD Student, Policy Analysis and Management)
Blessing or Burden? Grandparental Co-Residence and Disparities in Child-Related Investments
Rediet Abebe (PhD Student, Computer Science)
Computational Perspectives on Fairness
Mauricio Bucca (PhD Student, Sociology) and Mario Molina (PhD Student, Sociology)
Unequal Opportunities and Unequal Outcomes: An Online Experiment on Perceptions about Inequality
Sharon Sassler (Professor, Policy Analysis and Management)
Fatherhood & The Progression of Romantic Relationships
*In most cases, we meet biweekly. However, due to scheduling conflicts with the University, this is not always the case.